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  • Invista, Aurizon Team Up on Development Project

    September 1, 2015
    Companies hope to make stretch laminates using Aurizon’s ultrasonic bonding equipment and Invista’s stretch fibers.

  • Invista

    Mario Masciantonio, N.A. Business Manager || June 19, 2014

  • Invista expands Xpure polyester product range

    Tim Wright || December 2, 2013
    Invista has expanded its Xpure portfolio of polyester products made with a next generation catalyst system. Recent additions to this portfolio include the Xpure 7001 and 701K polyester copolymers. Xpure 7001 polyester is an amorphous resin while Xpu…

  • Invista unveils Coolmax Air fiber technology

    July 31, 2013
    Invista, one of the world’s largest producers of polymers and fibers and owner of apparel brands Lycra fiber and Coolmax fabric—is unveiling its newest product offering, Coolmax Air fiber technology, at Outdoor Retailer Summer Market bein…

  • Invista gains EIA approval for HMD plant in Shanghai

    January 7, 2013
    Production will commence in 2015.

  • Invista Offers PolyShield, OxyClear Resins

    December 1, 2010
    Invista, one of the worlds largest integrated polymer and fiber producers, is offering PolyShield resin, a monolayer PET barrier resin that meets the shelf life and barrier requirements of oxygen-sensitive food and beverages, including beer. Invista…

  • CEO of Invista

    July 26, 2007
    Jeff Gentry has been named CEO of Invista, a supplier of integrated fibers and polymers, which is a privately owned but independently managed subsidiary of Koch Industries, Inc. Mr. Gentry assumes this position in addition to his current role with In…

  • Three New Invista Board Members

    February 10, 2006
    As three Koch company executives accept roles at Georgia-Pacific Corporation and depart the Invista board of directors, three new Invista board members have been appointed. Jeff Gentry, president of Koch Mineral Services and Koch In­dustries, Inc…


    June 6, 2005
    SAP shortages, customer demands, pricing pressures make it difficult to do business in diapers