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  • The Best Of Both Worlds

    August 17, 2005
    composite structures combine multiple materials to create products with more function, better value and increased versatility

  • Look What Happened At INDEX 02

    August 17, 2005
    a review of the years largest nonwovens exposition

  • Techtextil North America Review

    August 17, 2005
    a look at what exhibitors brought to Atlanta last month

  • Spunbonded & Melt Blown Nonwovens

    August 17, 2005
    despite overcapacity issues and price pressures, these two technologies remain tops with producers

  • Techtextil Review

    August 17, 2005
    a look at what was on display at recent Frankfurt event

  • A Glass Act

    August 17, 2005
    with years of history behind it, glass is looking to find new markets, compete with synthetics and beat its lingering bad reputation

  • Something For Everyone

    August 17, 2005
    in the binders and additives market, customers are getting specific with their needs

  • Website Marketing: Pathway To The Future Or Necessary Evil?

    August 17, 2005
    Nonwovens Industrys first-ever review of the Web reveals how nonwovens companies stack up

  • Are We There Yet?

    August 17, 2005
    air laid manufacturers head toward a market break-through

  • Spunlaced Nonwovens

    August 17, 2005
    companies declare success in Europe and continue quest for markets

  • Prospects For The Nonwoven Products Business In North America

    August 17, 2005
    market growth on the order of 4% expected

  • fiberglass continues to hold its rightful place in nonwovens despite competition from synthetics

    Ellen Lees Wuagneux || August 17, 2005
    fiberglass continues to hold its rightful place in nonwovens despite competition from synthetics

  • Modified Bitumen Roofing Membrane With Enhanced Sealability

    August 2, 2005
    A roofing membrane was recently patented comprising an upper layer of modified bituminous material. The material is modified with a modifier selected from a group including: Atactic PolyPropylene (APP), Amorphous Poly Alpha Olefin (APOA), Thermoplast…

  • Techtextil Preview

    June 16, 2005
    a look at what companies will be showcasing at next month's event in Frankfurt, Germany

  • INDEX Draws Largest Crowd Ever

    June 16, 2005
    attendance tops 12,000

  • Building a brighter future

    June 16, 2005
    nonwovens meet the grade in roofing and construction markets where educated home buyers and builders are demanding higher performing products

  • Spunbonded and Meltblown Nonwovens

    June 15, 2005
    manufacturers continue to focus on these two markets, despite lower pricing and overcapacity issues

  • Taking Roofs To A Higher Level

    June 14, 2005
    nonwovens enhancements shape residential and commercial roofing markets

  • A Winning Combination

    June 14, 2005
    composites gain importance as the nonwovens industry looks for new technology

  • ROOFING AND CONSTRUCTION MARKET

    June 1, 2005
    housing styles fuel nonwovens growth

  • Spunmelt Nonwovens Roll On

    June 1, 2005
    industry deals with supply shortages, pricing pressures and looks to new applications

  • JM Responds to Roofing Demands

    January 11, 2005
    Johns Manville will build a new polyester spunbond production line in Bobingen, Germany. The line, which represents an investment of more than E30 million for the Berkshire Hathaway company, is part of a strategic plan to meet the rising demand for r…

  • Freudenberg Politex Enters Russia

    January 11, 2005
    The Freudenberg Politex Group is establishing a nonwovens production facility in Russia's Nizhniy Novgorod region. The newly formed subsidiary Freudenberg Politex OOO, founded in September 2004, will begin renovating a recently purchased building to…

  • Owens-Corning

    Owens-Corning

    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.…

  • Unitika

    Unitika

    January 1, 2005
    Location: Osaka, Japan Sales: $85 Million Description: Key Personnel Masaru Tsugawa, general manager, spunbond fabrics division; Hiroshi Kawasaki, general manager, spunbond fabrics sales Plants Okazaki and Tarui, Japan Processes Spunbo…

  • Toyobo

    Toyobo

    January 1, 2005
    Location: Osaka, Japan Sales: $145 million Description: Key Personnel Kazumasa Kayama, general manager, spunbond division of Toyobo; Yukio Kawasaki, president of Kureha Plants Tsuruga, Iwakuni and Shiga Processes Spunbond, needlepunch, resin b…

  • Bonar

    Bonar

    January 1, 2005
    (formerly Colbond) Location: Arnhem, The Netherlands Sales: $265 million Description: Colbond Inc. Enka, NC Key Personnel Jan van Boldrik, CEO; Axel Poscher, vice president; Bart Austin, president Colbond Inc.; Randy Cook, director sales and ma…

  • Johns Manville

    Johns Manville

    January 1, 2005
    Location: Denver, CO Sales: $525 million Description: Key Personnel Dion Persson, senior vice president, Engineered Products Group; Fred Stephan, VP/GM for High Performance Nonwovens; Zain Mahmood, VP/GM for Construction Materials and Systems; J…

  • PGI

    PGI

    January 1, 2005
    Location: N. Charleston, SC Sales: $845 million Description: Key Personnel James Schaeffer, chief executive officer; Willis (Billy) Moore, III, chief financial officer; Mike Hale, vice president & general manager—U.S. Nonwovens; Rolf A…

  • DuPont

    DuPont

    January 1, 2005
    Location: Wilmington, DE Sales: $1.25 billion Description: Key Personnel Mark Vergnano, vice president and general manager DuPont Nonwovens; Tom Schuler, global business director—Tyvek/Typar; Nigel Budden, global business director—So…

  • Unitika

    Unitika

    January 1, 2004
    Location: Osaka, Japan Sales: $80 Million Description: Key Personnel Yoshihiko Mineda, general manager, spunbond division; Noriyuki Kimura, general manager, spunlaced fabric sales Plants Okasaki and Tarui, Japan Processes Spunbond, spu…

  • Toyobo

    Toyobo

    January 1, 2004
    Location: Osaka, Japan Sales: $133 MILLION Description: Key Personnel Yukio Kawasaki, general manager, spunbond division of Toyobo; Hidemichi Mukunashi, managing director of Kureha Plants: Tsuruga, Iwakuni and Shiga Processes Spunbond, needlepunc…

  • Johns Manville

    Johns Manville

    January 1, 2004
    Location: Denver, CO Sales: $500 MILLION Description: Key Personnel Dion Persson, senior vice president, Engineered Products Group; Marvin Mitchell, VP for High Performance Nonwovens; Zain Mahmood, VP for Roofing Materials; Luc Mechelaere, VP of…

  • DuPont

    DuPont

    January 1, 2004
    Location: Wilmington, DE Sales: $1.2 BILLION Description: Key Personnel Mark Vergnano, vice president and general manager DuPont Nonwovens; Tom Schuler, global business director—Tyvek/Typar; Carl Lukach, global business director—Sont…

  • Freudenberg

    Freudenberg

    January 1, 2004
    Location: Weinheim, Germany Sales: $1.4 BILLION Description: Key Personnel Management Board: Stephan Tanda, president and CEO,  Christoph Josefiak, managing director of technical; Walter Schwarz, managing director, North America; Georg Brasch,…

  • Unitika

    Unitika

    January 1, 2003
    Location: Osaka, Japan Sales: $74 Million Description: Key Personnel Yoshihiko Mineda, managing director Plants Ikazaki, Tarui Processes Spunbonded, spunlaced Brand Names Marix, Eleves, Nyace, Wiwi, Alcima, Cottoace Major Mar…

  • Toyobo

    Toyobo

    January 1, 2003
    Location: Osaka, Japan Sales: $125 million Description: Key Personnel Yukio Kawasaki, general manager, spunbond division of Toyobo; Hidemichi Mukunashi, managing director of Kureha Plants Tsuruga, Iwakuni, Shiga Processes Spunbonded, needlepunche…

  • Bonar

    Bonar

    January 1, 2003
    (formerly Colbond) Location: The Netherlands Sales: $223 million Description: Key Personnel Jan van Boldrik, president; Axel Poscher, manager, geosynthetics Plants Emmen and Arnhem, The Netherlands; Obernburg, Germany; Asheville, NC ISO Status…

  • TWE Group (Lohman)

    TWE Group (Lohman)

    January 1, 2003
    Location: Dierdorf, Germany Sales: $92 million Description: Key Personnel Michael Haddon, managing director Plant Dierdorf Germany ISO Status ISO 9001 Processes Drylaid, chemical bonded, thermal bonded, needlepunched, air through bonded Bran…

  • Johns Manville

    Johns Manville

    January 1, 2003
    Location: Denver, CO Sales: $525 million Description: Key Personnel Chuck Griffith, senior vice president, engineered products Group; Marvin Mitchell, global leader for high performance nonwovens; Zain Mahmood, global leader for roofing material…

  • Fiberweb

    Fiberweb

    January 1, 2003
    Location: Nashville, TN Sales: $850 million Description: BBA Fiberweb–Americas Old Hickory, TN Telephone: 615-847-7000 Web: www.bbafiberweb.com Plants Bethune, SC; Green Bay, WI; Gray Court, SC; Griswoldville, MA; Queretaro, Mexico; Old Hick…

  • Freudenberg

    Freudenberg

    January 1, 2003
    Location: Weinheim, Germany Sales: $1.4 billion Description: Key Personnel Thomas Kehl, managing director, spokesman; Christoph Josefiak, managing director, technical; Walter Schwarz, managing director, North America; Andreas Kreuter and Gerhard…

  • Unitika

    Unitika

    January 1, 2002
    Location: Osaka, Japan Sales: $84 Million Description: Key Personnel Yoshihiko Mineda, managing director; Noriyuki Kimura, general manager, spunlaced fabrics sales Plants Okazaki, Tarui Processes Spunbond, spunlaced Brand Names Mar…

  • Toyobo

    Toyobo

    January 1, 2002
    Location: Osaka, Japan Sales: $141 Million Description: Key Personnel Yukio Kawasaki, general manager, spunbond division of Toyobo; Hidemichi Mukunashi, managing director of Kureha Plants Tsuruga, Iwakuni, Shiga Processes Spunbonded, needlepunche…

  • Bonar

    Bonar

    January 1, 2002
    (formerly Colbond) Location: The Netherlands Sales: $223 million Description: Key Personnel Jan van Boldrik, president; Franz Junkermann, vice president marketing and sales; Axel Poscher, manager geosynthetics Plants Emmen and Arnhem, The Netherla…

  • TWE Group (Lohman)

    TWE Group (Lohman)

    January 1, 2002
    Location: Dierdorf, Germany Sales: $89 million Description: Key Personnel Michael Haddon, managing director Plant Dierdorf, Germany ISO Status ISO 9001 Processes Dry laid, chemical bonded, thermal bonded, needlepunched, air through bonded Br…

  • Johns Manville

    Johns Manville

    January 1, 2002
    Location: Denver, CO Sales: $500 million Description: Personnel Steve Hochhauser, senior vice president, Engineered Products Group; Marvin Mitchell, vice president of Engineered Products Division; John Robertson, interim general manager of Filtrati…

  • Freudenberg

    Freudenberg

    January 1, 2002
    Location: Weinheim, Germany Sales: $1.4 Billion Description: Key Personnel Christoph Josefiak, managing director, spokesman; Arnold Weghmann, managing director, technical; Walter Schwarz, managing director, North America; Ludger Neuwinger-Heimes, m…

  • Coating Technology

    November 30, -0001
    Brückner Plant Technologies, Leonberg, Germany, is a supplier of systems for the finishing of technical textiles. The company is pioneering new technologies in both coating and nonwovens. In the textiles sector, Brückner cooperates closely…

  • Dow Reichhold Specialty Latex Strengthened Its Technical and Research Capabilities

    November 30, -0001
    Dow Reichhold Specialty Latex has strengthened its technical and research capabilities in the roofing materials market through a strategic new hire. James Chantler has joined Dow Reichhold as a research associate. Dr. Chantler has significant experie…