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Jetline Enters the Nonwoven bag market

| Wednesday November 5th, 2008 | 0 Comments

jetline33.pngThis is a guest post by John Simonetta owner of Proforma Green an eco-friendly promotional items consultancy. John’s blogs are designed to keep us up to date on the “greening” of his industry.
Jetline (Jetlinepromo.com) has entered the Nonwoven bag market with a 80 GSM Nonwoven Polypropylene tote. Their large tote runs $1.49 at EQP with one color imprint with their standard tote running at $1.28.
Jetline has been a good producer in the past so I am curious to see how these bags work out for them.
A reminder, nonwoven bags are made from structures bonded together by entangling fiber mechanically. They are flat and porous sheets that are made directly from separate (often recycled) fibers. They are not made by weaving or knitting and do not require converting the fibers to yarn. Some nonwoven products are made from recycled material and some are biodegradable.
Jetline’s items are advertised as recycled but not biodegradable. The company said in an email that they deliberately went with duration of use as opposed to biodegradability with these items. Still they do have a very large selection of colors to choose from.


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