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By Kin Ohmura, Osaka Marketing
Published July 15, 2014
Most of the nonwovens imported is polypropylene spunbond material for diapers. Read More »
By Kin Ohmura, Osaka Marketing
Published June 9, 2014
Electrospinning and meltblown are the top choices for making thin fiber nonwovens. Read More »
Nonwovens Production Trends In Asia
By Kin Ohmura, Osaka Chemical Service
Published March 20, 2014
India, Thailand and Indonesia are expected to scale up in production. Read More »
By Tim Wright
Published January 15, 2014
World demand to rise 5.3% annually through 2017. Read More »
Published October 25, 2013
Global demand for nonwovens is forecast to rise 5.3% annually to 9 metric tons in 2017. However, there is a great deal of variation among different regions and countries, according to RnR Market Research. Countries with well developed manufacturing… Read More »
Japan’s Nonwovens Demand Is On The Rise
By Kin Ohmura, Far East Correspondent
Published March 12, 2013
Japan’s nonwovens demand has been on the rise after the effects of the worldwide recession. In 2008 nonwovens demand reached 381,641 tons, which then decreased to 340,260 tons in 2009 due to economic crisis. Afterwards, the market recovered to… Read More »
Leadership change in Evonik superabsorbents business
Published April 16, 2014
Norbert Westerholt appointed head of business line. Read More »
Published September 4, 2012
Transparency Market Research predicts market to reach $63 billion by 2017. Read More »
INDEX 2011
Published June 8, 2011
A look at what exhibitors showcased at INDEX 2011 in Geneva, Switzerland. Read More »
By Sandra Levy, Associate Editor
Published February 16, 2011
With an estimated 400,000 tons of capacity coming onstream, the industry waits to see if good times are ahead for spunmelt manufacturers. Read More »