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  • Core Strength

    Core Strength

    Karen McIntyre, editor || January 5, 2016
    Low pulp or no pulp, one thing is for sure diapers are thinner than ever.

  • The Best For Baby

    The Best For Baby

    Tara Olivo, associate editor || January 5, 2016
    Diaper makers hone in on innovation, making diapers thinner, softer and more comfortable than ever before.

  • North America Report

    North America Report

    November 4, 2015
    INDA’s director of market research and statistics discusses the state of the nonwovens industry in North America.

  • Sintered & Heatable Nonwovens: the next hot things in nonwovens

    Sintered & Heatable Nonwovens: the next hot things in nonwovens

    Tara Olivo, associate editor || June 4, 2015
    Norafin applies new technologies to filtration, clothing.

  • Hospital laundering practices linked to HAI

    Hospital laundering practices linked to HAI's

    Karen McIntyre, Senior Editor || May 30, 2013
    A new study results published online in the American Journal of Infection Control found that 93% of tested laundered towels used to clean hospital rooms contained bacteria that could result in healthcare-associated infections (HAIs). The study found…

  • Wild About Walls

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

  • Strong investment continues in Southeast Asia

    Karen McIntyre, senior editor || November 30, -0001
    In recent years, Asia has become a focal point for foreign nonwovens investment.  While China has certainly led the way, with a nonwovens output that rivals both Europe and the NAFTA region in size, Southeast Asia has also benefitted from fo…

  • The Toilet is Not a Trash Can

    November 30, -0001
    Last month, The New York Times ran an article blasting flushable wipes and their role in clogging municipal sewage systems. Adversity is no stranger to flushable wipes. The products have been blamed for septic clogs in New York, London, Oregon and Ma…