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


Raw Materials


Beaulieu Fibres in Panama geotextiles
UV-resistant fibres from polypropylene (PP) staple fibre supplier Beaulieu Fibres International are being used in Manifattura Fontana’s geotextiles helping to waterproof and protect the Panama Canal extensions.
Toray ups polypropylene production
The production capacity of polypropylene spunbond nonwoven fabric will be expanded at Toray Advanced Materials Korea.
EPO upholds Mitsubishi patent on bio-polyester
The European Patent Office has issued a statement agreeing with Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation that it owns a patent for biomass-based polyester after a number of other corporations questioned its validity.
AHP recycling plans resubmitted
Absorbent Hygiene Product (AHP) waste recycling specialist Knowaste has resubmitted plans to develop the UK’s largest nappy recycling facility in Hayes, West Lond
Fibre tagging for secure supply chains
Materials design company Techmer PM, in partnership with Applied DNA Sciences (ADNAS) and Palmetto Synthetics, has created customised materials to help tag and authenticate polymer-based fibre materia
TFP to exhibit at SAMPLE
Technical Fibre Products (TFP), a manufacturer of speciality wet-laid nonwovens for high performance applications, is to exhibit at advanced materials fair SAMPLE in Long Beach, California, later this month.
Trevira CEO extends contract
Polyester manufacturer Trevira has confirmed Klause Holz is to continue as the company’s CEO. Holz, who joined Trevira in 2001, has extended his contract with the company until the end of 2019.
Designer Contracts hits 90% landfill diversion
CRUK member Designer Contracts is the UK's largest flooring contractor, with a turnover of £34 million, up 14 per cent on 2014. Having dedicated three years of continuous effort to recycling, last year they reached a milestone of all 12 regional centres recycling carpet offcuts into felts and other products via Anglo Recycling.
A new era in North Carolina
The new $31.6 million Uniquetex spunmelt plant that is to be built in North Carolina represents the next level of harmonisation for the global nonwovens industry.
Xerium buys JJ Plank
Xerium Technologies, developer and supplier of engineered products for industries including nonwovens, pulp processing, and paper, has announced it has acquired the business of J.
<< 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