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  • Latin America Focus

    Latin America Focus

    Karen McIntyre, editor || April 13, 2016
    Investment continues in the region as disposables continue to take root with more consumers.

  • Spunmelt Investment Continues

    Spunmelt Investment Continues

    Karen McIntyre, editor || February 5, 2015
    New lines keep coming as manufacturers look to gain a competitive edge with up-to-date technology.

  • PGI strikes deal to buy Fiberweb

    September 18, 2013
    Parties agree on cash offer to create nonwovens powerhouse.

  • Latin America leads the way

    Latin America leads the way

    Karen McIntyre, Editor || April 5, 2012
    Broad-based investment chases growth in diapers and other disposable goods as local manufacturers look to go global.

  • Fiberweb Board Approves Fitesa Joint Venture

    July 16, 2009
    Transaction will be complete by month's end.

  • Fiberweb, Fitesa Finalize JV

    June 26, 2009
    Combination of spunmelt assets creates Americas' No. 2 player.

  • Fitesa Expands Into North America

    April 7, 2008
    Brazilian company will add two lines in U.S.

  • Fitesa Makes Line Announcement

    April 24, 2007
    Brazilian nonwovens producer Fitesa announced at IDEA 2007 it would install a second Reicofil 4 line. The 4.2 meter line will be able to produce 15,000 metric tons of spunmelt nonwovens and will come onstream during the second half of next year. Acco…

  • Fitesa Announces New Line

    March 3, 2005
    Brazilian nonwovens producer Fitesa will invest in a new spunmelt line with capacity of 15,000 tons per year. The line will be installed in the company’s site in Gravataí, Brazil and is expected to start up in second half 2006. The line…

  • Fiberweb

    Fiberweb

    January 1, 2002
    Location: Nashville, TN Sales: $750 Million Description: Key Personnel Wayne Sanders, chairman and CEO; Thomas Falk, president and COO; Robert Abernathy, group president, Business to Business Sector; Sean Erwin, president, Nonwoven Fabrics Operatio…