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Published September 19, 2012
Price Hanna Consultants LLC offers assessment of supply/demand and manufacturing economics for spunbonded and spunmelt nonwoven polypropylene. Read More »
Chinese Nonwovens Investment Continues
By Karen McIntyre, senior editor
Published October 9, 2013
Companies continue to announce new lines to follow growth in the hygiene market. Read More »
Pegas Nonwovens
Published September 10, 2013
Znojmo, Czech Republic www.pegas.cz 2013 Nonwoven Sales: $269 million Key Personnel Frantisek Rezac, CEO; Frantisek Klaska, CTO; Marian Rasik, CFO Plants Znojmo and Bucovice in Czech Republic; Egypt Processes Spunbond, meltblown, SMS, b… Read More »
World demand for disposable medical supplies to reach $198 billion in 2016
Published November 6, 2012
BRIC countries will drive growth. Read More »
Pegas A/S
Published September 11, 2012
Znojmo, Czech Republic www.pegas.cz 2012 Nonwoven Sales: $248 million   Key Personnel: Frantisek Rezac, CEO; Frantisek Klaska, technical director; Marian Rasik, CFO   Plants: Znojmo and Bucovice in Czech Republic; Egypt   Processes: Sp… Read More »
Published April 9, 2012
Market to approach $46.7 billion by 2016. Read More »
The Year That Was 2011
Published December 2, 2011
New investments dominated the headlines but that wasn't the year's only story. Read More »
The Spunmelt Market Takes Shape
By Karen McIntyre, Senior Editor
Published February 18, 2014
The days of rapid investment are drawing to a close as the spunmelt market moves into the installation phase. Read More »
Report: U.S. Nonwovens Fabric Demand
By Corinne Gangloff, Freedonia Group
Published March 11, 2013
The U.S. will remain a large market for various consumer products due to favorable demographics, and manufacturing of these products will likely remain near the point of demand. Read More »