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Japan’s Nonwovens Demand Is On The Rise
By Kin Ohmura, Far East Correspondent
Published March 12, 2013
Japan’s nonwovens demand has been on the rise after the effects of the worldwide recession. In 2008 nonwovens demand reached 381,641 tons, which then decreased to 340,260 tons in 2009 due to economic crisis. Afterwards, the market recovered to… Read More »
Asahi Kasei hosts grand opening for spunbond plant in Thailand
Published February 15, 2013
Asahi Kasei Fibers held a grand opening ceremony for a new spunbond plant in Thailand on February 12, 2013. Since beginning its spunbond business in 1973, Asahi Kasei Fibers has supplied Eltas spunbond for use in a wide variety of applications. The… Read More »
ANEX 2012 Preview
By Nonwovens Industry Staff
Published June 6, 2012
Exhibitors prepare to showcase capabilities in Seoul, South Korea. Read More »
Unicharm to Bring Affordable Hygiene Products to Middle East, North Africa and Asian Regions
Published January 3, 2013
Company's annual diaper and feminine napkin production to triple by 2020. Read More »
The Pacific Rim Presents New Opportunities
By Karen Bitz McIntyre, Editor
Published June 6, 2012
Indonesia, Malaysia and Vietnam stand out among the hot areas for growth in Southeast Asia. Read More »
By Karen Bitz McIntyre, Editor
Published June 1, 2012
It seems that tweens, or teens, are becoming major influencers in the feminine hygiene market. In the past couple of weeks alone, both major U.S. fem hy producers, Kimberly-Clark and Procter & Gamble, have launched new products geared exclusive… Read More »
Hygiene Components
By Steve Katz, Managing Editor
Published December 2, 2011
Innovative suppliers are balancing the industry's demands for lightweight, effective and fashionable products. Read More »