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Published May 2, 2013
Wacker Chemie AG officially ramped up its new production plant for vinyl acetate-ethylene copolymer (VAE) dispersions at its Nanjing site (Jiangsu province, China). With the additional 60,000 metric tons from the second reactor line, the local VAE di… Read More »
Published April 10, 2013
Wacker Polymers is raising prices for Vinnapas vinyl acetate-ethylene and Vinnol ethylene-vinyl chloride-based copolymer dispersions in the Americas. Effective May 1, 2013, Wacker will implement a price increase of $0.03 per wet pound, or as customer… Read More »
Published October 22, 2009
Wacker's new technical center opens in the U.S. for Polymer applications. Read More »
Published July 21, 2009
Allentown facility will house research, marketing, sales and business functions. Read More »
Published July 17, 2013
BiCo-based line will expand group's range in filtration applications. Read More »
Andritz opens spunlace technical center
Published March 13, 2013
New facility features latest innovations on market. Read More »
U.S. demand for nonwovens to exceed $7 billion in 2016
Published February 6, 2013
Demand for nonwovens is forecast to rise 5.7% per year to $7.1 billion in 2016, benefiting from an acceleration in area demand and an increase in the average price that stems in part from a shift in the product mix toward higher value nonwovens. The… Read More »
Published January 23, 2013
As a result of continued growth in its nonwovens department, Kasbar National Industries, Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of another key member to their team in a newly created position.  Scott Mauney is joining Kasbar National as Direct… Read More »
Succeeding in New Nonwovens Markets
By George Kellie, Chief Executive of Kellie Solutions Group
Published July 9, 2012
Why nonwovens are able to develop new markets at a time of economic difficulty. Read More »