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全球不織布產業:主要10家製造商簡介

The world nonwovens industry:part 1-the leading ten producers, March 2016

出版商 Textiles Intelligence 商品編碼 219181
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 68 Pages
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全球不織布產業:主要10家製造商簡介 The world nonwovens industry:part 1-the leading ten producers, March 2016
出版日期: 2016年03月22日 內容資訊: 英文 68 Pages
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本報告以全球不織布產業的主要10家製造商為焦點,提供各公司的活動與策略相關最新資訊,市場規模和銷售額的資料等,為您概述為以下內容。

  • 摘要
  • 簡介
  • Avintiv(舊 Polymer Group Inc(PGI))(美國)
  • Freudenberg(德國)
  • Kimberly-Clark(美國)
  • DuPont Nonwovens(美國)
  • Ahlstrom(芬蘭)
  • Glatfelter(舊 Concert Industries)(美國)
  • FITESA(巴西)
  • Johns Manville(美國)
  • SUOMINEN NONWOVENS(芬蘭)
  • TWE GROUP(德國)

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Product Code: 978-1-849785-15-0

In this report, the first in a series of three in which the world's top 40 nonwovens producers are profiled, Karen Bitz provides the latest information and analysis about the activities of the world's leading ten producers of nonwovens. Many of these players - including Avintiv (formerly PGI), Fitesa, Freudenberg, Glatfelter and TWE Group - have increased their sales as a result of acquisitions, investments in new lines or improvements to existing lines. Avintiv has acquired Companhia Providência. However, sales at DuPont fell after it divested its Sontara spunlace business to Jacob Holm Industries. Ahlstrom continues to focus on speciality businesses such as wall coverings, filtration and other speciality fabrics while Kimberly-Clark's Partnership Products business continues to focus on filtration, sorbents and wipes. Sales at Glatfelter will receive a boost from a new line for making air-laid nonwovens in North America while Suominen has an ambitious growth strategy which includes a new line for making wet-laid nonwovens in North America as well as improvements to existing lines in Brazil and Spain. Fitesa has completed new lines in China and the USA, and is adding lines in Brazil, Germany and Sweden. Meanwhile, TWE has entered the top ten for the first time after acquiring Libeltex and in 2015 the company purchased three USA-based nonwovens plants belonging to Vita Nonwovens.

Table of Contents

List of contents

SUMMARY

INTRODUCTION

  • The leading ten players
  • Companies which joined the leading ten players
  • Companies which exited from the leading ten players
  • Companies which remained among the leading ten players

1 AVINTIV (FORMERLY POLYMER GROUP INC (PGI)), USA

  • Products and markets
  • Medical
  • Hygiene
  • Industrial and speciality
  • Capacity expansion
  • Latin America
  • North America
  • Europe
  • China
  • Plant consolidation

2 FREUDENBERG PERFORMANCE MATERIALS, GERMANY

  • Manufacturing facilities
  • Company Divisions
  • Spunlaid operations
  • Industrial nonwovens operations
  • Interlinings operations
  • Freudenberg Filtration Technologies
  • Novolon
  • Acquisitions, divestments and joint ventures
  • Investments in Asia
  • International strategy

3 KIMBERLY-CLARK, USA

  • Corporate structure
  • Personal Care
  • Consumer Tissue
  • Business-to-Business
  • External nonwoven fabrics business
  • Products and markets
  • Filtration
  • Delivery systems (including wipes)
  • Sorbents
  • Building products
  • Personal care
  • Acoustics
  • Other developments

4 DUPONT NONWOVENS, USA

  • Internationalisation strategy
  • Technology strategy
  • Tyvek
  • Construction
  • Personal protective apparel
  • Envelopes and packaging

5 AHLSTROM, FINLAND

  • Company structure
  • Filtration & Performance
  • Specialties

6 GLATFELTER (FORMERLY CONCERT INDUSTRIES), USA

  • Advanced Airlaid Materials
  • Composite Fibers

7 FITESA, BRAZIL

8 JOHNS MANVILLE, USA

  • Corporate structure
  • Products and markets
  • High Performance Nonwovens
  • Roofing Materials
  • Manufacturing facilities
  • USA
  • Germany
  • Slovakia
  • China
  • Expansion

9 SUOMINEN NONWOVENS, FINLAND

  • Company structure
  • Convenience
  • Care business

10 TWE GROUP, GERMANY

  • Company structure
  • Products and markets

List of tables

  • Table 1: Sales by the world's top 40 roll goods producers, 2014
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