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Published November 3, 2010
Entire product life cycled designed to reduce environmental impacts. Read More »
Published October 5, 2010
Investment will enable mill to increase recycled fiber in Kleenex and Scott brands. Read More »
Published March 1, 2010
Croda Europe is offering Cirrasol PP842A, a highly durable hydrophilic fiber finish, particularly well suited for polyolefin nonwovens. In applications where rapid and repeated transfer of water or other aqueous liquids through the fabric is needed,… Read More »
Published November 1, 2009
Fiber Dynamics has named John Field vice president of its Meltblown division. Mr. Field has over 25 years of meltblown industry experience, including indepth knowledge in filtration, facemask, and vacuum bag applications.… Read More »
By Karen McIntyre
Published June 10, 2009
It seems the two biggest concerns facing nonwovens producers today are how to make a product with a lesser environmental footprint and how to make their nonwovens at a lower cost. The solution to both of these challenges hinges to some degree on the… Read More »
Published July 8, 2008
nonwoven lines to fuel contract manufacturing. Read More »
Published November 1, 2007
DAK Americas will increase prices for all polyester staple fiber products. Read More »
Published May 1, 2007
Polyester made from 100% recycled plasti bottles. Read More »
Published March 10, 2005
Performance Fibers, a leading global supplier of industrial fibers, today announced that it will build a second polyester fiber and fabric plant in Kaiping, China to meet demand from region's growing automotive market. The new plant will again double… 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 »