09.05.2017 - 12.05.2017 — Hall: 3.1 Stand: J 66
Mogul was founded in 1997 to produce and market nonwoven and composite products.
Mogul offers a vast array of nonwoven products and composites to their customers which include:
Flatbond with Round and Trilobal shaped fibers
Pointbond with Round and Trilobal shaped fibers
b) Bicomponent (PET/CoPet)
· Flatbond with Round and Trilobal shaped fibers
Meltblown - SM, SMS, MMM
Extrusion coated laminated fabrics
Converted Composites made from nonwovens and other composites
Major markets served include: Air and Liquid Filtration, Wipes, Building/Construction, Spill Control, Coating Substrates, Bedding / Furniture, Packaging, Automotive, Landscape, Agriculture, Hygiene-Medical, Cable wrapping, Fabric Softener Sheets.
Three parallel Spunlace Lines (3.2m widths)
One cross lap spunlace line (3.2m widths)
Four PP Spunbond lines (1.6, 2.2, 2.5, 3.2m widths),
Two PET Spunbond (monopet) lines (3.2m widths),
One Bicomponent PET spunbond line (3.65m widths)
One Microfilament PET/PA6 line (3.0m widths)
Four meltblown lines (1.6m widths).
Other capabilities include: a foam coating machine, an extrusion coating line, wide width welding machine, PEVA film machine, and a converting facility to produce spill control products.
Mogul headquarters and first plant are located in Gaziantep with an area of 25,000 sqm. A second site was built in Istanbul in 2002 for domestic sales and warehousing. A third production plant of 20,000 sqm was built in Gaziantep in 2007. A fourth production site 56,000 sqm has been acquired in Luleburgaz, 100km from Istanbul, and the initial plant of 10,000 sqm is under roof. Approximately 450 people are employed at the company’s three operating sites.
Mogul made its first overseas investment in the United States in Gray Court, SC by purchasing an existing 8,500 sqm facility for its fifth site. The plant will be known as Mogul South Carolina Nonwovens and will focus initially on production of Spunlace nonwovens for medical, wet wipes and personal hygiene applications. Mogul plans to use the new site for additional expansions to further broaden its product line. The line in South Carolina will position Mogul to better serve its North American customers with their diverse offering of nonwoven products.
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