Nonwovens Industry
Welcome to Nonwovens Industry
FacebookRSSTwitterLinkedIn
Print

Search Results for 'battery separator'

Search For:
Refine by Dates:
From: To:
Past 7 Days        Past 30 Days
Refine By Content:

Search Results:

Published September 18, 2014
New levy to be effective November 17. Read More »
Published November 14, 2012
Executives will present during conference session of event. Read More »
Japan Vilene
Published September 11, 2012
Tokyo, Japan www.vilene.co.jp 2012 Nonwovens Sales: $209 million   Key Personnel: Toshio Yoshida, president; Yoshiaki Mizutani, managing director; Masahiro Kimura, director’ Tomo Kawamura, director   Plants: Shiga, Tokyo   Proces… Read More »
Emerging markets for nonwovens
By Karen McIntyre, Editor
Published April 5, 2012
Hundreds of applications open up new doors for nonwovens in never-before-penetrated markets. Read More »
Published March 6, 2012
Tapyrus, a Japanese meltblown maker, established a Thailand subsidiary near Bangkok late last year. The new company will start commercial production in spring of next year when it will help meet the needs of a customer who has expanded into Southeast… Read More »
Hollingsworth & Vose
Published September 1, 2011
East Walpole, MA www.hollingsworth-vose.com 2011 Nonwovens Sales: $300 million Key Personnel: Val Hollingsworth, president and CEO; David von Loesecke, vice president International; Mike Clark, president, High Efficiency and Specialty Filtratio… Read More »
Published June 7, 2011
Center will strengthen company's Asian presence. Read More »
Published February 8, 2011
Partnership with Nath to target engine filtration market. Read More »
Published June 17, 2010
H&V will rebuild production line at Winchcombe, UK site. Read More »
Hollingsworth & Vose
Published January 1, 2003
Location: East Walpole, MA Sales: $150 Million Description: Key Personnel Val Hollingsworth, president and CEO; Charles Miller, vice president and general manager, engine and industrial filtration; Kevin Porter, vice president and general manager,… Read More »