Neenah, Inc is pleased to announce a large capital investment in a new headbox for the paper machine at the Neenah Gessner mill in Bruckmühl, Germany.
If bonding failures occur, more than 90% of these result from errors committed during the adhesive bonding process and not from the substandard quality of the adhesive itself. DIN 2304 is a new German standardisation project on quality requirements for adhesive bonding processes. Currently this standard is restricted to the production of structural/load-bearing adhesive bonds in defined safety areas, although it could be applied to areas other than structural bonding in the future. It could also impact and extend to businesses and industries at European and global levels. Afera is monitoring the impact of this standard on adhesive tape users.
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Ralf Heiligtag, former Managing Director of tape manufacturer VITO Irmen GmbH & Co. KG of Remagen, Germany, retired on 30th June , 2018 after having successfully led the company for more than eleven years.
Afera, the European Adhesive Tape Association, announced today the resounding success of its 1st Global Adhesive Tape Summit, which boasted a sold-out programme of market and technical lectures, a company visit of Neenah Gessner GmbH, and biennial international test method and standards committee meetings.
New corporate identity undercores PPM’s commitment to evolve customerexpectations
Realignment of management in the UK and Hungary
On behalf of the European tape community, we at Afera would like to extend our sincerest condolences to the family, friends, and VPF and Henkel co-workers of Dr. Rauberger, who is memorialised in their letter below.
Afera, the European Adhesive Tape Association, announced today its launch of the 1st Global Adhesive Tape Summit, a unique event bringing together companies along the adhesive tape value chain of not only Europe, but Asia, North America and the Middle East, for 4 days of learning about current technical advancements and market conditions, meeting on standardisation issues, and networking with industry leaders.