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Suominen creates new senior role
Nonwovens manufacturer Suominen has appointed a new senior vice president and chief technology officer. Markku Koivisto, who has expertise in combining business development with profit and loss responsibility, will also join the corporate executive team once his appointment becomes effective on 27 March 2017.
Growing demand for Xantu.Layr
New Zealand-headquartered Revolution Fibres is increasing its production to meet growing worldwide demand for its Xantu.Layr nanofibre nonwoven veil in composites.
Equity partner for Korozo
Turkish flexible packaging producer Korozo has partnered with private equity company Actera Group. The negotiations concluded with the signing of stock transfer and partnership agreements between Korozo Ambalaj San.
JV for speciality materials
Paper manufacturer Felix Schoeller Group, and the Welbon Group of Hangzhou, China, have entered into a new joint venture for speciality materials.
Absorbent and washable nonwoven
Technical Aborbents, manufacturer of SAF super absorbent fibre, will platform its new washable nonwoven fabric technology at Index 17 in Geneva, Switzerland.
New facility for Nonwovens Institute
The Nonwovens Institute at North Carolina State University is to open a new facility for spunmelt and hydroentangling in April 2017.
Laydown belt benefits Mondi
Technical weaving company Gebr. Kufferath (GKD) has platformed the benefits of its Conductive laydown belt for its customer and nonwovens producer Mondi Ascania.
Rockline targets wastewater
Rockline Industries, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of coffee filters and wet wipes, has released its eighth annual sustainability report which outlines the company’s 2016 performance relative to its latest environmental sustainability goals for 2020.
New name in nonwovens
The nonwovens industry will welcome a new force when Ahlstrom-Munksjö Oyj rises from an absorption merger with an enhanced portfolio of complementary products.
Unilever carbon reduction commitment
One year after announcing its bold ambition to become carbon positive by 2030, personal care giant Unilever has signed a contract to use biomethane at five of its sites in the UK and Ireland.
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