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Published April 27, 2015
Opening of Application & Research Centre for Spinning Technology concludes Rieter’s Chinese expansion. Read More »
Published March 27, 2014
UK-based Technical Fibre Products Ltd., a manufacturer of advanced nonwoven materials, has made organizational changes at their U.S.-based operations—Technical Fibre Products Inc. and Electro Fiber Technologies LLC. At Technical Fibre Products… Read More »
Avanti Manufacturing
Published January 6, 2014
“Moving ahead” with custom engineered nonwovens. Read More »
Nonwovens Offer Win-Win Solutions for Car Makers
By Karen McIntyre, Editor
Published December 4, 2012
Lower costs, lighter weights give nonwovens a clear advantage in today’s automotives market. Read More »
Ahlstrom
Published September 10, 2012
Helsinki, Finland www.ahlstrom 2012 Nonwovens Sales: $1.3 billion   Key Personnel: Jan Lang, president and CEO; Fulvio Capussotti, executive vice president, advanced fi ltration; Jari Koikkalainen, executive vice president, transportation fi ltr… Read More »
Nano-Nonwovens Cross Hurdles, Find New Applications
By Karen Bitz McIntyre, Editor
Published August 6, 2012
Manufacturers are navigating their way around obstacles when using small fibers in nonwovens. 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 »
Flame Retardants: Bedding and Beyond
By Karen McIntyre, Editor
Published March 6, 2012
as the industry waits for extensions on antiflammability regulations in the bedding and furniture industries, new products roll out to make nonwovens Read More »
By Carlos Richer, Contributor
Published February 24, 2012
Richer discusses problems in the institutional market. Read More »
Published February 10, 2006
Main features are the use of cold air at moderate pressure with robust equipment to produce fine filaments. The process is based on a different mechanism producing fine and finest filaments: one melt monofil splits up into a number (normally around 5… Read More »