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Published February 11, 2014
Hollingsworth & Vose is increasing prices by 3–5% on its battery, engine and high efficiency filtration glass and cellulose products due to rising fiber, resin and energy costs. The new media prices will affect shipments from March 17, 2014… Read More »
Published October 25, 2013
Hollingsworth & Vose plans to add NanoWave filtration media production capability in its plant in Hatzfeld, Germany to support the rapid growth in demand for high performance filter media. NanoWave, which won the IDEA13 Achievement Award for rol… Read More »
Published June 7, 2013
Hollingsworth & Vose, supplier of advanced materials for filtration, battery separator and industrial applications, will increase prices for its filtration media products utilized in the engine and transportation industries and other selected fil… Read More »
Published November 16, 2011
NanoWave pocket media and Inviscint hydraulic media expands already impressive range Read More »
Published December 3, 2010
H&V files suit alleging brand name infringement for Alphastar Read More »
Published February 4, 2010
Deal includes facilities, patents, copyrights. Read More »
Published January 1, 2008
Location: Walpole, MASales: $225 MillionDescription: Key Personnel Val Hollingsworth, president and CEO; David von Loesecke, vice president and general manager, engine and industrial filtration; Bob Schiller, vice president and general manage… Read More »
Published September 7, 2006
Hollingsworth & Vose Walpole, MA www.hollingsworth-vose.com $187 million Key Personnel Val Hollingsworth, president and CEO; David von Loesecke, vice president and general manager, engine and industrial filtration and high efficiency and… Read More »
Tr├╝tzschler celebrates 125th anniversary
Published October 10, 2013
On August 1, 1888, Paul Heinrich Trützschler registered a forge and metal working shop in Crimmitschau, Germany. From the start the business focused on service for textile companies. Though initially the emphasis was on repairs, in a few years t… Read More »