Ecotexile News Technical Textiles Technical Standards & Legislation Careers in Textiles Eco-Composites MCL News & Media
Twitter LinkedIn RSS Feed


Industrial Products


IAC to join GM in Arlington
International Automotive Components (IAC), the manufacturer of automotive interior components, including nonwoven-based acoustics and floorcoverings, is one of a number of suppliers who will be introducing operations at the new General Motors Arlington Assembly supplier park in Texas.
Hygiene manufacturer introduces Tresu printers
KOLDING – Slovakia's leading manufacturer of feminine hygiene products, SCA Gemerská Hôrka, has introduced four colour Tresu flexo printing units to a number of its converting lines, which will increase production speed and quality while reducing waste, according to the business.
Unicharm chooses Diaper Recycling Technology
JAPAN - Diana Unicharm, part of the Unicharm Group in Japan, is to install new recycling operations from Diaper Recycling Technology to process factory waste and negating the need to this waste stream to landfill.
Isra Vision benefits fibre distribution
GERMANY- Isra Vision, manufacturer of machine vision and industrial image processing technology, has created a new monitoring system to regulate the distribution of nonwovens in production.
NatureWorks to grow Ingeo PLA portfolio
Biopolymers supplier NatureWorks has signed a contract to license Plaxica's Optipure chemical processing technology for the production of D-lactic acid.
SCA to close US tissue plant
SCA is to close its tissue production plant in Flagstaff, Arizona, US, in a bid to improve efficiency and strengthen the competitiveness of its professional hygiene business in North Ameri
Rapid progress for Gama Healthcare
Watford, UK, headquartered Gama Healthcare – the largest supplier of wipes to the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) – has announced plans to build a new £2 million research and development facility.
Xerium belts on new NI line
Huycon forming belts from Xerium Technologies, a provider of industrial consumable products and services, have been selected for a new Reicofil 4 pilot line at the Nonwovens Institute at North Carolina State University.
NWI opens new facility
The Nonwovens Institute (NWI) has officially opened new facilities at its base at the North Carolina State University.
Mitsui Chemicals develops Airyfa
Mitsui Chemicals has developed Airyfa, billed as the world’s first high strength flexible nonwoven.
<< Start < Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next > End >>


Copyright MCL News & Media 2017. You may share using our article tools. Please don’t cut articles from and redistribute by email or post to the web.

Sustainable Nonwovens is the authority for news, comment and analysis on the world of sustainable nonwovens. Our website features daily headlines and breaking news from around the world written by industry experts and seasoned industry journalists. Use of and/or registration on any portion of this site constitutes acceptance of our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. © 2016 MCL News & Media and its licensors. All rights reserved. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of MCL News & Media.
feed-image RSS Feed