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Published July 14, 2011
Three new orders reaffirm leadership position. Read More »
Published July 5, 2011
Nikoogroup, reportedly the largest maker of nonwovens in Iran, makes spunlaced and thermal bonded nonwovens through two of its subsidiaries, Abharris and MBNT. Beyond nonwovens, the group has interests in fibers, yarn, spinning and petrochemicals as well as the development of acquisition/distribution layer material through its newest subsidiary, Aknan, which is based in Turkey. Read More »
Wipes:
By Ian Bell , Head of Home Care, Tissue and Hygiene Research, Euromonitor International
Published June 7, 2011
Still a Relevant Format in the Post-Recession Era Read More »
Published May 19, 2011
new capacity will come onstream in early 2012 Read More »
Published May 18, 2011
Line no. 3 will reduce basis weights. Read More »
Published May 2, 2011
Investment will bring output to 24,000 tons. Read More »
Published April 20, 2011
Cotton-based spunlace materials target hygiene and medical apps. Read More »
Published April 20, 2011
Contract concluded for a 6.6 meter wide spunjet machine. Read More »
Published April 18, 2011
Thermal bonding and spunlace lines on display. Read More »
Published April 18, 2011
New Jet Lace line will target wipes. Read More »
Published April 18, 2011
Offers uniform drying and temperature. Read More »
Published April 18, 2011
Air through, airlaid, calendered are among company's technologies. Read More »
Published April 18, 2011
Time lapse photos prove manufacturers' claims. Read More »
Published April 13, 2011
Three-layer construction offers many benefits. Read More »
By Karen McIntyre, Editor
Published March 16, 2011
The spunmelt market has been in the headlines a lot as of late with major capacity installations going in around the world, reportedly to meet the need for a lighter weight, more sophisticated product in the hygiene market. While this unprecedented g… Read More »