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INDIA: The Untapped Market
By Janaki Padmanabhan, Euromonitor International
Published August 14, 2014
The market demand for disposable hygiene products is growing rapidly, offering a very promising future for the nonwovens industry. 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 »
By Magdalena Kondej, Head of Household Care Research for Euromonitor International
Published April 12, 2010
POTENTIAL AND CHALLENGES FOR WIPES MANUFACTURERS Read More »
Published August 9, 2013
Focus on business strategy and product innovation. Read More »
Incontinence
By Ian Bell, Head of home care and tissue and hygiene research, Euromonitor
Published March 6, 2012
developed to emerging economies Read More »
Published January 14, 2010
Le marche global des couches-culottes/langes/langes-culottes s’eleve aujourd'hui a 30 milliards USD, apres avoir enregistre une croissance de près de 8% en 2008. Read More »
How Young Is Old?
By Ellen Wuagneux, Associate Editor
Published March 6, 2006
adult incontinence products target increasingly active consumer base Read More »
By Karen McIntyre
Published June 10, 2009
It seems the two biggest concerns facing nonwovens producers today are how to make a product with a lesser environmental footprint and how to make their nonwovens at a lower cost. The solution to both of these challenges hinges to some degree on the… Read More »
It
By Karen McIntyre, Editor
Published June 14, 2006
personal care wipes makers look for the next blockbuster product Read More »
The Evolution of Household Cleaning
By Christine Esposito, Nonwovens Staff
Published January 6, 2006
Fueled by busy homeowners willing to pay more for convenience, the evolution of the household cleaning products has meant less human contact with cleaning than ever before. But will consumers continue to shell out cash for gadgets when a regular spray bottle will do the trick? Read More »