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The Year That Was 2012
By Karen McIntyre, Editor
Published December 4, 2012
New investments, new business strategies dominated the headlines this year. Read More »
International Top Companies Report 2012
By Karen Bitz-McIntyre, Editor
Published September 12, 2012
An annual review of the leading nonwovens producers. Read More »
Published August 14, 2012
Higher volume growth in all regions drives top line results. Read More »
Published August 10, 2012
Higher selling prices offset $10 million sales reduction due to divestiture of King converting business and lower shipment volumes. Read More »
Techtextil North America 2012
By Nonwovens Industry Staff
Published June 6, 2012
Back to pre-recession levels, the industry is growing and moving forward. Read More »
ANEX heads to Korea for 2012
By Karen McIntyre, Editor
Published April 5, 2012
The Asian Nonwovens Exhibition will be held in Seoul, South Korea, for the first time ever, showcasing the robust growth for nonwovens. Read More »
PGI reveals strong fourth quarter, 2011 year-end results
By Sean Moloughney, Managing Editor
Published April 4, 2012
New lines and technology will support future focus in emerging market applications. 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 »
Japan’s Nonwovens Demand Is On The Rise
By Kin Ohmura, Far East Correspondent
Published March 12, 2013
Japan’s nonwovens demand has been on the rise after the effects of the worldwide recession. In 2008 nonwovens demand reached 381,641 tons, which then decreased to 340,260 tons in 2009 due to economic crisis. Afterwards, the market recovered to… Read More »
Published September 19, 2012
Price Hanna Consultants LLC offers assessment of supply/demand and manufacturing economics for spunbonded and spunmelt nonwoven polypropylene. Read More »