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Published July 26, 2012
Company will go private when transaction finalized by the first quarter of 2013. Read More »
Published March 6, 2012
Winner Medical Group Inc. a leading China-based exporter and retailer of high-quality medical dressings and consumer products made from 100% cotton, reported increased by 22.6% to $41.3 million from $33.7 million during the first quarter. Gross profi… Read More »
Published August 22, 2011
Recognizes use of US-grown cotton in disposables and nonwovens. Read More »
Published August 31, 2009
Fourth line will help meet increased demand for PurCotton. Read More »
Published March 12, 2007
Winner Medical Group’s operating subsidiary Winner Medical Group Ltd. (WMG) was incorporated in 1991 and is one of the largest medical disposable product manufacturers in China. Read More »
Published January 29, 2007
Shenzhen, China-based Winner Medical Group Inc. has begun production of PurCotton, its new cotton nonwoven material and expects to ship the first order by the end of January. The first order—jumbo rolls of raw PurCotton material—was recei… Read More »
Published July 17, 2014
JV will be operational in 1Q 2015. Read More »
INDA earns EPA award
Published May 6, 2014
Campaign cuts clogging from non-flushable materials in Maine’s wastewater by 50% according to initial post study. Read More »
Published October 24, 2013
Owens Corning says it plans to establish a new manufacturing operation in North Carolina to expand its glass nonwovens business in North America. The company will invest more than $120 million in the NC Certified Gastonia Technology Park. Owens Corn… Read More »
Published September 13, 2013
Bonar has introduced the latest Colback innovation—Colback ProFloor. It uses bicomponent fiber technology for producing a primary backing material with improved stitch holding for tufted commercial carpets. The same fiber technology, combined w… Read More »