Tim Wright, Editor || March 26, 2014 DIYers, architects, interior designers, commercial companies and retailers are increasingly making use of digital printing on nonwoven substrates to compose expressive images and customized
Ian Bell, head of tissue and hygiene research, Euromonitor International || March 26, 2014 The diaper category is driving the Southeast Asia boom, boosted by a young demographic profile and rising incomes.
Tom Branna, Editorial Director || March 26, 2014 In the evolution of wipes, what they contain has become just as important as how they feel. Efficacy now, as well as aesthetics, plays an increasingly important role in a product’s success.
Tim Wright, Editor || March 21, 2014 As the worldwide population ages, the adult incontinence market is poised for healthy growth in the years ahead. However, meeting the increasingly sophisticated demands of a restless age group is challenging and pushing manufacturers to innovate the technology to meet their needs.
Graham Allan, Professor of Chemical Engineering and Professor of Fiber & Polymer Science at the University of Washington || March 21, 2014 Analyzing odors should be a top priority in product development.
Tim Wright, Editor || February 18, 2014 During the last decades, nonwovens have been developed for many different applications. Due to technical advantages they replaced traditional materials such as foam, webbings and knitted fabrics. There are a growing number of products made out of non…