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Airlaid Nonwovens Report
By Karen McIntyre, senior editor
Published October 9, 2013
As the world waits to see how the Buckeye/G-P merger plays out, many factors influence growth in the airlaid arena. Read More »
Airlaid Market Positioned for Progress
By Sean Moloughney, Managing Editor
Published October 8, 2012
Growing demand in the feminine hygiene sector and a strong sustainability story will help move the airlaid market forward. Read More »
Published April 8, 2011
Plant has capacity of 7000 tons per year. Read More »
By Karen McIntyre, Editor
Published October 8, 2010
slow and steady growth and cautious investment seems to be the trick for success in this nonwovens market Read More »
Airlaid Technology And Its Material in China
By John Xuan, Nonwovens Staff
Published November 3, 2006
Similar to other nonwovens technologies, much of Chinea’s airlaid machinery comes from the U.S, Europe and other developed areas. This market began at the end of the 1990s when Rite, based in Wuzhong, built a commercial airlaid line, based on… Read More »
Published October 3, 2005
better...but not good Read More »
Airlaid: What’s Next?
Published August 17, 2005
after an unprecedented surge in global capacity, the airlaid market is now left with an important question to answer Read More »
Glatfelter continues to focus on growth markets
Published March 21, 2013
Acquisition of Dresden Papier provides leading position in the wall coverings industry. Read More »
Setting The Table For The Future
Published February 28, 2013
Duni to shut airlaid line, exit European hygiene market. Read More »
Published September 13, 2005
Dan-Web A/S has completed a corporate restructuring following a period of low order intake that the company attributes to excess capacity in the global airlaid industry. The three former companies Den-Webforming International A/S, Dan-Web Research &a… Read More »