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Global Nonwovens to build spunmelt line in India

June 25, 2012

Twenty thousand metric ton capacity line will be country's largest.

Global Nonwovens has announced it has finalized plans to add a large-scale spunmelt line in Nashik, India. Set to come onstream in 2014, the new line will have an initial capacity of 20,000 metric tons, which will target hygiene and medical applications.

This investment represents the first significant spunmelt line in India and executives at Global Nonwovens say that the site is being designed to accommodate significant future expansions.

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