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Published March 20, 2014
The board of viscose staple fiber maker Sateri announced that as of March 18, 2014, Tey Wei Lin, an executive director and the acting CEO, will be appointed as the CEO of the company. Tey will remain a member of each of the Remuneration Committee, th… Read More »
Published August 28, 2013
Arsenal Capital Partners, a New York-based private equity firm that invests in middle-market specialty industrial and healthcare companies, has acquired International Fiber Corporation (IFC), a supplier of celluloseā€based insoluble fiber products f… Read More »
Published July 31, 2013
Invista, one of the world’s largest producers of polymers and fibers and owner of apparel brands Lycra fiber and Coolmax fabric—is unveiling its newest product offering, Coolmax Air fiber technology, at Outdoor Retailer Summer Market bein… Read More »
Published May 1, 2013
New fiber offers discrete incontinence solutions. Read More »
Published December 10, 2012
Verdezyne to supply bio-based adipic acid for production of nylon 6,6 fibers. Read More »
Published October 3, 2012
The R&D team of the Bavarian viscose specialities manufacturer Kelheim Fibres has developed a new viscose fiber named Umberto. By tuning a multitude of parameters during the spinning process, Kelheim’s R&D has created a fiber with varyi… Read More »
Published August 20, 2012
Increase of $.03 per pound due to upward pressure on price of raw materials. Read More »
By Steve Katz
Published February 29, 2012
Wipes makers have recycled fibers at their disposal for manufacturing, with perhaps more on the way. Read More »
Published April 12, 2011
Argentinean textile maker will target hygiene uses. Read More »
Fiber Technology Slowly Evolved
Published June 1, 2005
rising costs are making material alternatives attractive Read More »