NEW YORK, Feb. 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:
The World Nonwovens Industry: 20 Medium Sized Producers, part 2 of 3 2012/13 http://www.reportlinker.com/p01105946/The-World-Nonwovens-Industry-20-Medium-Sized-Producers-part-2-of-3-2012/13.html#utm_source=prnewswire&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=Fiber
This report is the second in a series of three in which the world's top 40 nonwovens producers are profiled.
The report provides updated information and data about the activities and strategies of:Andrew Industries, Asahi Kasei, Buckeye Technologies, Colbond, Companhia Providencia, Fibertex Personal Care, First Quality Nonwovens, Georgia-Pacific, Hollingsworth & Vose, Jacob Holm Industries, Japan Vilene, Mitsui Chemicals, Pegas Nonwovens, Sandler, Textilgruppe Hof, Toray Advanced Materials, Toyobo, TWE Group, Union Industries and Vita Nonwovens. The report also includes data on the size of the market and sales achieved by these 20 medium sized producers of nonwovens.List of contentsSUMMARYINTRODUCTIONThe global nonwovens marketMedium sized companiesCompanies which entered the list of 20 medium sized producersCompanies which exited from the list of 20 medium sized producersCompanies which remained among the 20 medium sized producersGeographical location11 SANDLER, GERMANYManufacturing facilitiesProducts and marketsProduct innovation12 HOLLINGSWORTH & VOSE, USAHigh efficiency and specialty filtrationEngineered Composite Materials (ECM) and Industrial SpecialtiesBattery Separator & Additive MaterialsEngine & Industrial Filtration13 JAPAN VILENE, JAPANInvestments and joint venturesNew technologyProducts and marketsAutomotive Materials BusinessIndustrial Materials BusinessStrategies for future growth14 COMPANHIA PROVIDÊNCIA, BRAZILOwnershipFacilities14 TWE GROUP, GERMANYCompany structureProducts and markets16 FIRST QUALITY NONWOVENS, USA17 ASAHI KASEI, JAPANProducts and markets18 BUCKEYE TECHNOLOGIES, USAProducts and marketsMarket developmentManufacturing facilitiesPackaging technology19 FIBERTEX PERSONAL CARE, DENMARKOwnershipCompany structureProducts and marketsFibertex Personal Care20 TORAY ADVANCED MATERIALS, SOUTH KOREAOwnershipManufacturing facilities South Korea China IndonesiaProducts and markets21 MITSUI CHEMICALS, JAPANProducts, markets and manufacturing facilities22 COLBOND, NETHERLANDSOwnershipNew products, and product and process improvementManufacturing facilitiesProducts and marketsAutomotiveBuilding, construction and industrial applicationsCivil engineeringFlooring23 PEGAS NONWOVENS, CZECH REPUBLICInvestmentManufacturing facilitiesProducts and markets24 JACOB HOLM INDUSTRIES, SWITZERLANDCompany developmentBusiness structureFacilitiesProducts and markets25 UNION INDUSTRIES, ITALY26 TOYOBO, JAPANPolyester spunbond nonwovensNeedlepunched nonwovens27 VITA NONWOVENS, UKProducts and markets28 GEORGIA-PACIFIC, USACorporate structureProducts and marketsTechnology29 ANDREW INDUSTRIES, UKProducts and marketsManufacturing facilities29 TEXTILGRUPPE HOF, GERMANYProducts and marketsInterliningsIndustrial end usesProduction facilitiesNew products List of tablesTable 1: Sales by the world's top 40 roll goods producers, 2011 To order this report: Fiber Industry: The World Nonwovens Industry: 20 Medium Sized Producers, part 2 of 3 2012/13 __________________________Contact Clare: firstname.lastname@example.orgUS:(339) 368 6001Intl:+1 339 368 6001