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  • Meltblown Nonwovens Report

    Meltblown Nonwovens Report

    Karen McIntyre, Editor || November 7, 2016
    Diverse technology offers opportunities in a range of markets.

  • Avintiv (formerly PGI)

    Avintiv (formerly PGI)

    September 9, 2014
    Key Personnel J. Joel Hackney, Jr.; president, CEO and director; Dennis Norman, executive vice president and CFO; Robert Dale, president, APAC and global healthcare; Jean-Marc Galvez, president, EMEA and global building and geosynthetics; Scott Trac…

  • Noam Urim

    Noam Urim

    Tim Wright, editor || May 12, 2014
    Noam Urim Enterprises Ltd. Kibbutz Urim M.P. Negev 85530, Israel Phone: +972.8.992.0114 Fax: +972.8.992.0164 Email: orlyp@noam.urim.org.il Web: www.noam-urim.com Founded in 1976, Noam Urim is an Israeli-based manufacturer of needle-punched nonwoven…

  • Nanotechnology Brings New Opportunities to Industrial Nonwovens

    Nanotechnology Brings New Opportunities to Industrial Nonwovens

    Colleen Walker, Ph.D., TAPPI || August 7, 2013
    Predictions say that the global market for nanotechnology will be $48.9 billion in 2017.

  • Lydall

    September 11, 2006
    Lydall Manchester, CT www.lydall.com $113 million Key Personnel W. Leslie Duffy, chairman of the board, David Freeman, president and CEO; Thomas Smith, vice president, chief financial officer, and treasurer; Mona Estey, vice president—human…

  • Sandler

    September 11, 2006
    Sandler Schwarzenbach/Saale, Germany www.sandler.com $145 million (€113 million) Key Personnel Dipl. Kfm. Christian Heinrich Sandler, Dr. Christian Heinrich Sandler, Dieter Magiera, members of the management board Plant Schwarzenbach/Saale…

  • The Filtration Evolution

    The Filtration Evolution

    November 15, 2005
    growth continues as this highly technical nonwovens sector faces new demands and challenges

  • Nonwovens In Filtration

    August 17, 2005
    government regulations and consumer requirements drive growth