Monadnock Non-Wovens, LLC of Mount Pocono, Pennsylvania was selected as the February 2012 “Made in Northeastern PA” featured manufacturer. 

Monadnock Non-Wovens LLC (MNW) is a manufacturer of meltblown synthetic media roll goods for a wide variety of technical applications. Founded in 1998, MNW has the unique distinction of having a management team with extensive experience in meltblown and specialty non-wovens technology. In addition to meltblown, MNW offers its customers the value-added processes of charge enhancement, laminating, and calendering. In addition media can be enhanced with unique additives, colors, resins and media treatments to create customized, high performance value-added media.

MNW provides customer solutions through product innovations that meet or exceed the most technical client requirements. MNW solutions evolve from strong client partnerships. This two-way, confidential, exchange of requirements and technical information can greatly speed product development, be it the improvement of existing products or creation of new ones. This one-to-one development process leads to enduring product solutions.  MNW offers its customers the benefit of a fully equipped applications product development laboratory to ensure that the design of new products and new materials will work. From laboratory product design, to on-machine trialing, to scale up runs and ongoing manufacturing, Monadnock Non-Wovens works directly with its customers to manufacture materials that assure product consistency, precision of client processing and superior end-use product performance.

MNW focuses on consistent high quality production offering excellent value for money.

February’s “Made in Northeastern PA” feature was also co-sponsored by Rosenn, Jenkins & Greenwald LLP,  a regional law firm in northeastern Pennsylvania with three offices located in Wilkes-Barre, Scranton and Hazleton and Pension Plan Consultants, LLC, employee benefit plan administrators and consultants with offices in the Wilkes Barre/Scranton and Philadelphia areas.

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