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Industrial Nonwovens Report
By Tim Wright, editor
Published October 9, 2013
EPA’s “wiper rule” offers opportunity for nonwoven industrial wipes. Read More »
Published November 14, 2012
Executives will present during conference session of event. 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 »
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 »
Published September 28, 2006
Hollingsworth & Vose, East Walpole, MA, plans to install a wetlaid microglass manufacturing line at its Suzhou, China facility to serve filtration and battery separator markets. This investment is part of H&V's Asia Pacific strategy announced… Read More »
A Glass Act
Published August 17, 2005
with years of history behind it, glass is looking to find new markets, compete with synthetics and beat its lingering bad reputation Read More »
By Jessica Franken, Director of Government Affairs & Dawnee Giammittorio, Associate Director of Government Affairs, INDA, Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry
Published October 8, 2012
New fuel economy standards could create nonwovens opportunities. Read More »
Welspun: An Ongoing Story of Growth
Published September 12, 2012
Welspun India Limited Advanced Textiles Division Welspun House, Kamala City Lower Parel (W), Mumbai 400013, India +91-22-66136935 milind_hardikar@welspun.com www.welspun.com             … Read More »