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Spunbond/Spunmelt/“Spunlace” Capacity/Demand Scenarios Prompted by the Pandemic 2021

Spunbond/Spunmelt/“Spunlace” Capacity/Demand Scenarios Prompted by the Pandemic 2021

6th Apr, 2021 to 6th Apr, 2021
Online
The COVID-19 pandemic and the U.S. Federal Government response to it quickly upped the North American footprint for meltblown production. Tightness now is being seen in spunbond/spunmelt and in the wipes substrate often called “spunlace.” As a result, several new capacity announcements have been made in nonwovens. INDA’s Brad Kalil has been tracking developments in these sectors and will present data from the 2020 North American Supply Report. His presentation will include an analysis and insights on developments caused by the pandemic response for wipes, medical gowns, and facemask materials. “The North American Nonwovens Supply Report provides valuable data and actionable industry information to enhance decision making, strategic planning and business investment decisions. Brad will share 2020 Report findings and his perspective on recent capacity announcements. If you’re involved in nonwovens and engineered materials, you’ll find value in this webinar” said Dave Rousse, Presiden
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