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Ober To Add Spunlaced Line.

Roll goods producer Ober S/A, Sao Paulo, Brazil, plans to invest $15 million for the addition of a spunlaced nonwovens line. The 12,000 square meter line--which is expected to be onstream at the end of 2000--will have a capacity of 80 linear meters per minute. The new line is expected to add $11 million to Ober's sales in 2001 and reach a projected $36 million in 2003. Ober produces nonwoven roll goods for the footwear, automotive, industrial filtration and wipes markets.
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Publication:Nonwovens Industry
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Geographic Code:3BRAZ
Date:Mar 1, 2000
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