Jones Yarn Announces New Plant Manager

Jones Yarn is pleased to announce Richard Kimble as their new plant manager. Kimble, who began work with Jones Yarn on the third-shift maintenance crew in 1998, has worked at every current facility under Jones Family of Companies and will bring a wealth of knowledge and experiences to the position. Read More

Gary Raley Joins Board as Seventh Member

Jones Family of Companies is pleased to announce the addition of their seventh and final board member. Gary Raley, who most recently served as Vice President of U.S. Sales for S.C. Johnson & Son, Inc., joined the newly formed board of directors in June. Read More

Serving the Great City of Humboldt

Founded in 1936, Jones Family of Companies is a leader in the textile industry. The company was formed through a partnership between two brothers and today is led by a third generation family member and Senior Leadership team committed to the same high standards as the founder. The company has two distinct divisions: Jones Yarn and Jones Nonwovens and is headquartered in Humboldt, TN. Read More

Jones Nonwovens Spotlighted for Company Cameo

Nonwovens Industry magazine, the only monthly trade magazine dedicated to the worldwide business of nonwovens, featured Jones Nonwovens has their Company Cameo for the month of August. Read More

Jones Nonwovens Joins the Sustainable Packaging Coalition

Jones Nonwovens is pleased to announce their new affiliation with the Sustainable Packaging Coalition (SPC). This industry working group, which is a project of sustainability nonprofit GreenBlue, has worked to bring companies, educational institutions and government agencies involved with the packaging supply chain together since 2004. Goals of the SPC include a collective development of resources and the implementation of packaging solutions. Read More

Fiber producers rework FR barriers in light of new OSHA regulations

Beginning June 1, 2015, OSHA implemented new hazardous chemical labeling requirements that call for materials containing boric acid to be labeled with a warning pictogram prior to being shipped from a supplier to a workplace. OSHA adopted the requirements to bring its protocols into alignment with the United Nations’ Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals, which lists boric acid as a hazardous material. Read More

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