KUWAIT: Work Begins On $80m Nonwoven Plant
Work begins next month on an $80 million nonwoven fabric factory in West Shuaiba, Kuwait. Officials from the Kuwaiti Public Authority for Industry said the plant, which will cover an area of 14,000 sq m, will have an annual output of 50,000 metric tonnes of nonwoven airlaid single and composite layer fabrics.
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