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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 »
Restoring Consumer Continence: and other trends in the adult incontinence care market
By Tim Wright, Editor
Published March 11, 2013
Aging populations in key regional markets, increasing consumer awareness and acceptance, and innovations to personalize products to specific consumer segments are driving the global incontinence care market. Read More »
Domtar Acquires EAM: A Perfect Match?
By Phillip Mango, President of Phillip Mango Consulting
Published June 5, 2012
Company looks to expand adult incontinence business with new airlaid producer. Read More »
Published May 11, 2012
Acquisition will help fuel adult inco business. Read More »
Published October 20, 2005
Rayonier, the maker of Novathin airlaid absorbent core material, has entered into an agreement to sell its Engineered Absorbent Materials business (EAM Corporation) to a New York-based private equity firm. The division will continue to operate under… Read More »
Published October 15, 2013
Kimberly-Clark has been added to the Dow Jones Sustainability North America Index and the newly launched UN Global Compact 100, two indexes that track the financial performance of firms committed to practice sustainability and good citizenship in the… Read More »
Published September 5, 2013
Shows commitment to community and environment with disposition of surplus furnishing to charities and to recycling. Read More »
Second Chance
By Karen McIntyre, Senior Editor
Published April 17, 2013
Recycling gives textiles, plastic bottles a new life in nonwovens. Read More »
China
By Tim Wright, Editor
Published January 7, 2013
Chinese consumers express greater confidence in green products than North American consumers. Read More »