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Shinwa partners to make spunlace in Indonesia

December 30, 2013

Partnership will make 5,000 tons of nonwovens per year.

Japan's Shinwa has formed a joint partnership with Tokyo Medical in Indoneisa. The new company, SNI, will make spunlace nonwovens starting in 2014. According to Nonwovens Industry Far East correspondent Kin Ohmura, the grpup will make more than 5,000 tons of spunlace nonwovens per year. Shinwa holds an 80% stake in the operation, which was established in mid 2012.

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