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Published July 30, 2014
Acquisition supports company’s commitment to microfibers growth platform. Read More »
Published July 7, 2014
$72 million deal expands presence in wetlaid nonwovens for filtration applications. Read More »
Published June 13, 2014
Launches new range of recycled carbon nonwovens. Read More »
Published June 5, 2014
$72 million deal will boost expansion in performance-oriented markets Read More »
Published June 3, 2014
Develops mats and veils from recycled carbon fibers. Read More »
Published May 29, 2014
New investment will expand company's wall coverings business. Read More »
WOW award competition highlights innovation in wipes market
Published May 15, 2014
Four new entrants will vie for top prize at WOW conference. Read More »
Voith, Trützschler process certified flushable
Published December 4, 2013
Nonwoven material passes rigorous INDA/EDANA test requirements. Read More »
Published September 10, 2013
Ahlstrom, a global high performance fiber-based materials company, will increase prices for its filtration products globally during the fourth quarter of 2013. The price increases will be made to compensate for the continued rise in raw material cost… Read More »
Published April 8, 2013
Companies will make wetlaid and hydroentangled production lines. Read More »
Glatfelter continues to focus on growth markets
Published March 21, 2013
Acquisition of Dresden Papier provides leading position in the wall coverings industry. Read More »
Published March 13, 2013
Dresden Paper will become part of Composite Fibers business unit. Read More »
Published March 12, 2013
Patnership will yield high performance, affordable separators. Read More »
Published March 5, 2013
Company presents Easylife range at China Wallpaper Exposition Read More »
Changes in medical barrier nonwovens
By Warren Collier, John R. Starr Inc.
Published April 5, 2012
Demands in this market are driven by shifts in performance, location and cost requirements. Read More »