Web Industries allocates medical nonwoven material converting capacity for covid-19 response

Web Industries, a precision converter and contract manufacturing organization (CMO), is prepared to develop nonwoven and material converting solutions and is offering production capacity to support the manufacture of disposable medical products for the COVID-19 crisis.

Converting is an important step in the supply chain in which materials are formatted so that they can be run more efficiently on automated manufacturing lines.

Certified under ISO 14001 and ISO 9001, Web has multi-color, high-speed printing, slitting and traverse winding, or spooling, lines at its factory in Fort Wayne, the company’s Center of Excellence for converting personal and home care products. The recently expanded facility has state-of-the-art equipment for converting nonwoven materials. Web’s team is available to discuss how it can support manufacturers of personal protective equipment (PPE) and other medical consumables. Most disposable PPE products, such as surgical masks and protective gowns, are made of nonwoven materials.

Currently, Web converts ties and bindings for surgical masks at the Fort Wayne facility, which predominantly processes nonwoven materials for diapers and other personal and home care products.

Adrienne Green, director of sales, personal and home care, said:

“We are available to discuss how we can use our converting lines and expertise to help manufacturers meet demand for disposable medical products needed for the COVID-19 response. Our engineers are skilled at devising solutions for working with a wide variety of materials and converting them into formats that can be efficiently and seamlessly integrated into the end-product manufacturer’s operations.”

Web Industries is a domestic production source for all its business sectors, which include medical, aerospace, personal & home care, and industrial.

Temporary closure of the Omega Systemes Atlantique and Aquitaine sites
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, which constitutes a case of force majeure, and in application of French governmental directives, the health security measures taken by customers and suppliers required to close the Omega Systemes Atlantique and Omega Systemes Aquitaine plants at noon on Tuesday, March 17th, 2020. Because of the uncertain time frame surrounding the current health crisis, these facilities will be closed for an indefinite period of time. During this closure period, it will be impossible to receive or deliver materials at those sites.

Companies: Web Industries

Industries: Medical

Terms: News Worldwide

This article has been edited by Basalt.Today
This article has been written on JEC Composites Magazine
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