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Hobbs increases capacity.

With two new manufacturing facilities opening this year, Hobbs Bonded Fibers, Dallas, TX, is expanding to meet customer demands. The plants, in South Bound Brook, NJ and in Mexico, will increase the capacity of Hobbs' insulation products for the apparel industry.

Hobbs Bonded Fibers is a licensee for Du Pont insulations (the exclusive one in Mexico), the only manufacturer of "Thermolite" in North America and one of only two producers of "Micro-loft," a nonwoven fill material with properties similar to down.
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Title Annotation:Hobbs Bonded Fibers to open two manufacturing plants in South Bound Brook, New Jersey and Mexico
Publication:Nonwovens Industry
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Jun 1, 1992
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