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By Amr Hanafy , Deputy G.M
By Tim Wright
Published December 3, 2013
A new report on the geotextiles market in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries says the geotextile market in these areas will experience positive growth as major construction activity in the region ramps up. Th… Read More »
International Top Companies Report 2013
By Karen Bitz-McIntyre, Contributing Editor
Published September 15, 2013
Expanding Our Scope 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 »
The Converter Roundup
By Steve Katz, Managing Editor
Published October 5, 2011
Converting companies are an integral of the nonwovens supply chain. For all of the advantages the industry’s products provide, a lot has to happen prior to their end use. Nonwovens need to be cut into a variety of shapes and sizes, scaled down… Read More »
Published December 22, 2008
United Bonded Fabrics (UBF) is an Australian company that can trace parts of its business back to the 1870s when the David Galt Company started manufacturing a range of felted textiles made from natural fibers in Melbourne, Australia. Read More »
NONWOVENS INDUSTRY is the only monthly trade magazine dedicated to the worldwide business of nonwovens. For more than 30 years, the magazine has tracked the growth of the nonwovens industry through years of changes, technology, evolution and market… Read More »
Published August 21, 2013
Will serve hygiene and medical markets from its base in Virginia. Read More »
Published April 5, 2012
Robert Spiller is responsible for all global operations. Read More »
Disposable Diapers Go Designer
By Karen Bitz McIntyre, Editor
Published January 3, 2012
Special prints attract consumers in the West while global manufacturers look to developing world markets to increase penetration. Read More »