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Carolina Nonwovens To Start Production Next Month

April 27, 2007

Company Makes Debut at IDEA07

Exhibiting for the first time at IDEA07 was Carolina Nonwovens Corporation, Lincolnton, NC. The company was at the show promoting the launch of its first nonwovens line, which is currently being commissioned at a brand new 33,000 square foot facility. Scheduled to come onstream next month, the state-of-the-art Laroche airlaid system will supply thermal bonded nonwovens to a variety of consumer and industrial markets. Carolina Nonwovens’ senior vice president John Gearhart said that the IDEA show was a perfect venue for the company to promote its products, which are designed to be lighter, stronger and less expensive than those currently being supplied to the market. “We are seeing a lot of interest in our capabilities here at the show,” he said. “We are definitely satisfied.”

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