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INDA’s Board of Directors


Paul Marold

Paul Marold, President, Lydall Performance Materials – Chairman, INDA

Mr. Marold is President of Lydall Performance Materials. He was formerly the Chief Operating Officer of Sontara®, a member of the Jacob Holm Group.  Prior to joining Sontara®, Mr. Marold held executive positions at CLARCOR, American Air Filter and Ahlstrom Oy, where he was Senior Vice President of Advanced Nonwovens.

He has been a member of INDA since 2001 and has served on the Board of Directors and Executive Committee including serving as Chairman of the Board from 2010 to 2012.

Lydall
Lydall, Inc. is a New York Stock Exchange listed company, headquartered in Manchester, Connecticut with global manufacturing operations producing specialty engineered products for the thermal/acoustical and filtration/separation markets.


Christopher Astley

Christopher Astley, President-Advanced Airlaid Materials Business, Glatfelter – Vice Chair of Planning, INDA

Mr. Astley is President-Advanced Airlaid Materials for Glatfelter, a $1.7 billion NYSE-listed global producer of specialty papers and fiber-based engineered materials.

Mr. Astley joined Glatfelter in August 2010 as Vice President of Corporate Strategy, and was later promoted to Senior Vice President, Corporate Strategy, in January 2014.

Before joining Glatfelter, he was an entrepreneur leading a privately held business from 2004 until 2010. Prior to that, Mr. Astley held positions with Accenture, a global management consulting firm, and The Coca-Cola Company.

Mr. Astley obtained a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Richmond, and a Master of Business Administration from the Kenan-Flagler Business School, The University of North Carolina.

Glatfelter
Glatfelter is a global supplier of specialty papers and fiber-based engineered materials, offering innovation, world-class service and over a century and a half of technical expertise. Headquartered in York, PA, the company serves customers in over 100 countries. U.S. operations include facilities in Pennsylvania and Ohio. International operations include facilities in Canada, Germany, France, the United Kingdom and the Philippines, and sales and distribution offices in China and Russia. Glatfelter’s sales approximate $1.7 billion annually and its common stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol GLT.


Bryan Haynes

Bryan Haynes, Ph.D., Director of Research and Engineering in Global Nonwovens, Kimberly-Clark Corporation – Vice Chair of Finance, INDA

Dr. Haynes is the Director of Research and Engineering in Global Nonwovens at Kimberly-Clark Corporation. He has been with Kimberly-Clark for 26 years and has 43 U.S. Patents and 13 Trade Secrets. Dr. Haynes received his B.S. and M.S. in Aerospace Engineering and Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Tennessee.

He is also an Adjunct Professor at The University of Tennessee in the Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Biomedical Engineering. Dr. Haynes serves on the External Advisory Board for the School of Materials Science and Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology and on the Board of Directors as Secretary for Georgia FIRST which is a non-profit organization that supports STEM programs in Georgia, including FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics, Lego League, etc.

Kimberly-Clark Corporation
With more than 144 years of innovation, Kimberly-Clark and its well-known global brands are an indispensable part of life for people in more than 175 countries. Every day, nearly a quarter of the world’s population trust K-C’s brands and the solutions they provide to enhance their health, hygiene and well-being. With brands such as Kleenex, Scott, HUGGIES, Pull-Ups, Kotex and Depend, Kimberly-Clark holds No. 1 or No. 2 share positions in 80 countries.


Todd Bassett, Managing Director, Fi-Tech, Inc. – Past Chairman, INDA

Mr. Bassett isManaging Director with Fi-Tech, Inc, a Manufacturer’s Rep Agency serving the nonwovens and synthetic fibers industries. He has been with Fi-Tech for 25 years and is currently the Chairman, INDA.

Fi-Tech Inc.
Fi-Tech sells machinery and process components to the Nonwovens Industry and serves the North American Market through offices in Richmond, VA and San Luis Potosi, Mexico.


Lewis Barnhardt

Lewis Barnhardt, President/COO, Barnhardt Manufacturing Company

Mr. Barnhardt serves as President / Chief Operating Officer for Barnhardt Manufacturing Company. Over his 30-year career with Barnhardt, he has held a variety of commercial and operational roles to lead the company to its market leadership today.

Barnhardt Manufacturing Company
Barnhardt Manufacturing Company, a privately held, family owned business, was founded in 1900 by Thomas M. Barnhardt. With corporate headquarters in Charlotte, NC, the Company has additional facilities in Mount Airy, NC, Kinston, NC, Dalton, GA, Griswoldville, MA, Clearfield, UT and Reno, NV. Its products are distributed on six of the seven continents.


Mary Liz Cahill

Mary Liz Cahill, Business Development Manager, SWM International (formerly Conwed Plastics) AMS Division (Advanced Materials and Structures)

Ms. Cahill is responsible for finding new opportunities/applications to grow the AMS business with the technologies/products SWM offers. Prior to joining Conwed, she worked for over 20 years with H.B. Fuller.

SWM International
SWM International is headquartered in Alpharetta, GA, publicly traded (NYSE) doing business in over 90 countries with 22 production locations worldwide and over 3100 employees.


Philip Champagne, President, Groz-Beckert USA, Inc.

Mr. Champagne is President of Groz-Beckert USA responsible for all sales and technical developments for North, Central and South America. He has 38 years of experience in the field of textiles. Prior to his current position Mr. Champagne was responsible for Groz-Beckert’s sales and manufacturing facility in Quebec, Canada. He holds multiple degrees in Science, Engineering and Business.

Groz-Beckert
Groz-Beckert is the world’s leading provider of industrial machine needles, precision parts and fine tools, as well as systems and services for the production and joining of textile fabrics. All around the world, our products and services support the textile processes of knitting, weaving, felting, tufting, carding and sewing.

Our family-owned company operates production sites in Germany, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Portugal, the USA, India, China, and Vietnam. Numerous sales affiliates and sales partners complement our international presence with sales to over 150 countries.


Tonny De Beer, Senior Director of Technology and Product Development, PFNonwovens Holding s.r.o

Tonny de Beer is the Senior Director of Technology and Product Development at PFNonwovens. He is responsible for the development and commercialization of nonwoven fabrics for hygiene, medical and wipes applications. He has been with PFN since November 2018. Prior to that, he spent his career with the Procter & Gamble Company.

PFNonwovens Holding s.r.o
PFNonwovens Holding s.r.o is a global company that was formed out of the merger by R2G, a Czech Family Wealth management firm of Pegas and First Quality’s Nonwoven division in 2018. PFN develops and supplies innovative nonwoven fabrics and engineered textiles to the hygiene, medical, wipes and agricultural industries. PFN is one of the largest nonwoven companies in the world with manufacturing sites in Pennsylvania, The Czech Republic, Egypt, China and South Africa. 


Luca di Benedetto

Luca di Benedetto, President, ATEX, Inc.

Mr. di Benedetto is President of ATEX, Inc. and Director of The ATEX Group, a privately owned international spunbond, meltblown, and composite nonwovens manufacturer. Mr. di Benedetto has been with ATEX for 24 years, transferring from Italy to the U.S. in 2000 to begin and manage operations of the Gainesville, Georgia manufacturing facility. Prior to ATEX, Mr. di Benedetto completed a degree in Economics and Business Administration in Milan, Italy.

The ATEX Group
Founded in 1993, ATEX is a privately owned, international spunbond, meltblown, and composite nonwovens manufacturer with operations located in Milan, Italy and Gainesville, Georgia. The products offered are diversified into many different markets, such as: hygiene, medical, industrial, agriculture, sorbents, wipes, filtration, automotive, and more. The ATEX vision is to deliver quality and technically advanced nonwoven rolled good products by focusing on research, technology, employee development, and certified production processes to achieve the highest customer satisfaction and innovative solutions. The Company continuously works to supply flexibility and quick, targeted services required to support rapidly changing businesses and developing markets.


Ricardo Fasolo

Ricardo Fasolo, Managing Vice President, Fitesa Inc.

Ricardo Fasolo is Managing Vice President for Fitesa in North America. He is responsible for all operations, sales, business development and all the P&L related activities for the region. Mr. Fasolo has been with Fitesa since 2005. During this period, he has worked on various roles from leading the supply chain management in Latin America to Sales in the USA. Prior to join Fitesa, Mr. Fasolo was working for a Tier 1 supplier for OEM responsible for producing assisted steering gear systems.

Fitesa
Fitesa is a leader in the nonwoven fabrics industry, specializing in providing innovative fabrics for the hygiene, medical, and industrial markets. Fitesa makes Spunmelt, Carded, Airlaid, and Specialty fabrics for applications in baby care, feminine hygiene, and adult incontinence, as well as medical, agricultural, and industrial products. Fitesa operates 13 manufacturing locations in 9 countries.


Oscar Fontalvo, President NA, Fibertex Nonwovens

Mr. Fontalvo received a BA in Textile Technology and an MBA from the Kenan Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina.  He has over 20 years’ experience working in the nonwovens industry in North America primarily in the marketing and sales arenas.  Ten of those years were with Freudenberg Nonwovens, supplemented by time with Avgol and Jacob-Holm prior to his joining Fibertex Nonwovens three years ago.  He is currently responsible for the sales and operations of the two North American Fibertex Nonwovens plants, one in Ingleside, IL and one in Gray Court, SC.

Fibertex Nonwovens, LLC
Fibertex Nonwovens is the leading global partner in technical and innovative performance –based material and nonwovens solutions. Fibertex is wholly-owned by Schouw & Co, and is headquartered in Aalborg, DK where the business was founded in 1968. We have production facilities in Denmark, France, Czech Republic, Turkey USA, South Africa and Brazil as well as 13 sales offices serving more than 70 countries. Fibertex has more than 1000 employees.


John Iarocci, Senior Director, Pipeline Strategy, Nice-Pak Products, Inc.

Mr. Iarocci is Senior Director for Nice-Pak Products, in charge of new product innovation. He has been with Nice-Pak since 2008 where he held various roles in Quality, Project Management and R&D. Prior to Nice-Pak he worked in vaccine manufacturing at Wyeth Biotech. Mr. Iarocci obtained a Bachelor and Master of Science in Chemical Engineering from Manhattan College and a Master of Business Administration from the New York University Stern School of Business.

Nice-Pak Products, Inc.
Nice-Pak is a family-owned global business that has pioneered wet wipes for nearly 60 years since our founder Arthur Julius invented the world’s first disposable wet napkin: Wet-Nap®. Today, Nice-Pak is the world’s leading producer of wet wipes, developing hundreds of products for the consumer, foodservice, healthcare and other commercial markets to help families live cleaner, healthier lives.


Lynda Kelly

Lynda Kelly, Senior Vice President – Care Business, Suominen Nonwovens

Ms. Kelly is the Senior Vice President of the Care business for Suominen Nonwovens responsible for the development and execution of the strategy for the hygiene and medical business area. She has extensive experience in global nonwovens organizations implementing sales, marketing and business development. Prior to joining Suominen, she was at First Quality Nonwovens as the Global Director of Medical and Wipes responsible for the establishment of First Quality Nonwovens in the medical and wipes merchant market. Prior to joining First Quality, she was a Business Unit Manager for Medical & Consumer Fabrics for BBA Nonwovens/Veratec/International Paper. She is currently an advisory board member for a hygiene start up called ATTN:Grace. A member of the prestigious Boston Club, for recognizing women leaders in business and community.

Suominen
Suominen manufactures nonwovens as roll goods for wipes as well as for medical and hygiene products (Care business area). The end products made of Suominen’s nonwovens – wet wipes, feminine care products and swabs, for instance – bring added value to the daily life of consumers worldwide. Suominen is the global market leader in nonwovens for wipes and employs over 650 people in Europe and in the Americas. Suominen’s net sales in 2017 amounted to EUR 426.0 million and operating profit to EUR 15.0 million. The Suominen share (SUY1V) is listed in Nasdaq Helsinki Stock Exchange (Mid Cap).


Corey Newsom, Sr. Global Marketing Communications Manager for Dow Packaging & Specialty Plastics, The Dow Chemical Company

Mr. Newsom leads global marketing communications for the Health and Hygiene business which focuses on development and manufacturing of polyethylene resins and adhesives for nonwovens applications. He has been with Dow for more than 13 years serving a variety of market segments including food and specialty packaging, wire & cable, consumer durables and pipe and irrigation. 

The Dow Chemical Company
Founded in 1897, Dow has a long history of innovation in chemicals, plastics, silicones and other materials essential to human progress. Dow is focused on becoming the most innovative, customer-centric, inclusive and sustainable materials science company in the world. 


Noah Nichols, Vice President Supply Chain, Propex Geosolutions

Mr. Nichols is VP of Supply Chain for Propex Geosolutions with responsibilities for global sourcing, planning & scheduling, customer service, logistics and key account management for the geosynthetic and automotive market segments.  He has been with Propex Operating Company, LLC since 1996 where he started after graduating from the Georgia Institute of Technology, BSISYE.

Propex Geosolutions
Propex Geosolutions is a Chattanooga, TN based company that provides products and solutions to improve the efficiency, cost and longevity for civil infrastructure, environmental containment and slope stabilization construction projects.


Richard Palmer

Richard Palmer, President & Co-Founder, Nehemiah Manufacturing

Mr. Palmer is President and Co-Founder of Nehemiah Manufacturing. Prior to Nehemiah, he founded Cascades Advisory Group, a strategy and operations consulting firm. Mr. Palmer has also held management positions with Deloitte Consulting, Procter & Gamble and Ernst & Young Consulting. He received his Masters of Business Administration from The University of Michigan and his Bachelors of Science from Miami University.

Nehemiah Manufacturing
Nehemiah is a profit with a purpose company focused on building consumer brands, while also providing second chance job opportunities to individuals with criminal records and/or a history of addiction. In support of their mission to Build Brands, Create Jobs and Change Lives, over 80% of Nehemiah’s operations team has a felony in their background. Nehemiah markets leading national brands including Kandoo Wipes, Boogie Wipes, Downy Wrinkle Releaser and Febreze in Wash Odor Eliminator.


Chris Peart, President/CEO, Tenowo, Inc.

Mr. Peart is the President and CEO of Tenowo, Inc., which is the North American division of Tenowo GmbH. He has been with Tenowo for three years and has worked in sales, product engineering and business development within the nonwovens industry over 19 years.

Tenowo
With sites in Europe, North America and Asia, Tenowo GmbH is a market leader in the development and manufacture of innovative technical textile products and nonwovens. Globally, Tenowo has become one of the leading suppliers of technical nonwovens for the automotive industry, as well as other industrial applications. For more than a quarter of a century, Tenowo Inc. has produced innovative nonwovens in Lincolnton, North Carolina. With an emphasis on individualized solutions for customers, you can find Tenowo nonwovens in nearly all cars manufactured in the North American market.


Rob Stollar, Global Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Spuntech Industries Inc.

Mr. Stollar is the Global Vice President of Sales and Marketing for NR Spuntech, a global spunlace/hydroentangled producer with headquarters in Israel and locations in the US.  Spuntech is a global supplier of spunlace serving the US, EU, Central South America and the Asian markets. He has a Master’s Degree in Finance from the University of North Carolina in Greensboro and an undergraduate degree from Salem International University.  Mr. Stollar has been working for Spuntech since 2008. Prior to Spuntech he was with Vita Nonwovens. 

Spuntech Industries
Spuntech Industries was founded in 1996 in Tiberias, Israel, and is currently traded on the Tel Aviv stock exchange. Spuntech is a dynamic developer, manufacturer and supplier of spunlace hydroentangled fabrics.  Spuntech operates five state-of-the-art production lines, each with its own unique capabilities, enabling them to meet an expansive range of customer needs.  Throughout its 20 years of successful operation, Spuntech has combined cutting edge equipment with proprietary IP technology and knowledge, acquired through highly skilled teams of engineers and technicians in 3 production sites across the world.


Lee West, Group VP, Global Operations, Domtar Personal Care

Mr. West is Group VP of Supply Chain and Product Design for Domtar Personal Care and a member of their Global Leadership Team with responsibilities for Global Supply Chain, Global Product Design, Global Procurement, Information Technology, Business Intelligence and Digital Services.  He has been with Domtar Personal Care since 2006.

Domtar Personal Care
Domtar’s Personal Care division was created in 2011 with the purchase of Attends Healthcare, and has since grown through multiple strategic acquisitions and investments. Today, Domtar is a leading manufacturer of high-quality and innovative absorbent hygiene products with four manufacturing plants that serve customers primarily in North America and Europe.  Each year DPC manufactures and ships millions of products for adults, babies and children that help improve their quality of life.


Jon Woods, General Manager, Textiles and Nonwovens, Eastman Chemical Company

Mr. Woods is the General Manager of Eastman’s Textiles and Nonwovens business and is based at Eastman’s headquarters in Kingsport, Tennessee. He assumed this position in May of 2017. He joined Eastman in 1989 and has held a number of different positions in technology, corporate strategy, innovation, and business leadership.  Mr. Woods has previously served on INDA’s Board from 2015-2017. He holds a BS and MS in biomedical engineering from the University of Tennessee, and an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.

Eastman Chemical Company
Eastman is a global specialty chemical company that produces a broad range of products found in items people use every day. With a portfolio of specialty businesses, Eastman works with customers to deliver innovative products and solutions while maintaining a commitment to safety and sustainability.  In 2013, the company launched the revolutionary Eastman Cyphrex™ Microfibers for the nonwovens industry.


INDA’s Executive Committee


Paul Marold

Paul Marold, President, Lydall Performance Materials – Chairman, INDA

Mr. Marold is President of Lydall Performance Materials. He was formerly the Chief Operating Officer of Sontara®, a member of the Jacob Holm Group.  Prior to joining Sontara®, Mr. Marold held executive positions at CLARCOR, American Air Filter and Ahlstrom Oy, where he was Senior Vice President of Advanced Nonwovens.

He has been a member of INDA since 2001 and has served on the Board of Directors and Executive Committee including serving as Chairman of the Board from 2010 to 2012.

Lydall
Lydall, Inc. is a New York Stock Exchange listed company, headquartered in Manchester, Connecticut with global manufacturing operations producing specialty engineered products for the thermal/acoustical and filtration/separation markets.


Christopher Astley

Christopher Astley, President-Advanced Airlaid Materials Business, Glatfelter – Vice Chair of Planning, INDA

Mr. Astley is President-Advanced Airlaid Materials for Glatfelter, a $1.7 billion NYSE-listed global producer of specialty papers and fiber-based engineered materials.

Mr. Astley joined Glatfelter in August 2010 as Vice President of Corporate Strategy, and was later promoted to Senior Vice President, Corporate Strategy, in January 2014.

Before joining Glatfelter, he was an entrepreneur leading a privately held business from 2004 until 2010. Prior to that, Mr. Astley held positions with Accenture, a global management consulting firm, and The Coca-Cola Company.

Mr. Astley obtained a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Richmond, and a Master of Business Administration from the Kenan-Flagler Business School, The University of North Carolina.

Glatfelter
Glatfelter is a global supplier of specialty papers and fiber-based engineered materials, offering innovation, world-class service and over a century and a half of technical expertise. Headquartered in York, PA, the company serves customers in over 100 countries. U.S. operations include facilities in Pennsylvania and Ohio. International operations include facilities in Canada, Germany, France, the United Kingdom and the Philippines, and sales and distribution offices in China and Russia. Glatfelter’s sales approximate $1.7 billion annually and its common stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol GLT.


Bryan Haynes, Ph.D., Director of Research and Engineering in Global Nonwovens, Kimberly-Clark Corporation – Vice Chair of Finance, INDA

Dr. Haynes is the Director of Research and Engineering in Global Nonwovens at Kimberly-Clark Corporation. He has been with Kimberly-Clark for 26 years and has 43 U.S. Patents and 13 Trade Secrets. Dr. Haynes received his B.S. and M.S. in Aerospace Engineering and Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Tennessee.

He is also an Adjunct Professor at The University of Tennessee in the Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Biomedical Engineering. Dr. Haynes serves on the External Advisory Board for the School of Materials Science and Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology and on the Board of Directors as Secretary for Georgia FIRST which is a non-profit organization that supports STEM programs in Georgia, including FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics, Lego League, etc.

Kimberly-Clark Corporation
With more than 144 years of innovation, Kimberly-Clark and its well-known global brands are an indispensable part of life for people in more than 175 countries. Every day, nearly a quarter of the world’s population trust K-C’s brands and the solutions they provide to enhance their health, hygiene and well-being. With brands such as Kleenex, Scott, HUGGIES, Pull-Ups, Kotex and Depend, Kimberly-Clark holds No. 1 or No. 2 share positions in 80 countries.


Todd Bassett, Managing Director, Fi-Tech, Inc. – Past Chairman, INDA

Mr. Bassett is Managing Director with Fi-Tech, Inc, a Manufacturer’s Rep Agency serving the Nonwovens and Synthetic Fibers Industries. He has been with Fi-Tech for 25 years and is currently the Chairman, INDA.

Fi-Tech Inc.
Fi-Tech sells machinery and process components to the Nonwovens Industry and serves the North American Market through offices in Richmond, VA and San Luis Potosi, Mexico.


Paul Latten, Director of Research & Development & New Business, Southeast Nonwovens, Inc. – Executive Committee Appointee

Paul Latten is Director of Research & Development at Southeast Nonwovens, Inc.  He brings to this role 25+ years’ experience in the synthetic fiber and polymer industry working in research & development, manufacturing, business analysis, sales, business development and P&L leadership.  He has had senior leadership roles at Invista, Consolidated Fibers and Basofil LLC.  He has also been a strong supporter of INDA and served as Chairman of the Board from 2008 to 2010.  An inventor with four patents, Mr. Latten is magna cum laude graduate of North Carolina State University in the department of Textile Engineering and Science.

Southeast Nonwovens
Southeast Nonwovens is a privately held company with a 21-year history as a leading provider of independent, innovative and discreet contract research and development services for the nonwovens and paper industries. We also provide contract manufacturing and converting for small scale and specialized nonwovens. Our materials and polymer science experience has served customers across a range of industries – including hygiene, medical, insulation, filtration, battery separator, automotive, aviation, composites, building products, agriculture and more.


Nick Santoleri, VP of Manufacturing & Strategic Sourcing, Rockline Industries – Executive Committee Appointee

Mr. Santoleri is VP of Manufacturing & Strategic Sourcing for Rockline Industries and a member of their Executive Leadership team with responsibility for global manufacturing of folded wet wipes, nonwovens sourcing, and engineering.  He has been with Rockline since October 1999.  Prior to that he spent his career with Kimberly-Clark Corporation.

Rockline Industries
Rockline Industries is a Wisconsin based, family-owned company founded in 1976.  It is one of the world’s largest private-label manufacturers of wet wipes and coffee filters, employing over 2,200 people worldwide.


Homer Swei, Associate Director, Product Stewardship, Johnson & Johnson Consumer, Inc. – Executive Committee Appointee

Mr. Swei has worked with Johnson & Johnson for 34 years in various roles from polymer research to many different technology and product development positions across the different consumer businesses. He currently is Associate Director, Product Stewardship, where he is responsible to bring in new technology and innovations for use in Johnson & Johnson’s product lines, including baby and adult wipes, hygiene products, and wound management products.

Johnson & Johnson Consumer, Inc.
Johnson & Johnson is a multinational medical device, pharmaceutical and consumer packaged goods manufacturer founded in 1886.


Tom Zaiser

Tom Zaiser, CEO, FiberVisions – Executive Committee Appointee

Mr. Zaiser is a Chemical Engineering graduate from the University of Delaware with more than 35 years of experience in the Chemical Industry. Mr. Zaiser began his career with Hercules Incorporated in the Pulp & Paper Industry, holding a number of senior positions within Hercules before joining FiberVisions in 2005 as President & General Manager of ES FiberVisions, a 50/50 joint venture between FiberVisions and JNC of Japan in the area of Bicomponent fibers. Mr. Zaiser was appointed Chief Marketing Officer of FiberVisions after it was acquired by Indorama Ventures PCL in 2012. Since 2014, Mr. Zaiser has served as the CEO of FiberVisions and the COO of ES FiberVisions.

FiberVisions
FiberVisions is a wholly owned subsidiary of Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited, and is the global leader in developing, manufacturing and marketing polypropylene staple fibers for the Hygiene industry. ES FiberVisions, a joint venture with Japanese company JNC, is the world’s leading supplier of polyolefin bicomponent fibers. FiberVisions operates plants in the US, Denmark, and China; while ES FiberVisions operates plants in China and Thailand and is supported by additional JNC plants in China and Japan. FiberVisions has been in the synthetic fibers business for more than 50 years and prides itself on using proprietary technology and state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities to supply innovative products to customers in industries such as hygiene, textiles, automotive and construction.

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