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Published December 6, 2012
Suominen Corporation generated net sales of €121.8 million ($154 million) in the third quarter making it the year’s strongest quarter. Operating profit before non-recurring items was €6.7 million ($8.5 million). This quarter was the m… Read More »
Published December 2, 2011
Jean-Marie Becker has been appointed the head of Suominen Nonwovens and a made member of the corporate executive team Read More »
Published November 23, 2011
Nina Kopola holds a Technology Licentiate degree, and has extensive experience in business analysis and marketing. Read More »
3M unveils Emphase AEX Hybrid Purifier
Published July 23, 2014
Designed to help biopharmaceutical manufacturers achieve high product purity. Read More »
Published November 25, 2013
World demand to rise 5.3% annually through 2017. Read More »
Published October 24, 2013
Global demand for nonwovens is forecast to rise 5.4% annually to 9.1 million metric tons in 2017, according to The Freedonia Group. Nonwovens demand in the developed areas of the world, including the U.S., Japan, and Western Europe, is projected to g… Read More »
Published May 23, 2013
Aimed at increasing productivity and efficiency. Read More »
U.S. demand for nonwovens to exceed $7 billion in 2016
Published February 6, 2013
Demand for nonwovens is forecast to rise 5.7% per year to $7.1 billion in 2016, benefiting from an acceleration in area demand and an increase in the average price that stems in part from a shift in the product mix toward higher value nonwovens. The… Read More »
Industrial Wipes Hang in the Balance
By Karen Bitz McIntyre, Editor
Published October 8, 2012
As manufacturers continue to wait for a ruling from the EPA, nonwovens wipes continue to compete. Read More »
Published February 14, 2011
Production capacity is 10,000 tons per year. Read More »