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  • Southeast Asia Nonwoven Capacity and Demand Development

    David Price, Price Hanna Associates || October 13, 2015
    Nonwoven capacity and demand development in Southeast Asia has been growing impressively since 2003 to supply durable end uses and more recently disposable hygiene markets.  Up until the mid-1990’s, nonwoven capacity in SE Asia was small a…

  • Middle East, States of Flux

    Middle East, States of Flux

    Ian Bell, Head of Tissue and Hygiene Research, Euromonitor International || June 12, 2013
    The Middle East is a region of great diversity and is also undergoing something of a period of transition, both socially and culturally. The Arab Spring is the most obvious expression of this, but much of this ‘revolutionary’ activity has…

  • International Top Companies Report 2012

    International Top Companies Report 2012

    Karen Bitz-McIntyre, Editor || September 12, 2012
    An annual review of the leading nonwovens producers.

  • Brazil Attracts Pulp, Nonwoven Investments

    Brazil Attracts Pulp, Nonwoven Investments

    Charles W. Thurston, Contributing Writer || July 9, 2012
    Natural resources as well as a growing middle class make this country an appealing venture.

  • International Top Company Report

    September 9, 2010
    Looking on the Bright Side

  • Wild About Walls

    March 18, 2010
    Nonwovens players are on a roll with innovative offerings in the wallcoverings market

  • There's No Place Like Home

    Sandra Levy, Associate Editor || March 18, 2010
    Will impending flammability rules for upholstered furniture and "top of bed" ignite or snuff out opportunities for nonwovens suppliers?

  • Far East Report

    Kin Ohmura, Chemical Marketing Center || December 1, 2009
    There are currently about 13 known manufacturers of spunbond nonwovens headquartered in Japan. These manufacturers, and their production capacities, are shown in Table 1. The total production capacity of these manufacturers was 139,800 tons per year…

  • India: Rising Opportunities in Nonwovens and Technical Textiles

    Seshadri Ramkumar and Arvind Purushothaman, Nonwovens Staff || February 6, 2008
    India will defy the existing nonwovens growth theory and grow exponentially with rising income levels

  • 2007 International Buyers' Guide

    Karen McIntyre, Nonwovens Staff || July 23, 2007
    our 38th annual edition