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Ray Whitby; Courtesy: Monadnock
Monadnock appoints Ray Whitby as technical sales manager

17th Dec 2018

Monadnock Non-Wovens LLC (MNW) has announced the appointment of Ray Whitby as technical sales manager effective January 2, 2019. Ray will be joining MNW after working for nearly 20 years with Transweb developing and marketing some of the most sophisticated and evolved surface charged enhanced media for the HEPA, respirator and filtration markets.

Edana pledges to increase use of recycled PET in nonwovens
Edana pledges to increase use of recycled PET in nonwovens

12th Dec 2018

Edana, on behalf of the nonwoven producers amongst its membership, has issued a pledge to significantly increase the use of recycled PET in nonwoven fabrics. As the voice of nonwovens and related firms, Edana’s mission is to create the foundation for sustainable growth of the nonwovens and related industries through active promotion, education and...

Courtesy: Technical Fibre Products
TFP announces manufacturing capacity expansion

30th Nov 2018

Technical Fibre Products Ltd (TFP), a successful knowledge based manufacturing company specialising in developing advanced nonwovens for highly technical and challenging applications, has planned to increase its capacity by 50 per cent by 2020. The financial investment will meet the rapidly increasing demand for its advanced nonwovens across all...

Courtesy: Toray
Toray to introduce nonwoven material with suede texture

28th Nov 2018

Toray Industries Inc, has announced that it would introduce ‘Ultrasuede BX’, a nonwoven material with a suede texture which is about 30 per cent made of plant-based raw materials, in January 2019. The material realises the highest proportion of plant-based raw materials – polyester and polyurethane in the world making it environmentally friendly.

Courtesy: Addev Materials
France Decoupe invests in new 350 sq m clean room

28th Nov 2018

France Decoupe, member of the Addev Materials Group since 2016, has invested in a new clean room dedicated to nonwoven parts manufacturing. With more than 20 million parts produced per year, the plant based in Loire County has developed since 1993 a unique expertise in nonwoven converting for markets such as industry, construction and hygiene.

Courtesy: Diamond Wipes International
Diamond Wipes acquires Ode to Clean

28th Nov 2018

Diamond Wipes International Inc, the largest American wet wipe manufacturer west of the Rockies, has acquired Ode to Clean, the world’s first cleaning wipes made with 100 per cent plant-based ingredients. Ode to Clean, powered by bioperoxide, is the world’s safest and most effective cleaning wipes that uses solar-powered and wind-powered manufacturing

Courtesy: INDA
INDA calls for abstracts for World of Wipes conference

21st Nov 2018

INDA’s 13th annual World of Wipes (WOW) International Conference is accepting abstracts through January 17, 2019, on innovative, inspiring, and informative wipe products, markets and technologies. The annual event will be held next in Atlanta, GA, from June 24-27, 2019. INDA is the association of the nonwoven fabrics industry, headquartered in the US.

Courtesy: Hygienix/INDA
New technologies in absorbent hygiene at Hygienix 2018

21st Nov 2018

More than 500 absorbent hygiene and personal care professionals from over 24 countries and throughout the supply chain participated in INDA’s fourth edition of Hygienix–the premier event for absorbent hygiene & personal care markets held in Orlando, Florida. The 3-day event included presentations from 23 industry experts and 14 hours of scheduled...

Courtesy: Callaly
Callaly wins global Hygienix Innovation Award by INDA

20th Nov 2018

Callaly, the creators of Tampliner, an innovative combination of a tampon and pantyliner, has won the global Hygienix Innovation Award by industry body INDA which recognises companies across the world for their innovation in the hygiene and personal care sector. Callaly impressed the judges with its radical innovation in the femcare sector.

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