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By Kin Ohmura, Osaka Marketing
Published June 9, 2014
Electrospinning and meltblown are the top choices for making thin fiber nonwovens. Read More »
Published October 22, 2013
Ahlstrom has introduced Ahlstrom Flow2Save, a new media for high efficiency air (HEA) filtration applications at the Filtech exhibition in Germany. The patent-pending filtration media is based on a gradient structure combining different advanced tech… Read More »
India Calling
By Karen McIntryre, Senior Editor
Published August 7, 2013
Investment continues in India as the industry looks for the next hot growth area Read More »
Nanotechnology Brings New Opportunities to Industrial Nonwovens
By Colleen Walker, Ph.D., TAPPI
Published August 7, 2013
Predictions say that the global market for nanotechnology will be $48.9 billion in 2017. Read More »
Published July 16, 2012
Brand represents strength of product portfolio. Read More »
Lydall Inc
Published September 1, 2011
Manchester, CT www.lydall.com 2011 Nonwovens Sales: $134 million Key Personnel: W. Leslie Duffy, chairman of the board; Dale Barnhart, president and CEO; David Williams, president, Performance Materials Plants: Rochester, NH; Saint Rivalain, France… Read More »
Published December 3, 2010
H&V files suit alleging brand name infringement for Alphastar Read More »
Published November 17, 2006
Andrew Industries 2005 Sales: $96 million Plants South Carolina, Missouri, China, U.K. Processes Needlepunch, thermal bonded Brand names Southern Felt, Slater Felt, Bondex, Andres, Webron Marling Major Markets Filtration Manchester, U.K.… Read More »
Are We There Yet?
Published August 17, 2005
air laid manufacturers head toward a market break-through Read More »
Spunbonded and Meltblown Nonwovens
Published June 15, 2005
manufacturers continue to focus on these two markets, despite lower pricing and overcapacity issues Read More »