AstenJohnson Invests $2.5 Million at Its Dryer Fabrics Plant in Kanata, Ontario
The new high-speed loom in Kanata will address the increased demand for locally supplied Dryer fabrics in the US and Canadian markets.
Oct. 7, 2020 - AstenJohnson's Board of Directors recently approved an investment of US$2.5 million for the installation of a new high-speed loom in the company's Kanata, Ontario (Canada) Dryer plant. The investment will address the increased demand for locally supplied Dryer fabrics in the US and Canadian markets.
AstenJohnson noted that it is also hiring new associates to match the increase in production as well as provide excellent customer service.
AstenJohnson expects the new loom to be operational during the first quarter of 2021.
AstenJohnson is a global manufacturer for the paper industry, supplying paper machine clothing and advanced filtration fabrics to papermakers around the world. The company employs approximately 2,000 people and has headquarters in Charleston, South Carolina (USA). For further information, visit: