Dennis Norman PGI Nonwovens

December 2006
Nonwovens Industry;Dec2006, Vol. 37 Issue 12, p28
The article presents a business review and forecast offered by Dennis Norman, vice-president of strategic planning and communication at PGI Nonwovens. According to Norman, PGI is still optimistic on the industry's outlook even though 2006 was a transition year for the industry which is marked by increased global competition and commodization of product in some segments. Moreover, PGI aims to be the innovative leader in nonwovens through the introduction of new products and technologies in 2007.


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