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By Giovanni Ujka, Commercial Director
New Life
By Karen McIntyre, Senior Editor
Published March 26, 2014
Nonwovens manufacturers keep trash out of landfills by using recycled material. Read More »
Published September 20, 2013
Autoneum has founded the company Summit & Autoneum Ltd. in Thailand together with automotive supplier Auto Interior Products. Summit & Autoneum combines Autoneum's technologies and global customer relationships with access to the partner&… Read More »
Published October 28, 2011
Freudenberg Texbond recycles more than one million plastic drink bottles per day in production of its nonwoven materials. Read More »
Silence Is Golden
Published April 7, 2011
quiet, please�nonwovens are concentrating on the acoustics market where they are gaining clout for their cost-effective performance at lower weights. Read More »
By Dr. Dong Zhang, Textile Research Associate
Published March 20, 2008
The textile industry is one of the largest consumer-supported industries with significant impact on the worldwide economy. Advancements in applications of nonwovens technology to improve textile properties offer a great economic potential for the in… Read More »
Strong & Steady
By Ellen Wuagneux, Associate Editor
Published April 12, 2007
roofing and construction markets see solid growth and promise potential for future expansion Read More »
Published August 29, 2005
Plans for a capacity increase are underway at Nihon Tokushu Toryo, a Japanese producer of nonwoven automotive soundproofing materials. The company now produces enough materials for 240,000 cars on a monthly basis and plans to increase its capacity to… Read More »
Life In The Fast Lane
Published August 17, 2005
strong market opportunities and innovative products push nonwovens into the winner’s circle in the automotive market Read More »