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…
Ian Bell, Head of Tissue and Hygiene Research, Euromonitor International || February 18, 2014 The diaper category is driving the Southeast Asia boom, boosted by a young demographic profile and rising incomes.
Nonwovens Industry China, Ringier Trade Media Ltd. || February 18, 2014 The market demand for wipes, sanitary napkins and baby
diapers in India is growing rapidly, offering a very promising future for the nonwovens industry.
Dr. Brian Condon, research leader, cotton chemistry and utilization, USDA Agricultural Research Service & Keith Osteen, principal, Smith, Johnson & Associates || January 6, 2014 New technology could broaden cotton wipes’ role in surface care applications.