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Published September 2, 2014
Doubles capacity in response to diaper growth. Read More »
By Dierk Mohr, Managing Director
Sandler AG
By Axel Seitz, Manager Business Development
Nonwoven roll goods for hygiene, wipes, automotive, filtration, engineering, home textiles. Technologies: carded, spunlace, thermal bond, air-through, meltblown, needlepunch, laminating, embossing, printing. Fibres: i.e. PP, PET, PA, PLA, bi-componen… Read More »
By Amr Hanafy , Deputy G.M
Performance and Fit
By Dr. Ulrich Hornfeck, member of the management board, Sandler AG & Dipl.-Ingenieur (FH) Uwe Bernhuber, senior manager product development, Sandler AG
Published January 7, 2013
Evolution of stretch applications in hygiene products and new solutions for optimum performance. Read More »
Published March 6, 2012
Japan’s Havix Corporation is increasing its thermal bond capacity to 4800 tons per year. The new equipment, which will add 1200 tons capacity, should begin operation in October 2012. According to Nonwovens Industry Far East correspondent Kin Oh… Read More »
Published September 11, 2006
Union Industries Masserano, Italy $81 million (€65 million) Key personnel Matteo Moltrasio, vice president; Luigi Cassano, managing director; Alessandro Taramasso, commercial director Plant Masserano, Biella, Italy ISO Status ISO 9001:2… Read More »
Tenotex
Published January 1, 2004
Location: Bergamo, Italy Sales: $88 MILLION Description: Key Personnel Giovanni Moscheni, chief executive officer; Aldo Ghira, managing director; Mauro Moscheni, marketing and sales director; Gampiero Crotti, plant manager Italy; Mimoun Saim,… Read More »
Airlaid Market Positioned for Progress
By Sean Moloughney, Managing Editor
Published October 8, 2012
Growing demand in the feminine hygiene sector and a strong sustainability story will help move the airlaid market forward. Read More »