25 years of non-woven production and export experience.
A number of high-quality suppliers of large luggage brands.
Strictly passed ISO9001, GRS, SGS and other certifications.
The company has five warehouses overseas.
Since 1997, the company has focused on the production of nonwoven products, mainly engaged in pp spunbond nonwoven fabrics, meltblown nonwoven fabrics, sms nonwoven fabrics, pe laminated nonwoven fabrics, spunlace nonwoven fabrics, pet nonwoven and other nonwoven fabrics. We have two production parks of more than 100 acres, with branches in Hong Kong, Vietnam, the Philippines, Myanmar, Indonesia and other places. The Group's non-woven products have established long-term friendly cooperative relations with world-renowned luggage, handbags and footwear brands and factories such as Coach, Michael Kors, Kate Spade, Tory Burch, Calvin Klein, Chanel, Prada, Under Armour, Dissona, etc. The products have passed ISO9001, ISO13485, GRS quality certification and EU SGS, ROHS, REACH and other environmental testing.
Laminated nonwoven fabric is used in a wide range of applications, including medical and hygiene products, packaging materials, industrial applications, and more. Some common uses include disposable medical gowns, surgical drapes, protective clothing, tote bags, and outdoor furniture covers.
Laminated nonwoven fabric is lightweight, durable, and resistant to moisture and other environmental factors. It is also cost-effective and easy to produce, making it an ideal material for many different applications.
The recyclability of laminated nonwoven fabric depends on the specific materials used in the lamination process. In some cases, the fabric may be recyclable, while in other cases it may not be. It is important to check with the manufacturer or a recycling facility to determine whether a particular laminated nonwoven fabric can be recycled.
Laminated nonwoven fabric is made by bonding together two or more layers of nonwoven fabric with a layer of adhesive material, typically a thermoplastic material. The layers are bonded together using heat or pressure to create a strong and durable material.