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Tenowo embarking on global investment plan
Published April 24, 2014
Improvements planned for U.S., Germany; new site under construction in China Read More »
The Spunlace Market: A search for new opportunities
By Karen McIntyre, Senior Editor
Published March 21, 2014
Wipes continue to dominate but new market development is the focus. Read More »
Published January 14, 2013
$7.6 million investment will target growth in automotives. Read More »
By Tim Wright
Published January 14, 2014
Goulston Technologies Inc., Monroe, NC, a formulator and manufacturer of spin finishes and other specialty chemicals for man-made fiber, nonwovens and downstream production, and a wholly owned subsidiary of Japan-based Takemoto Oil & Fat Co. Ltd.… 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 »
Published October 7, 2013
Custom Nonwoven, Inc., has unveiled plans to locate a new manufacturing facility in Thomasville, NC. The company will create 72 jobs and invest more than $12.8 million over the next three years in the project. The announcement was made by North Caro… Read More »
Spunlace Directory
Published March 11, 2013
A listing of spunlace manufacturers and their plant locations. Read More »
By Sandra Levy , Associate Editor
Published December 7, 2010
the use of nonwovens is accelerating in the automotive industry, thanks to attributes such as lower weights, flexibility, the ability to absorb noise and improved aesthetics 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 »
SPUNLACE: MARKET ON THE MOVE
Published June 1, 2005
manufacturers scramble to take advantage of wipes market growth, but can it last? Read More »