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Published January 27, 2012
18,000 ton line will start commercial production next month Read More »
Published November 15, 2011
A modern manufacturer of technical nonwovens made from staple fibers, J.H. Ziegler, based in Achern, Germany, diversified its textile business – which had been in operation since 1864 – into nonwovens in 1990 with thermal bonded and needlepunch nonwovens capabilities. Read More »
Published September 21, 2011
Investment to make nonwovens for automotives, technical applications. Read More »
Published September 13, 2011
Zao Polymatiz to make 12,000 tons of SMMS. Read More »
Published August 9, 2011
Manufacturing plays a pivotal role in the economy of the Republic of Belarus, the landlocked country in Eastern Europe. Read More »
Published August 2, 2011
San Saglik is the country's second largest player in the market. Read More »
Published May 4, 2011
Founded in Russia in 2004, Regent Neotex is on the fast track todeveloping nonwovens manufacturing in the Russian Federation using Reicofil technology. Read More »
Published February 16, 2011
Puts Big Hopes for New State Strategy Read More »
Published February 7, 2011
Investment will largely target automotives market. Read More »
Published January 21, 2011
7000 tons of capacity will target bituminous roofing market. Read More »
By Oksana Malynovska, Euromonitor International
Published November 10, 2010
Latin America provides double-digit gain to sanitary protection category Read More »
Published October 1, 2009
Demand for Roll Goods Has Been Increasing Steadily In Past Decade Read More »
By Adrian Atterby, Euromonitor International
Published November 8, 2007
proliferation of premium products now as important as volume growth in some developing countries Read More »
Emerging Markets: China, India, Latin American and Eastern Europe
By Karen McIntyre, Editor
Published August 17, 2006
A NONWOVENS INDUSTRY Special Report Read More »
Bonar has acquired Texiplast, a Slovakian company once known as the Geosynthetics division of Kordarna. A manufacturer of an extensive range of woven and knitted geosynthetic products used for the construction and maintenance of retaining walls, land… Read More »