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Thrace expands its nonwovens into new markets

Products | March 5, 2012 | By:

Benefit from company’s technology, flexibility, expertise extolled

Thrace-LINQ, a supplier of woven and nonwoven geosynthetic technical fabrics, announced in a Feb. 28 press release that it is making market expansions with its needlepunched nonwoven product lines. The company said that “capitalizing on its state-of-the-art manufacturing capabilities, [it] has extended its line into new markets including industrial, automotive, building materials, absorbency, furniture, and bedding.”

The release noted that “needlepunch fabrics are a popular choice for a range of applications from furniture construction to oil spill absorption and containment.” The South Carolina-based company said that market interest in these materials continues to grow.

The release said: “Thrace-LINQ offers customized and precision competitive solutions in raw material selection, processes, technical and customer support and distribution strength. The company’s advanced fiber processing capabilities allow for the use of a list of polymers, including polypropylene, polyester, polyethylene, and polymer and color blends.”

“Thrace-LINQ has always been known for technical expertise, quality, and service,” said Brian Sparks, Thrace-LINQ market development manager for industrial and specialty products. “Our ongoing product expansions are evidence of our commitment to using our technical capabilities and strong industry relationships to better meet the needs of previously untapped and underserved markets.”

Source: Vantage Point PR

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