Precision Converting and Outsource Manufacturing

Markets We Serve

Aerospace
Reputation. Innovation. Accountability. That’s why top aerospace companies trust us to bridge capability gaps and accelerate go-to-market success, addressing both product and process challenges.
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Medical
Successful companies know that early alignment with the right CMO makes all the difference when bringing new products to market. That’s why they turn to us for proven commercialization solutions.
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Personal & Home Care
The largest consumer packaged goods companies in the world rely on our large-format flexible material converting and printing services to deliver the speed-to-market advantage they need.
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Industrial
A premier provider of customized components and services, we partner with telecom, power and energy, technical textiles, medical, and transportation companies to support their next-generation products.
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Upcoming Events

10.16.18

CAMX, Dallas, TX

 Meet with Web at CAMX, an event to connect all aspects of the world’s composites and advanced materials communities.

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10.23.18

Advanced Lateral Flow Course, San Diego, CA

This three-day lateral flow seminar is aimed at developers and manufacturers of rapid diagnostic tests and their associated products.

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Latest News

Web Industries will Highlight Custom-made Laminated Shielding and Insulation Solutions for Cutting-edge Datacom Cables at IWCS 2018

October 10, 2018 – Web Industries Inc.’s Industrial Division will highlight its ability to design and produce custom-made foil and film laminated materials for advanced datacom cable applications at IWCS 2018, October 14-17, Rhode Island Convention Center, Providence, R.I. At the show, Web Industries will occupy Booth #218.

“As more cable manufacturers switch over to Power over Ethernet (PoE) applications, a growing number of cables transmit both power and data,” says Web Industries Business Development Manager Charlie Belcher. “Web Industries’ engineers can collaborate closely with manufacturers of these cutting-edge cables to custom-design specialty laminates that meet specific requirements. The tapes can be developed in various designs and with different types of foil, film and foam components.”

Web’s specialty laminates include foil/film shielding tapes, in discontinuous and continuous varieties. These tapes help prevent electromagnetic interference (EMI) and alien crosstalk in LAN and datacom cable applications. The laminated products also include foam/foil low-capacitance and heat dissipation tapes, which are used to draw heat away from a cable’s core and toward its exterior jacket.

“Currently, Web is working with cable industry leaders to design an advanced multi-component shielding tape. Once finalized, the tape will accommodate four twisted wire pairs and shield each pair from crosstalk and external interference.”

Shielding Tapes

Web’s shielding tapes are composed of polyester film and aluminum foil, and are available in a range of material thicknesses and slit widths. Web can produce the tapes in widths as narrow as 0.050”.

Bulk Fillers and Extruded Products

In addition to laminated tapes, Web Industries will exhibit advanced cable filler and extruded products. These include SUPERBULK®, FR SUPERBULK® and ZHFR SUPERBULK® (zero-hal, low-smoke) cable fillers. SUPERBULK fillers are lightweight, lower-cost materials that prevent wicking and water absorption, and resist acids and other harsh substances in cable applications. The fillers, which are formed into yarns or tapes, are generally made of foamed or solid polypropylene. Web recently added new polyethylene cable fillers and a broader range of filler colors to its offerings. FR and ZHFR SUPERBULK fillers offer flame-retardant performance in cable applications.

Web’s extruded products include precision-tuned low dielectric constant separator and / or signal isolation tapes used to separate conductors, reduce capacitance and manage heat in LAN cables. The tapes come in various colors, slit widths and thicknesses.

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About Web Industries A 100% employee-owned company, Web Industries, Inc., is one of the largest and most diverse providers of precision converting and outsource manufacturing. We help customers in the Aerospace, Medical, Personal & Home Care, and Industrial markets bridge their capability gaps and accelerate their go-to-market success by leveraging close, trust-based relationships to develop ingenious solutions precisely tailored to their needs. From project inception through commercialization, Web offers creative problem-solving backed by deep technical and operational expertise.

For Further Information Customer Inquiries: sales@webindustries.com +1 508.573.7973

Media Relations: Bob Giuliano +1 610.328.1051 bob.giuliano@prplace.biz

October 10, 2018 – Web Industries Inc.’s Industrial Division will highlight its ability to design and produce custom-made foil and film laminated materials for advanced datacom cable applications at IWCS 2018, October 14-17, Rhode Island Convention Center, Providence, R.I. At the show, Web Industries will occupy Booth #218. “As more cable manufacturers switch over to … Continue reading "Web Industries will Highlight Custom-made Laminated Shielding and Insulation Solutions for Cutting-edge Datacom Cables at IWCS 2018"
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Web Industries Highlights Customer-Focused LFI Manufacturing Services at AACC 2018

July 29, 2018 – Web Industries Inc., a leading medical contract manufacturing organization (CMO), will highlight its commitment to building lasting relationships with medical device makers as well as enhanced manufacturing capabilities for lateral flow immunoassay (LFI) devices at the American Association for Clinical Chemistry’s (AACC) 70th Annual Scientific Meeting and Clinical Lab Expo, July 29 to Aug. 2 at McCormick Place. Web Industries will exhibit at AACC booth 3861.

Device makers have responded enthusiastically to Web Industries’ one-stop medical device contract manufacturing services. The company’s Medical division has experienced strong growth in the past year, surpassing 1 billion clinical and diagnostic tests manufactured for device OEMs. “We are excited at the prospect of continuing this growth trend by helping our customers innovate and expand their businesses,” said Claudio Hanna, business development director, Web Industries. “We have developed the process and know-how to successfully transition from prototyping to selling thousands and then millions of devices. They know they can count on us as a trustworthy partner on their device commercialization journey.”

To augment this growth, Web Industries continues to invest in its new Lateral Flow Diagnostic Center of Excellence in Holliston, Mass. This full-service facility manufactures devices by using the latest advances in automation. Beyond quality and repeatability advantages, the automation allows customers to quickly scale from product validation to millions of devices.

Web Industries representatives will be available at AACC to discuss the company’s customer-first philosophy, showcased through a new branding campaign. They also can share about the company’s improved efficiencies and manufacturing capabilities, catering to device developers looking to outsource production of LFI and other medical devices.

True to its new tagline, “Ingenuity with a personal touch,” Web Industries is ready to partner with medical device manufacturers on diverse and challenging projects, offering a full range of services to bring new and existing products to market at commercial-scale volumes.

For more information, please visit Web Industries at AACC booth 3861 or visit www.webindustries.com.

About Web Industries A 100% employee-owned company, Web Industries, Inc., is one of the largest and most diverse providers of precision converting and outsource manufacturing. We help customers in the Aerospace, Medical, Personal & Home Care, and Industrial markets bridge their capability gaps and accelerate their go-to-market success by leveraging close, trust-based relationships to develop ingenious solutions precisely tailored to their needs. From project inception through commercialization, Web offers creative problem-solving backed by deep technical and operational expertise.

 For Further Information Customer Inquiries: +1 508.573.7979 sales@webindustries.com

Media Relations: Bob Giuliano +1 610.328.1051 bob.giuliano@prplace.biz

July 29, 2018 – Web Industries Inc., a leading medical contract manufacturing organization (CMO), will highlight its commitment to building lasting relationships with medical device makers as well as enhanced manufacturing capabilities for lateral flow immunoassay (LFI) devices at the American Association for Clinical Chemistry’s (AACC) 70th Annual Scientific Meeting and Clinical Lab Expo, July … Continue reading "Web Industries Highlights Customer-Focused LFI Manufacturing Services at AACC 2018"
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Crucial Converting Services for Technical Textiles and Composites

Web Industries has been featured in an article in Technical Textiles magazine. Check out our in-depth company profile, written by Adrian Wilson, on crucial converting services for technical textiles and composites. The following is an excerpt from the article: "Having invested more than $10 million in equipment and additional converting services for flexible materials at sites in North America, Web Industries is now looking to expand its operations in Europe. Founded in 1969, Web Industries has become one of the largest and most diverse providers of converting services for flexible materials. The company runs a wide array of slitting, spooling, winding and ply-formatting equipment for converting technical textiles, nonwovens, composites, specialty films, papers, foils, laminates, and foams. In addition, it operates advanced technologies for delivering converted materials onto custom-designed spools and rolls, or as pads and ply kits, in order to make downstream manufacturing more efficient for its customers in the aerospace, medical, personal and home care, multi-layer insulation, and wire and cable industries. Click here to read more: Technical Textiles

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Web Industries has been featured in an article in Technical Textiles magazine. Check out our in-depth company profile, written by Adrian Wilson, on crucial converting services for technical textiles and composites. The following is an excerpt from the article: “Having invested more than $10 million in equipment and additional converting services for flexible materials at sites … Continue reading "Crucial Converting Services for Technical Textiles and Composites"
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Web Industries’ $8 MM Investment Puts Converting and Printing Capabilities Under One Roof
 

May 31, 2018 – Web Industries, Inc. has announced the completion of an $8 MM+ investment that puts 8-color flexographic printing, 60-inch OD web spooling and precision slitting of flexible materials in a single facility. The 18-month construction and equipment installation project gives manufacturers of personal and home care products a shorter supply chain advantage, faster throughput in their manufacturing processes, greater speed to market, opportunities for product differentiation and a single point of supplier accountability.

Web Industries’ expanded capabilities include the processing of flexible materials for baby diapers, adult incontinence and feminine care products, as well as a myriad of materials used in flexible packaging, industrial textiles and medical applications.

According to Vice President of Corporate Development Kevin Young, the move was made in response to increased demand for multi-color flexible materials and growing preferences among manufacturers for spooled flexible fabrics.

“A research project commissioned by Web Industries and conducted by an independent marketing analytics company revealed emerging branding needs for multi-color graphics on certain personal and home care products and growing recognition of spooling advantages in manufacturing processes,” Young says. “Our investment puts us ahead of the curve among formatters of nonwoven and flexible materials. To our knowledge, no other converter has multi-color printing, up to 60-inch OD wide-web spooling capabilities and precision slitting in the same facility.

“In terms of our customers’ business efficiency, wide-web spooling enables them to process slit materials up to 25 times as long without interruption compared to pad rolls. This increases throughput, reduces material handling and splicing needs, and the potential for human error.

“Our new 8-color printing capability will be of particular interest to diaper producers co-marketing with entertainment brands to produce logos and graphics that delight toddlers, and to feminine hygiene and adult incontinence product manufacturers wanting to convey an extra dimension of quality to end users.”

Young adds that Web Industries’ open materials sourcing practices allow customers to work with a format solutions provider that is indifferent to the material supply chain.

“We can work with multiple streams of materials,” he says, “whereas vertically integrated businesses only provide their own nonwoven materials. We believe this is restrictive and our customers benefit from our strategy of being material agnostic. This is a benefit no other nonwoven materials formatter can offer.”

The Investment Web Industries’ investment covers a 50,000 sq. ft., purpose-built climate-controlled manufacturing and warehousing expansion at its Ft. Wayne, Ind. operation. The facility houses two 8-color flexographic presses to provide water or solvent-based print. It also houses a propriety-designed wide-web spooler capable of transverse winding slit materials on spools up to 50 inches wide and 60 inches in OD, with slit widths up to 12 inches. All three assets have superior web handling capabilities including tension control for specialized lightweight, extensible materials, as well as for converting heavy-gauge and multi-layered materials.

In addition to housing equipment for printing, slitting and spooling, the facility also warehouses large volumes of materials to support Web Industries’ high-speed operation and fast turnover of orders. “Maintaining warehoused materials is part of Web industries’ supply chain benefit,” Young explains. “Looking ahead, sufficient space exists to accommodate additional equipment as our business continues to grow.”

About Web Industries A 100% employee-owned company, Web Industries, Inc., is one of the largest and most diverse providers of precision converting and outsource manufacturing. We help customers in the Aerospace, Medical, Personal & Home Care, and Industrial markets bridge their capability gaps and accelerate their go-to-market success by leveraging close, trust-based relationships to develop ingenious solutions precisely tailored to their needs. From project inception through commercialization, Web offers creative problem-solving backed by deep technical and operational expertise.

For Further Information Customer Inquiries: +1 508.573.7979 sales@webindustries.com

Media Relations: Bob Giuliano +1 610.328.1051 bob.giuliano@prplace.biz

Web Industries, Inc. has announced the completion of an $8 MM+ investment that puts 8-color flexographic printing, 60-inch OD web spooling and precision slitting of flexible materials in a single facility.
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