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Faré supplies extrusion line In Tartarstan

September 13, 2011

Zao Polymatiz to make 12,000 tons of SMMS.

Italian machinery supplier Faré has supplied a polypropylene extrusion line to Zao Polymatiz, a Tartarstan-based maker of spunbond and meltblown nonwovens. The ability to supply extrusion equipment brings Faré one step closer to becoming a supplier of complete spunbond machinery. The new line, a four-beam SMMS line, has a capacity of 12,000 tons.
 

According to Faré executives, it is in negotiations to supply several other new mono and bicomponent spunbond lines in Europe.

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