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  • Make Way For Sheet Masks

    Make Way For Sheet Masks

    Tara Olivo, associate editor || April 7, 2015
    Asian beauty treatment, now available in the West.

  • Dalian Ruiguang Nonwoven Group

    Dalian Ruiguang Nonwoven Group

    September 10, 2013
    Dalian, China www.ruiguangnonwoven.com 2013 Nonwovens Sales: $176 million Key Personnel Yuan Ming Gu, owner; Zuwei Gu, CEO; Jingxian Cui, CFO Plants Dalian, China Processes Spunbond, spunlace, meltblown, airlaid ISO Status ISO9001;…

  • Fiber Makers Offer Sustainable Solutions

    Fiber Makers Offer Sustainable Solutions

    Tim Wright, Editor || June 12, 2013
    Fiber innovation is tied closely with consumer trends and new product developments.

  • Japanese firm chooses Tencel for face mask

    June 12, 2012
    Kose Cosmeport Clear Turn face mask benefits from botanical fiber.

  • Korean fem hy maker opts for Lenzing

    Korean fem hy maker opts for Lenzing

    April 5, 2012
    Yejimiin, in Korea, has introduced a new generation of panty liners featuring a top sheet that is made from 100% Tencel.  Yejimiin aims to satisfy women’s needs with high-quality products. The company is aware of the significant impact…

  • Russian wipes maker chooses Lenzing

    April 5, 2012
    Russian wipes maker Avagard has chosen Lenzing Viscose fibers in its latest baby care product. The Pamperino baby care wet wipes range aims to meet the needs of both babies and their parents. “From our experience, we know that only the best is…

  • The Converter Roundup

    The Converter Roundup

    Steve Katz, Managing Editor || October 5, 2011
    Converting companies are an integral of the nonwovens supply chain. For all of the advantages the industry’s products provide, a lot has to happen prior to their end use. Nonwovens need to be cut into a variety of shapes and sizes, scaled down…

  • Spunlace Market Report

    Spunlace Market Report

    Karen McIntyre, Editor || March 6, 2006
    with a slate of new capacity coming onstream, producers look beyond commodities to add value in wipes and other markets