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  • Machinery & Equipment Review

    Machinery & Equipment Review

    Tim Wright, editor || August 14, 2014
    Major suppliers of nonwovens machinery offer new technological developments.

  • Custom Nonwoven to invest $12.8 million in North Carolina facility

    October 7, 2013
    Custom Nonwoven, Inc., has unveiled plans to locate a new manufacturing facility in Thomasville, NC. The company will create 72 jobs and invest more than $12.8 million over the next three years in the project. The announcement was made by North Caro…

  • Toyobo


    September 1, 2011
    Osaka, Japan 2011 Nonwovens Sales: $164 million Key Personnel: Shigeki Tanaka, general manager of spunbond division; Akio Oda, president Plants: Tsuruga, Iwakuni and Shiga, Japan Processes: Spunbond, needlepunch, resin bonded, spu…

  • Bicomponent Fibers for Nonwovens in China: Now and in the Future

    John Xuan, Yacheng Textile College, YCTEX IMP & EXP Co., LTD || April 7, 2011
    Market is growing but continues to represent a small percentage of total production.

  • Shalag Industries

    Shalag Industries

    January 1, 2009
    Location: UPPER GALILEE, ISRAEL Sales: $80 Million Description: Plant Locations Israel, U.S. (planned) Major Processes thermal bonded The biggest news from Israel’s Shalag Group is a recent announcementthat the company investe…

  • Japan Vilene

    September 7, 2006
    Japan Vilene Tokyo, Japan $200 million (¥22 billion) Key Personnel Yutaka Tanaka, president; Minoru Tanaka, managing director; Yoshiaki Mizutani, director; Mitsuo Kanno, managing director Plants Shiga and Tokyo, Japan Pr…

  • TWE Group (Lohman)

    TWE Group (Lohman)

    January 1, 2004
    Location: Dierdorf, Germany Sales: $158 MILLION Description: Key Personnel Michael Haddon, managing director Plant Dierdorf, Germany ISO Status ISO 9001 Processes Drylaid, chemical bonded, thermal  bonded, needle­punched, air throug…