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Sandra Levy, Associate Editor
January 14, 2010
hygiene machinery specialists can't put off delivering faster, more efficient systems to meet manufacturers' demands for product enhancements  Read More »
Sandra Levy, Associate Editor
January 14, 2010
Five Products Contend for 2009 Visionary Award  Read More »
Peter Mayberry , Mayberry & Associates
January 14, 2010
what does the future hold?  Read More »
Susan Stansbury, Contributing Editor
January 14, 2010
Widens Its Scope  Read More »
Magdalena Kondej, Euromonitor International
January 14, 2010
despite recent economic woes emerging markets and product innovations deliver success  Read More »
December 8, 2009
as we head into a new year, a look back on the past 12 months in nonwovens  Read More »
December 8, 2009
despite a lot of interest, nonwovens have not yet made inroads in clothing  Read More »
December 8, 2009
doing business in automotives is more challenging than ever, but nonwovens are proving themselves vital to the next generation of cars  Read More »
December 8, 2009
component suppliers are raising the bar on innovation while keeping costs at bay   Read More »
December 4, 2009
Battery Separators In Japan  Read More »
Kin Ohmura, Chemical Marketing Center
December 2, 2009
Superabsorbent Polymer Manufacturers In The World  Read More »
Kin Ohmura, Chemical Marketing Center
December 1, 2009
There are currently about 13 known manufacturers of spunbond nonwovens headquartered in Japan. These manufacturers, and their production capacities, are shown in Table 1. The total production capacity of these manufacturers was 139,800 tons per year…  Read More »
November 17, 2009
sustainability, polymer technology among the topics discussed at annual conferene  Read More »
November 17, 2009
with growth of 11%, market size predicted to reach Rs. 66,414 by 2012  Read More »
November 17, 2009
Sanitary protection currently stands at $22 billion globally and registered 10% growth in 2008, with rising uptake in emerging markets countering slowing sales in developed markets.  Read More »