• Not the Time For Needlepunch

    Karen McIntyre, Editor March 17, 2009
    with their major market in dire straits, makers of needlepunched nonwovens are preparing for better days

  • Adult Incontinence: Catering To A New Crowd

    Karen McIntyre, Editor March 17, 2009
    new products help sufferers enjoy active lifestyles

  • When Quality Really Counts

    Nonwovens Staff, Nonwovens Staff February 11, 2009
    testing and inspection equipment suppliers say their products are more valuable than ever in these troubling economic times

  • Spunmelt Savvy

    Ellen Wuagneux, Associate Editor February 11, 2009
    today's economic pressures make the margin for error slimmer than ever for spunmelt makers

  • For Disposable Diapers, The Future is Green

    Jonathan Roberts, Roberts Media February 11, 2009
    In a unique project called WooDi, Sodra Cell, SCA and Chalmers University have joined forces to produce a diaper that could one day be made entirely of wood-based fibers

  • A Kinder, Gentler Nonwoven

    Karen McIntyre, Editor February 11, 2009
    alternative raw materials prove that disposable doesn't have to mean irresponsible when it comes to the Earth.

  • Household Wipes: Looking For The Next Clean Sweep

    Karen McIntyre, Editor February 11, 2009
    economic woes, market maturity and a slackening in new product introductions are just some of the challenges facing wipes in household segments

  • Five Products To Vie For 2009 Visionary Award

    Nonwovens Staff, Nonwovens Staff January 19, 2009
    new nonwovens-based goods showcase expansion of technology in consumer markets

  • Evolutionary Equipment

    Ellen Wuagneux, Associate Editor January 19, 2009
    Considering the current economic environment, maybe equipment suppliers' description of today's hygiene market as evolutionary (rather than revolutionary) isn't so bad after all.

  • A Stack Of Issues

    Karen McIntyre, Editor January 19, 2009
    The disposable diaper market continues to be dominated by two multinational companies-Kimberly-Clark and Procter & Gamble-however, these two giants continue to feel pressure from competing store brands as cash-strapped consumers are favoring private label products.

  • PLMA Show Shows Strengths and Weaknesses

    Susan Stransbury, Contributor January 19, 2009
    interesting new products show up at store brands expo in Chicago

  • INDA Hosts Filtration 2008

    Nonwovens Staff, Nonwovens Staff January 19, 2009
    filtration industry meets in Philly to discuss recent developments

  • The Year That Was

    Karen McIntyre, Editor December 11, 2008
    despite economic crises, raw material pricing and consolidation, the nonwovens industry continue to invest in the future.

  • Fashion: Function in Action

    David Backhouse and Lynne Webster, School of Design, University of Leeds, UK December 11, 2008
    an innovative collection of garments constructed from nonwoven fabrics researched, designed and produced by UK fashion students

  • Many Shapes And Forms

    Karen McIntyre, Editor December 11, 2008
    no matter how you define it, composite technology is allowing nonwovens to penetrate new markets.

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