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  • Mogul Nonwovens

    Mogul Nonwovens

    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…

  • Chomarat Announces Distribution Agreement

    February 8, 2016
    Agreement with GMS Composites will strengthen Chomarat's position in Australia and New Zealand.

  • Carver Non-Woven Sets Up New Site

    November 23, 2015
    Invests $17 million to establish operations in Fremont, IN.

  • Evonik’s SAP: Keeping Food Fresh

    Evonik’s SAP: Keeping Food Fresh

    Tara Olivo, associate editor || October 6, 2015
    The specialty chemicals company is the sole global supplier of FDA-approved food-grade SAP for nonwovens.

  • Evonik Industries Increases SAP Capacity

    February 9, 2015
    Adds 40,000 metric tons per year

  • The Converter Roundup

    The Converter Roundup

    Steve Katz, Managing Editor || October 5, 2011
    Converting companies are an integral of the nonwovens supply chain. For all of the advantages the industry’s products provide, a lot has to happen prior to their end use. Nonwovens need to be cut into a variety of shapes and sizes, scaled down…

  • Propex Fabrics

    September 7, 2006
    Propex Fabrics Ringgold, GA www.propexfabrics.com $200 million Key Personnel Joe Dana, president and CEO; W. Michael Coffin, executive vice president and COO; Phil Barnes, vice president, CFO and treasurer; Lee McCarter, executive vice president…

  • BBA Fiberweb

    September 7, 2006
    BBA Fiberweb Old Hickory, TN www.bbafiberweb.com $1.1 billion (£619m) BBA Fiberweb - Industrial North America Old Hickory, TN BBA Fiberweb - Hygiene Americas Simpsonville, SC Plants Bethune, SC; Green Bay, WI; Gray Court, SC; Griswoldville,…

  • Nonwovens In Filtration

    August 17, 2005
    government regulations and consumer requirements drive growth