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By Ringier Trade Group
Published October 6, 2014
The industrial textiles sector produces about $800 million per year, but the government hopes it will increase to $1.5 billion by the end of 2014 Read More »
By Carlos Batista, Text. Eng.
Geotextiles Market Report
By Karen McIntyre, Senior Editor
Published March 21, 2014
Nonwovens continue to find new uses across numerous platforms. Read More »
Techtextil North America
Published March 6, 2012
The technical textile and nonwovens industries will convene next month in Atlanta, GA for Techtextil North America. Read More »
Hassan Group
Published September 1, 2011
Istanbul, Turkey www.hassangroup.com 2011 Nonwovens Sales: $128 million Plants: Istanbul and Tekirdag, Turkey Processes: Web Forming Technologies: airlaid, carded, spunlaid; Bonding Technologies: needle punched, air-through bonded, calender bonded,… Read More »
By Dr. Dong Zhang, Textile Research Associate
Published March 20, 2008
The textile industry is one of the largest consumer-supported industries with significant impact on the worldwide economy. Advancements in applications of nonwovens technology to improve textile properties offer a great economic potential for the in… Read More »
By Seshadri Ramkumar and Arvind Purushothaman, Nonwovens Staff
Published February 6, 2008
India will defy the existing nonwovens growth theory and grow exponentially with rising income levels Read More »
HighTex Unites Technical Textiles In Turkey
Published February 5, 2008
November exhibition features more than 300 companies from 17 countries Read More »
By Seshadri Ramkumar, Texas Tech University
Published January 3, 2007
Cotton City in India Hosts First International Collaborative Conference Read More »
By Devaraj Parthasarathy, Nonwovens Staff
Published September 11, 2006
segment growth is estimated at 6% Read More »