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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 »
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 »
Published January 1, 2010
Anders Uttersäv has joined Danish Airlaid Technology A/S as CCO. Mr. Uttersäv was previously associated with Rexcell.… Read More »
Published September 29, 2008
Ronnie Andersson to take over as CEO January 1. Read More »
Food Pads: A Great Market For Airlaid
By Karen McIntyre, Editor
Published February 12, 2007
absorbency requirements open up opportunities in food packaging Read More »
Airlaid: The Comeback Kid
By Ellen Wuagneux, Associate Editor
Published October 16, 2006
once plagued by overcapacity and pricing challenges, are airlaids ready to get back in the ring? Read More »
Published October 16, 2006
Danish Airlaid Technology A/S was established this year by founders Lars Laursen and Mogens Olesen, both of whom have worked in the airlaid machine building business. Read More »
Published June 28, 2006
Two airlaid veterans have formed a new company, Danish Airlaid Technology A/S, to offer flexible airlaid technology to a number of markets. Lars Laursen and Mogens Olesen have erected a new building in Horsens, Denmark for the commercial production o… Read More »
Danish Airlaid Technology A/S has appointed Ronnie Andersson its new CEO. Mr. Andersson will take over the position from Lars Laursen who will continue at Danish Airlaid Technology as COO with a focus on production and technical and technological dev… 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 »