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Andritz machine to Hengan Group
International technology group Andritz has successfully started up a tissue machine supplied to the Hengan Group at its Chongqing, China, mill. The Hengan Group is the largest producer of sanitary products and diapers in China.
Safety standard for spunlaced nonwovens
Voith Paper and Trützschler Nonwovens have developed a new safety standard for wet-laid spunlaced nonwovens machines.
Mogul Nonwovens US expansion
Mogul Nonwovens has opened a new site in South Carolina, USA.
CSR award for Ahlstrom-Munksjö
Ahlstrom-Munksjö, a global leader in fibre-based materials including glass fibre nonwovens, has been awarded a Gold rating by EcoVadis after assessment of the group’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) engagement.
Sareks invests in backsheet production
Turkish hygiene manufacturer Sareks has increased backsheet production capacity with a new blown line, set to produce 625 million sqm per year.
Suominen eyes Asia
Nonwovens manufacturer Suominen has defined its corporate strategy for 2017–2021 which includes looking at opportunities to expand into new market regions, primarily Asia.
Fibrix acquires Custom Nonwovens assets
North American nonwovens manufacturer Fibrix has acquired specific assets of Custom Nonwovens, including personnel, multiple manufacturing lines, and intellectual property related to the production of furniture and bedding products.
New Dusenbery slitter at ICE
Dusenbery Converting Systems, a subsidiary of Parkinson Technologies Inc., will introduce its latest slitter rewinder – the DC4 –at the upcoming ICE (International Converting Exhibition) USA, which takes place in Orlando next week.
Finer meltblown grades from Borealis
Borealis reports a new polypropylene meltblown development which allows the production of finer fibres and the company believes will allow a step change in nonwoven performance.
Web Industries ups printing capabilities
Flexible materials converting company Web Industries has acquired two W&H Astraflex 8-colour central impression flexographic presses for its facility in Fort Wayne, Indiana, U
 
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