August 16, 2021
Not Your Grandmother's Yarn Shop
Not many paper machine clothing suppliers have in-house filament production. But AJ considers Williston to be a major competitive advantage. Not only does it ensure the quality and quantity of yarns that AJ demands, it drives innovation. Being part of a larger value chain permits Williston to develop and produce specialized filaments that might not be profitable as a standalone product but are extremely valuable as part of AJ’s overall offering to customers.
July 19, 2021
The Advanced Product Development facility in Kanata, Ontario (Canada), is a think tank of sorts: an exciting, experimental environment that centers around technical support for AstenJohnson products and the development of new solutions.
June 14, 2021
T Star™ to the Max
AstenJohnson is recognized as the North American market leader in tissue forming fabrics. And thanks to a concerted strategy to bring superior, innovative products to the tissue industry, AJ is widening the technology gap even further.
May 17, 2021
Environmentally Safe Fibers
In the past, industries knew a lot less about the environmental and health impacts of their processes and products. The paper industry was no exception. Today, we know a lot more and can take impressive actions.
April 19, 2021
Old-School Terminology and Exceptional Durability for Packaging
What do sheds, knuckles, and floats have to do with forming fabric life? These terms have deep roots in the textile industry, and even though today’s high-speed machinery for making paper machine clothing bears little resemblance to the wooden textile looms of old, these names are still in use.