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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 »
Fiber Makers Offer Sustainable Solutions
By Tim Wright, Editor
Published June 12, 2013
Fiber innovation is tied closely with consumer trends and new product developments. Read More »
Nonwoven Fibers: Flexing with Innovation
By Karen Bitz McIntyre, Editor
Published June 6, 2012
In the face of pricing sensitivity, producers are using fibers to lead the nonwovens market into new territories. Read More »
By Phillip Mango, President of Phillip Mango Consulting
Published May 16, 2012
Mango identifies top dipersible nonwovens in the wipes market. Read More »
Published April 24, 2012
Investment will target southeast Asia, India and the Middle East. Read More »
Published April 12, 2011
Argentinean textile maker will target hygiene uses. Read More »
By John Xuan, Yacheng Textile College, YCTEX IMP & EXP Co., LTD
Published April 7, 2011
Market is growing but continues to represent a small percentage of total production. Read More »
Published March 16, 2011
Techtextil North America will be held March 15-17, 2011 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, NV. Over 150 exhibitors will showcase their company’s capabilities to more than 2000 attendees.    The entire spectrum of tec… Read More »
Published February 1, 2010
Hills, Inc. offers proven, high-productivity extrusion machinery for making polymeric nanofibers in meltblown, spunbond, staple fiber and filament yarn formats. Since 1971, Hills has provided state-of-the-art fiber extrusion machinery and know-how to… Read More »
Synthetic Fiber Update
Published June 14, 2005
polyester, polypropylene, others positioned well for future growth Read More »