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Published October 17, 2014
Site will make Sustain glass nonwovens Read More »
Published October 24, 2013
Owens Corning says it plans to establish a new manufacturing operation in North Carolina to expand its glass nonwovens business in North America. The company will invest more than $120 million in the NC Certified Gastonia Technology Park. Owens Corn… Read More »
Published June 20, 2013
Final site for $130 million investment to be announced shortly. Read More »
Published March 26, 2009
Pre-filled nonwoven glass veil reduces plastisol use by up to 30%. Read More »
Published February 14, 2007
TenCate Geosynthetics North America, Pendergrass, GA, has entered into an exclusive partnership with Toledo, OH-based Owens Corning whereby TenCate will sell, market and distribute Owens Corning’s TruPave Engineered Paving Mat in North America.… Read More »
Published September 7, 2006
Owens-Corning Aiken, SC www.owenscorning.com $202 million Key Personnel   North & South America:  Boudewijn Morelissen – General Manager, Europe & Asia-Pacific:    Steven Vermeulen – General Manager… Read More »
Owens-Corning
Published January 1, 2005
Location: Aiken, SC Sales: $191 Million Description: Key Personnel   North & South America: Boudewijn Morelissen—General Manager; Europe & Asia-Pacific:  Steven Vermeulen—General Manager Plants Aiken, SC; Ft.… Read More »
Construction Market Report
By Karen McIntyre, Senior Editor
Published March 26, 2014
Nonwovens manufacturers continue to build their businesses with construction. Read More »
Nonwovens for Roofing & Construction In Demand
By Tim Wright, Editor
Published April 17, 2013
As construction activity heats up in the U.S., opportunities abound for nonwovens producers that sell into these markets. Read More »
Coming Home
Published March 16, 2011
Impending flammability rules for upholstered furniture and top of bed may fire up opportunities for nonwovens suppliers. Read More »