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Nonwovens Summit Reveals Future Directions
By Sean Moloughney, Managing Editor
Published June 21, 2012
ANFA chairman offers humanized perspective on growing markets. Read More »
Published May 22, 2012
Reflects focus on specialist materials. Read More »
Published May 22, 2012
Needlepunch maker blames weather, government spending on lower demand. Read More »
EDANA Holds Largest Ever Symposium in the MENA Region
By Nonwovens Industry Staff
Published May 7, 2012
Program topics included nonwovens growth markets and emerging trends in raw materials. Read More »
Published April 10, 2012
Products manufactured consist of geotextiles, fabrics, fibers and the trademarked BlaZbarrier, a flame retardant barrier fabric. Read More »
Published December 20, 2011
Gained experience at Fiberweb, DuPont. Read More »
Published December 8, 2011
Forty percent of the 300 square meter volume is in nonwovens. Read More »
Published October 4, 2011
Despite being a relative newcomer to the nonwovens industry, Mattex Geosynthetics, a division of the Mattex Group, is committed to becoming a global leader in the geotextiles market. Read More »
Published August 11, 2011
The 25,000 square foot space is in San Diego County. Read More »
The Ups and Downs of the Needlepunch Market
By Karen McIntyre, Editor
Published August 9, 2011
Surge in capacity shows strength of new applications for needlepunched nonwovens. Read More »
Published June 23, 2011
Craig Martin will lead business. Read More »
Published June 16, 2011
Geotextile-focused line will feature ProDyn technology Read More »
Published May 26, 2011
Medical, construction, automotives are all on display. Read More »
Published May 19, 2011
Tubex tree shelters business will complement existing assets. Read More »
Reap What You Sow
Published April 7, 2011
Nonwovens face challenges but continue to grow in the agriculture market Read More »