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Suominen to invest €6 million in its US plant
Feb '18
Courtesy: Suominen
Courtesy: Suominen
Suominen, a nonwovens company, has decided to initiate a new growth investment project worth of approximately 6 million in its production plant in Green Bay, United States. The investment involves installation of new carding machinery representing the latest technology on an existing spunlace production line. It will improve the capabilities of the plant.

The investment will support Suominen in the development and supply of new innovative products that will make lives better. Once upgraded, the production line will, for its part, improve Suominen’s capability to supply high value added nonwovens for home care, personal care and workplace wipes as well as for hygiene applications, all categories where Suominen seeks to grow. Moreover, the investment will offer more efficient supply of nonwovens for baby wipes for Suominen’s customers.

"The investment again demonstrates that we are serious about growth, in line with our Changemaker strategy," said Nina Kopola, president and CEO. "This is a clear upgrade to Suominen’s current production technology base, expanding our product offering globally and increasing our production capacity. In the long run, we can increase the share of nonwovens with high value added coming out of the Green Bay plant." (RR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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