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  • Kimberly-Clark Expands RightCycle Program

    June 9, 2016
    Customers can recycle gloves, apparel and 100% polypropylene wipers

  • RKW Expands Unseberg Site

    June 1, 2016
    RKW is expanding its site in Unseburg, Germany, through a €1 million investment. The company plans to add silos for raw material storage as well as a blown film line, which will allow the site, located in the Saxony-Anhalt region, to manufacture…

  • Spunmelt Nonwovens—Lines Keep Coming

    Spunmelt Nonwovens—Lines Keep Coming

    Karen McIntyre, editor || February 2, 2016
    Spunmelt capacity investment has not slowed. As recently as last month, new lines have been announced and currently there are at least 13 new lines, many of which will add nearly 20,000 tons of capacity, either starting up or under construction aroun…

  • Nonwovens Come FULL CIRCLE

    Nonwovens Come FULL CIRCLE

    Tara Olivo, associate editor || April 7, 2015
    Eco-conscious companies recycle used products, scrap to reduce landfill waste.

  • Alexium advances on Nycolon, proceeds with production trials

    September 20, 2013
    Production trials are commencing on Alexium International’s Nycolon FR treatments for a variety of synthetic-cellulosic blend fabrics. The transition to production trials marks a key development stage for Nycolon FR treatment on a much larger s…

  • Lenzing fights price pressure

    September 3, 2013
    Viscose fiber leader reports first half results.

  • Lenzing announces large-scale investment

    February 14, 2013
    New line will add specialty fiber production to Lenzing HQ

  • Spunmelt changes the map

    Spunmelt changes the map

    Karen McIntyre, Editor || February 28, 2012
    New investment spans the globe as nonwovens industry prepares for hundreds of thousands of tons of new capacity to reshape the spunmelt market

  • Lenzing and Zimmer Conclude Licensing Agreement

    November 29, 2005
    Lenzing and Zimmer AG, an enterprise of the GEA Group, have concluded a licensing agreement on the extended application of lyocell fiber technology, amicably bringing an end to previous differences concerning patent issues. Zimmer AG may use some Len…