In Brief

April 2004
Nonwovens Markets;4/22/2004, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p2
Reports on global developments related to the nonwoven fabrics industry in the U.S. Acquisition of Acordis Specialty Fibres by Bristol-Myers Squibb Co.; Purchase of the Atlantic Extrusion Co.'s assets and technology by Conwed Co.; Installation of a fifth production line at Isolite Insulating Products Co. Ltd.'s subsidiary in Taiwan.


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