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Published May 1, 2014
High-Tech Conversions, a manufacturer of innovative cleaning products used in controlled environments and industrial settings, has named Subhra Roy as its new technical assistant. Roy's duties will include assisting with the development of new an… Read More »
To Flush or Not to Flush
By Karen McIntyre, Senior Editor
Published February 18, 2014
The wipes market continues to develop products that can go down the drain while encouraging consumers to think before they flush. Read More »
Chinese Hygiene Education Program Extended
Published January 17, 2013
After educating several thousands of Chinese nurses over the past three years, SCA has broadened its education program to also train caregivers about elderly people‚Äôs hygiene needs. Read More »
SINCE 2011
Published December 2, 2011
The biennial event brought a wealth of energy, enthusiasm and education to Shanghai. Read More »
Ethics, Big Brands and Novel Solutions
By Ian Bell, Euromonitor
Published December 1, 2011
Euromonitor's Ian Bell emphasizes the importance of maintaining and developing ethical footing in emerging markets. Read More »
SCA Trying To Remove the Stigma From Male Incontinence
Published June 18, 2009
Lockertalk.com provides men with education, support Read More »
Identifying and Resolving Adhesive Bleed Through
By Bill Pulanco, NA Hygiene Technical Service Manager, H.B. Fuller
Published July 16, 2014
Nonwoven hygiene manufacturers are looking to adhesive suppliers to help overcome this major challenge. Read More »
Regional Report: Russia
By Eugene Gerden, Contributing Writer
Published March 26, 2014
Nonwovens producers protest against raise of duties on imports of raw materials; efforts might reduce imports of fabrics and fibers. Read More »
Published March 3, 2014
Moves to new facility to support continued growth. Read More »
By Tim Wright, Editor
Published March 8, 2013
It is estimated that 25 million Americans experience incontinence symptoms. Long associated with the elderly, the adult incontinence category is changing its perceptions both in terms of how it sees itself and how others see it looking in. Major comp… Read More »