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Lystil acquires Tamlon Oy.

The French Sibille-Dalle group, through its subsidiary Lystil SA, Brignoud, France, has acquired in totality the shares of Tamlon Oy, Tampere, Finland. Tamlon Oy was jointly owed by Tampella, Skopbank and industrialization Fund of Finland and specializes in the manufacture of wet laid nonwoven fabrics. With annual production of 2600 tons per year, the company produces fabric for use in filtration, wiping, medical and other industrial applications.

The purchase will enable Lystil to double its nonwovens capacity, while the Sibille-Dalle group and its parent company Sibille SA are looking to specialize and extend their positions throughout Europe. Frantex, Tamlon's French converting subsidiary, was sold separately.
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Publication:Nonwovens Industry
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Date:Nov 1, 1992
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