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Bio-innovation in nonwovens, E-textiles dominate RISE

25th Sep 2018

Presentations on bio-innovation in nonwovens, market dynamics and trends, E-textiles and standards, medical nonwoven developments, web formation and technologies, material science developments and microfibres in the marine environment marked INDA’s eighth Research, Innovation and Science for Engineered Fabrics (RISE) Conference in Raleigh, North...

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Leaders in nonwovens to participate in NHPA 2018

24th Sep 2018

Leading nonwoven firms are set to be a part of the 2018 Nonwovens for High Performance Applications (NHPA) conference. The fourth edition of the forum designed to inform delegates about technical developments and opportunities offered from technical nonwovens for high-performance applications, will be held on October 10 and 11, 2018, in Cannes, France.

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INDA to search colleges to promote STEM jobs

17th Sep 2018

INDA is to launch a search in the nation’s top college campuses to promote in-demand STEM jobs in the burgeoning nonwovens/engineered materials industry as part of its Academic Outreach Initiative. The programme was launched in 2017 with creation of a new position of assistant director of Career Services. After its success, INDA is building on the...

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Lenzing pioneers web technology to drive sustainability

13th Sep 2018

The Lenzing Group has pioneered a new technology platform, Lenzing Web Technology, with a focus on sustainable nonwoven products that will open up new market opportunities for the industry. Following an investment of €26 million and years of R&D, Lenzing has completed the commissioning phase for 1 metre wide pilot facility located at their headquarters.

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Suominen launches intelligent nonwovens concept

12th Sep 2018

Suominen is taking a concrete step in its changemaker strategy and introducing Suominen intelligent nonwovens concept to the market. The new concept makes it possible to embed digital features into Suominen nonwovens. Suominen is a Finland-based company that manufactures nonwovens as roll goods for wipes as well as for medical and hygiene products.

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WOW Conference 2019 to cover latest in wiping products

3rd Sep 2018

The Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry’s World of Wipes (WOW) International Conference 2019, to be held during June 24-27, will cover the latest consumer research, product innovation, and market applications for wiping products and components. WOW is targeted exclusively for wipes brand owners, converters, and their entire supply chain.

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Workers in South African nonwovens sector get 7.25% hike

28th Aug 2018

Employees working in the nonwovens sub-sector of the South African textile industry will receive a 7.25 per cent wage hike back dated from July 1, 2018. The workers will also receive another 7.25 per cent wage hike beginning July 1, 2019, as per the two-year agreement reached under the auspices of the National Textile Bargaining Council (NTBC).

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PFNonwovens revenues down 0.3% in H1 2018

23rd Aug 2018

PFNonwovens as, a leading European producer of nonwovens textiles, has recorded consolidated revenues of CZK 2,984.2 million in the first half 2018, down by 0.3 per cent year-on-year, as per the unaudited results announced by the company. The appreciation of CZK had a negative impact on revenues as most of the company’s revenues are in euro.

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Technical Absorbents unveils 100% SAF needlefelt nonwoven

23rd Aug 2018

Technical Absorbents (TAL) has announced the launch of a completely unique superabsorbent fabric. The patent-pending 100 per cent SAF needlefelt nonwoven has been in development and testing for some time and is now commercially available. TAL is a leading manufacturer of Super Absorbent Fibre (SAF) and SAF-containing nonwoven fabrics, yarns, and tapes.

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