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Truetzschler Nonwovens GmbH (Fleissner)
By Marc Wolpers, Managing Director Sales
Truetzschler Nonwovens manufactures machines and systems for the production of nonwovens products. From razor-thin hygienic web all the way to thick noise-absorbent mats. The only company that offers technology within web bonding processes—hydr… Read More »
Published March 6, 2012
Japan’s Havix Corporation is increasing its thermal bond capacity to 4800 tons per year. The new equipment, which will add 1200 tons capacity, should begin operation in October 2012. According to Nonwovens Industry Far East correspondent Kin Oh… Read More »
Published February 14, 2012
meets demand for adult diapers Read More »
Published September 11, 2006
Albis Roasio, Italy albisnw.com $79 million (€63 million) Key Contacts Gianni Boscolo, president; Carlo Soave, CEO; Pietro Landone, commercial director Plants Roasio, Italy; Aschersleben, Germany, Cincinnati, OH Processes Carded thermal… Read More »
Published October 3, 2005
This complete line for thermal bonded airlaid felts is composed of the LaRoche Airlay feeding the new Strahm HiPer Therm oven. The line includes slitting, winding, stacking, packing and powder scattering equipment. With a weight range from 300 to 400… Read More »
By Alistair Deas, Vice President of Sales
Brückner Textile Technologies
By Stefan Mueller, Sales Manager
Brückner is a leading supplier of innovative solutions for treating and bonding of nonwoven webs. Building on years of succes in textiles, Brückner has introduced to the nonwoven industry flat and vertical dryers, multi-pass dryers, airlaid… Read More »
By Scott Foster, Sales Director
By Mr Teo Teck Sun, General Manager (Operations)
By Jim Liaskos, Managing Director