The Netherlands. Multi-national manufacturing company, active in chemicals, plastics, man-made fibers and specialty materials for industrial, textiles and nonwovens, and medical and hygiene applications. Calendar of events. Global man-made fiber statistics. Multi-lingual textile dictionary. English, Dutch and German.
Poland. Electro-cunductive and anti-bacterial fibers from polyester, polyamide and polyacrylonitrile polymers for the carpet, upholstery and filtration media industries. Also, organic fertilizers and granulated aggregates. English and Polish.
USA. One- or bicomponent staple fibers for the textile and nonwovens industries, from a variety of melt spinnable polymers and with custom tailored cross sections. Comprehensive product information and specifications. On-line articles. Links to related sites.
USA. Multi-national chemicals and health care company. The nonwovens business produces spunbond, spunlace and composite fabrics for various industrial uses. Du Pont's fiber production includes polyamide, polyester, spandex, kevlar and a variety of other specialty fibers in staple and filament form.
Japan. Chemicals production and processing corporation with production facilities on all continents. Its fiber businesses manufacture aramid, nylon, acetate, polyvinyl chloride and polyester filament and staple fiber. The company is focused on developing processes for the production of high quality fiber from recycled materials.
Japan. Versatile polymer chemicals manufacturing company, active in synthetic fibers and resisns, carbon and optical fibers, composite materials and high-performance membranes. Staple fiber and continuous filaments for the textile and nonwovens industries, from polyester, polypropylene, acrylic, and di- and triacetate. English and Japanese.