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Published March 12, 2014
Plan calls for lines in Poland, North Africa Read More »
PGI continues investment streak, buys Providencia
By Karen McIntyre, senior editor
Published January 30, 2014
PGI gains access to new lines in North and South America. Read More »
By Tim Wright
Published January 15, 2014
World demand to rise 5.3% annually through 2017. Read More »
Trends and Developments in the Baby Diaper Market
By Pricie Hanna, Contributing Writer
Published January 6, 2014
Diaper makers are implementing sophisticated marketing programs and aggressive expansion strategies. Read More »
The Year That Was 2011
Published December 2, 2011
New investments dominated the headlines but that wasn't the year's only story. Read More »
Fitesa
Published September 1, 2011
Simpsonville, SC www.fitesa.com 2011 Nonwovens Sales: $670 million Key Personnel: Silverio Baranzano, CEO, Hal Singley, CFO Plants: Gravatai, Brazil; Lima, Peru; Queretaro, Mexico; Simpsonville, SC; Green Bay, WI; Washougal, WA; Norrkopin… Read More »
Published April 4, 2005
Polymer Group Inc. will install spunmelt lines in the U.S. and China, reinforcing its position as a leading producer of the material in the world. The U.S. line, set to begin construction this month in Mooresville, NC, will meet customer demand withi… Read More »
Fibertex
Published January 1, 2003
Location: Aalborg Ost, Denmark Sales: $89 million Description: ´╗┐Key Personnel Knud Waede Hansen, managing director; Knud Erik Justesen, deputy managing director; Jesper Bech Masen, general manager, needlepunch division; Mikael Staal Axelsen, gene… Read More »
Technology Advances Open Up New Doors For Nonwovens In Medical Market
By Karen McIntyre, Senior Editor
Published August 14, 2014
Nonwovens continue to displace other materials globally. Read More »
Published February 27, 2014
Brazilian holding company Évora, owner of Fitesa, is investing in a $300 million capacity expansion involving its assets in nonwovens, aluminum cans and plastic closures, according to Valor Econômico. The investment will include upping F… Read More »