Gain the edge in nonwovens and engineered materials: learn the basics in nonwoven manufacturing and process knowledge.
With a focus toward professionals who are new to nonwovens, this 1.5-day course provides a platform for industry newcomers to recognize and appreciate the diversity of nonwovens and engineered materials. Participants learn the basics about nonwovens in simple, clear, concise language. The course reviews the basic nomenclature, production processes, fabric attributes, market uses and trends to understand products made with nonwovens and engineered materials and their marketplace.
Led by an industry and nonwoven expert, the Elementary Nonwovens Training Course uses personal instruction, visual aids, industry samples, and plant production videos to teach the essentials. The course includes fiber information, production methods, nonwoven attributes and comparisons, the value of finishes, world trends, and outlooks.
Gain the versatile and flexible business training to improve: Engineered materials knowledge; Career opportunities; Organizational development; Industry connections
Designed for professionals new to the nonwovens industry including: Administrative; Business development; Division management; Executives; Finance and accounting; Human resources; Legal; Marketing and sales; Purchase and supply chain
Manufacturing Processes and Techniques covered include: Fiber to Fabric; Airlaid; Carded; Wet laid; Polymer to Fabric; Meltblown; Spunbond; Bonding – Chemical; Hydroentangled; Needlepunched; Thermal
Chris Plotz, INDA, Director of Education and Technical Affairs and Brad Kalil, INDA, Director of Market Intelligence and Economic Insights