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Published July 29, 2013
Rex-Cut Abrasives has introduced a line of cotton fiber abrasive wheels for removing rust, corrosion, and thread-lock from pipe threads during oil field inspections and process maintenance, as well as deburring manufactured pipe and tubing. Rex-Cut… Read More »
Published November 9, 2012
Ongoing collaboration with World Wildlife Fund helps enable new level of commitment to forest certification. Read More »
Published January 31, 2011
Wanji Group will add new line late this eyar. Read More »
Published December 15, 2010
Lenzing’s expansion includes construction of the first industrial-scale production plant. Read More »
Published June 6, 2008
NatureWorks LLC confirms DS Fibers as latest licensee. Read More »
Published May 23, 2007
David MacMahon, long-time president and CEO of Formed Fiber Tech­nologies, Auburn, ME, retired last month. Mr. MacMahon will become vice chairman of the FFT board of directors, focusing on strategic issues. Mark Bennett will succeed Mr. MacM… Read More »
Published October 13, 2006
Nordson Corporation has sold its Fiber Systems Group to Saurer Ltd.’s business unit, Neumag, which offers a wide range of turnkey systems for the production of nonwovens. Terms of the purchase were not disclosed.  Based in Dawsonville, GA,… Read More »
By Peter Mayberry and Jessica Franken
Published September 11, 2006
domestic manufacturers accuse China of "dumping" Read More »
Published October 3, 2005
Rhodia Polyamide has introduced new Polyphenylene Sulfide (PPS) staple fibers based on Ticona's Fortron PPS polymer. Polyphenylene Sulfide (PPS) is a high-temperature resin that offers an excellent combination of thermal, mechanical and chemical resi… Read More »
Published February 1, 2005
FiberVisions has launched a new functional fiber under the FiberVisions HY-Entangle WA name. The new fiber marks a considerable expansion of the application area of polypropylene fibers within the spunlace area because the new fiber will be able to c… Read More »