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  • GLATFELTER Composite Fibers Business Unit

    GLATFELTER Composite Fibers Business Unit

    Stefanie Orth || July 22, 2015

  • Raw Materials Round Up

    Raw Materials Round Up

    Karen McIntyre, editor || June 8, 2015
    Suppliers create additives, preservatives and other specialties to help nonwovens makers meet their goals.

  • Dresden acquisition pumps Glatfelter’s 2Q sales

    August 20, 2014
    Glatfelter’s three business segments—composite fibers, advanced airlay materials and specialty paper—reported sales of $445.3 million in the second quarter of 2014, a 4.5 percent increase compared with $426 million in the second qua…

  • P.H. Glatfelter

    P.H. Glatfelter

    September 10, 2013
    York, PA, U.S. 2013 Nonwovens Sales: $835 million (AMBU $268 million; CFBU $566 million) Key Personnel Dante Parrini, chairman and CEO; John Jacunski, executive vice president and CFO; Christopher Astley, senior vice preside…

  • Glatfelter reports strength in specialty papers

    December 6, 2012
    Glatfelter reported a 2.9% decrease in sales to $404,4 million during the third quarter of 2012. “Our third quarter results reflect solid performance from our Specialty Papers business which delivered top-line growth, again outperforming the br…

  • Airlaid Market Positioned for Progress

    Airlaid Market Positioned for Progress

    Sean Moloughney, Managing Editor || October 8, 2012
    Growing demand in the feminine hygiene sector and a strong sustainability story will help move the airlaid market forward.

  • Glatfelter


    September 10, 2012
    York, PA 2012 Nonwovens Sales: $683 million   Key Personnel:Dante C. Parrini, chairman and CEO; John P. Jacunski, senior vice president and CFO; Christopher W. Astley, vice president, corporate strategy; Jonathan A. Bourget, v…

  • Nonwovens In Food Packaging: It's A Wrap

    February 16, 2011
    Food industry has an appetite for airlaid when it comes to packaging and pads.

  • Airlaid At Bat

    Karen McIntyre, Editor || October 8, 2010
    slow and steady growth and cautious investment seems to be the trick for success in this nonwovens market