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Nonwovens exhibition rescheduled for 2021

The Index 20 nonwovens exhibition, which had already been rescheduled from April to October, has now been postponed to 7-10 September 2021.

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Supreme Nonwovens acquires Adient’s interior trim and NVH components business

Supreme Nonwovens Group, one of India’s largest and most diversified nonwovens groups, has through its majority-owned Thai subsidiary Supreme Feltol Thailand acquired the automotive interior trims and noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) components business of Futuris Automotive, a subsidiary of US-based Adient.

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Insulation solutions for electric vehicles

With the removal of engine noise in electric vehicles (EVs), other noise sources become more apparent and require acoustic insulation treatment.

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Estonian start-up wins Green Alley Award for eco-friendly textile alternative to leather

Estonian materials start-up Gelatex Technologies has received the 2019 Green Alley Award. The company’s gelatine-based eco-friendly textile alternative to leather beat competition from five other start-ups in the circular economy during a live-pitch event in October in Berlin, Germany.

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Automotive issues to be addressed at UK nonwovens event

Several speakers will address issues concerning the automotive industry at the annual seminar of the UK’s Nonwovens Network, which will be held in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, on 5 December.

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China’s booming automotive market presents opportunities for nonwovens producers

China is the world’s undisputed front-runner in the global car market, leading the way in both production and sales.

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Protective shields for electric vehicles

Freudenberg Performance Materials has developed a new kind of galvanic nonwoven and is working with sister company Freudenberg Sealing Technologies on new solutions for housings to protect the components of electric vehicles from disruptions caused by electromagnetic waves.

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Freudenberg starts up new headliner production line in China

A new production line for car headliners has come into operation at the Suzhou, eastern China, plant of Freudenberg & Vilene Nonwovens, a joint venture between Japan Vilene and Freudenberg Performance Materials, the technical textiles specialist of the Freudenberg Group.

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Innovative nonwovens from recycled waste

France-based Laroche, a manufacturer of textile recycling, airlay web-forming and bast fibre processing equipment, is developing collaborative solutions to turn post-consumer products, such as clothing, carpets, car seats, airbags and mattresses, into usable fibres.

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