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A Promising Future: India’s disposable hygiene products market
By Nonwovens Industry China, Ringier Trade Media Ltd.
Published February 18, 2014
The market demand for wipes, sanitary napkins and baby diapers in India is growing rapidly, offering a very promising future for the nonwovens industry. Read More »
Published February 4, 2014
Nonwoven feminine hygiene product helps provide solution to ABL. Read More »
Hygiene Components: Balancing Performance with Cost
By Karen McIntyre, Senior Editor
Published December 4, 2013
Suppliers to the hygiene market respond to lower fluff levels and thinner cores. Read More »
Published December 14, 2011
Ihsan Sons of Pakistan has announced a new, innovative nonwoven product. Since the start-up of the Fleissner spunlace line in 2006, Ihsan has has been successfully selling its 100% Cotton Spunlace under the brand "BELCOT" into a wide variet… Read More »
By Leah Genuario, Contributor
Published December 7, 2010
Consumer needs are the underlying driver of many hygiene component trends. Read More »
By Oksana Malynovska, Euromonitor International
Published November 10, 2010
Latin America provides double-digit gain to sanitary protection category Read More »
Published November 17, 2009
Sanitary protection currently stands at $22 billion globally and registered 10% growth in 2008, with rising uptake in emerging markets countering slowing sales in developed markets. Read More »
Feminine Hygiene Overview
Published August 17, 2005
the latest news from the makers of sanitary protection products Read More »
Equipment Review: Hygiene Machinery
By Tim Wright, Editor
Published January 6, 2014
Major suppliers of nonwovens machinery offer new technological developments. Read More »
Published November 9, 2012
Ongoing collaboration with World Wildlife Fund helps enable new level of commitment to forest certification. Read More »