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Sandler
Published September 10, 2013
Schwarzenbach/Saale, Germany www.sandler.de 2013 Nonwovens Sales: $367 million   Key Personnel Christian Heinrich Sandler, CEO; Wolfgang Höflich and Ulrich Hornfeck, members of the management board   Plants Schwarze… Read More »
Published November 26, 2012
New technology will target high efficiency filter applications Read More »
By Karen McIntyre, Associate Editor
Published August 12, 2010
The wipes boom might have ended, but the spunlace market continues to thrive Read More »
Published September 11, 2006
Sandler Schwarzenbach/Saale, Germany www.sandler.com $145 million (€113 million) Key Personnel Dipl. Kfm. Christian Heinrich Sandler, Dr. Christian Heinrich Sandler, Dieter Magiera, members of the management board Plant Schwarzenbach/Saale… Read More »
Household Wipes: Searching For The Next Swiffer
By Karen McIntyre, Editor
Published February 12, 2007
growth slows as the market awaits its next blockbuster Read More »
Heading Down the Highway
Published August 17, 2005
a look at nonwovens’ role in transportation Read More »
2013 IDEA Show Review
Published June 12, 2013
IDEA13 International Engineered Fabrics Conference and Exposition featured a record number of exhibitors and attendees. Read More »
Drive On with Nonwovens
By Karen McIntyre, Editor
Published December 2, 2011
Technology advances and changing customer needs open up new pathways for nonwovens in the automotives industry. Read More »
Highlights from Techtextil
By Helena Enqvist, Contributor
Published July 5, 2011
Nonwovens innovation shines in Frankfurt Read More »
By Sandra Levy , Associate Editor
Published May 4, 2011
Techtextil 2011 will be held May 24-26 in Frankfurt, Germany. About 200 exhibitors from 45 countries will showcase their company’s capabilities to more than 24,000 trade visitors from 85 countries. Industry, research, retail and wholesale will… Read More »