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  • Mogul Nonwovens

    Mogul Nonwovens

    Cagdas Yaz, Sales Manager || June 8, 2016
    Mogul produces nonwoven and composite products from 3 locations in Turkey and 1 location in South Carolina, USA including: Spunlace (cross-lapped¶llel laid), PP Spunbond, PET Spunbond (Monopet, Bicomponent, Micro Splittable Bicomponent), Meltblo…

  • Drylock Technologies Focuses on Growth Strategy

    Drylock Technologies Focuses on Growth Strategy

    Tara Olivo, associate editor || July 10, 2015
    Fluffless diaper creator tweaks technology for baby diapers, enters inco market, and gets ready to open a third facility.

  • Dounor Nonwovens

    Dounor Nonwovens

    Hughes Cavrois, Sales Director || June 19, 2014

  • Hygiene Components: Balancing Performance with Cost

    Hygiene Components: Balancing Performance with Cost

    Karen McIntyre, Senior Editor || December 4, 2013
    Suppliers to the hygiene market respond to lower fluff levels and thinner cores.

  • Fibertex Nonwovens

    Fibertex Nonwovens

    September 11, 2012
    Aalborg, Denmark www.fibertex.com 2012 Nonwovens Sales: $161 million   Key Personnel: Jorgen Bech Madsen, CEO, Henrik Kjeldsen, CCO, Lars Bertelsen, COO, Henrik Eigenbrod, CFO, Keld Lauridsen, group R&D manager, Bjarne Knudsen, CEO, Czech Re…

  • Trends in Disposable Diaper Design

    Carlos Richer , Richer Investment || January 24, 2011
    Few products evolve as quickly as disposable diapers, especially in mature markets such as the U.S., Western Europe or Japan, where the diaper category is extremely competitive. The same trends, after some time lag, will reach all the developing mark…

  • High-Tech Hybrids

    High-Tech Hybrids

    Ellen Wuagneux, Associate Editor || August 17, 2006
    By whatever name you call them, composites are proving that innovative substrate and fiber combinations are an increasingly beneficial option for new product developers

  • Nonwovens In Filtration

    August 17, 2005
    government regulations and consumer requirements drive growth