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Mada To Double Capacity

May 3, 2011

Six-beam Reicofil line on order.

Saudi-based Mada Nonwovens will invest in a six-beam SSMMMS Reicofil 4 line for the production of polypropylene nonwovens. The investment will more than double the company’s current nonwovens capacity.

“Customers appreciate the excellent product quality,” said Hashmi Syed, sales and marketing manager of Mada Nonwovens. He pointed out that the company has successfully entered new markets and the additional volumes are set to support customers in both domestic and export regions.

The company already operates one Reicofill 4 line that it also able to produce bicomponent products.The new investment will allow Mada Nonwovens to manufacture innovative products with the lower basis weights favored by the hygiene industry.

The company produces a broad range of products for hygiene, medical and industrial applications as well polyester nonwovens used for roofing and geotextiles applications.


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