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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 »
A look at the top superabsorbent polymer makers in the world
By Kin Ohmura, Far East correspondent
Published November 6, 2013
Capacity is tight, upping the competition in the diaper market. 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 »
Air Filters in Japan
By Kin Ohmura, Osaka Marketing Center
Published June 6, 2012
Synthetic and glass fiber nonwovens are used in industrial and commercial markets. Read More »
Published March 12, 2012
Meet the Nonwovens Industry Team  Editor Karen McIntyre   Managing Editor Tim Wright   Editorial Director Tom Branna   Online Director Paul Simansky Art Department Michael Del Purgatorio Jessica Carlin Sara Downing Laura Ragusa… Read More »
Published September 11, 2006
Asahi Kasei Osaka, Japan www.asahi-kasei.co.jp $176 million (¥19.4 billion) Key Personnel Yoshikazu Ban, general manager, nonwoven fabrics division; Ryujiro Yoshino, general manager, spunbonded fabric sales; Akira Naganami, general manager, Beml… Read More »
Mitsui Chemical
Published January 1, 2005
Location: Tokyo, Japan Sales: $127 Million Description: Key Personnel Toshimi Hachimori, general manager, functional fabricated products division Plants Yokkaichi and Iwakuni Processes Spunbonded, needlepunched, meltblown, thermal bonded Brand N… Read More »