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Hygiene Components: Growth In The Adult Incontinence Market
By Tara Olivo, associate editor
Published December 3, 2014
As the use of incontinence products become more mainstream, hygiene suppliers look to enhance technology. Read More »
Published August 13, 2014
Demand for SAP is expected to be high in Asia Pacific due to growing end-use industries in countries such as China and India. Read More »
Published November 25, 2013
World demand to rise 5.3% annually through 2017. Read More »
Spunmelt Market Grows Around The Globe
By Tim Wright, Editor
Published February 7, 2013
With all the spunmelt lines coming onstream around the world, this market represents the fastest growing segment of the nonwovens industry. Read More »
Flame Retardants Market Heats Up
By Sean Moloughney, Managing Editor
Published October 8, 2012
New regulations will steer the industry forward. Read More »
Foreign Investment Reshapes Chinese Disposables Market
By Karen Bitz McIntyre, Editor
Published October 8, 2012
Baby diapers, adult incontinence see explosive growth as feminine hygiene streamlines and wet wipes face lower pricing levels. Read More »
Published July 23, 2009
Products have lower penetration levels and older technology but does this market present opportunities for Western manufacturers? Read More »
Published August 17, 2005
the last of a three part series addresses adult incontinence Read More »
Insight: Five Reasons the Nonwovens Market Shows No Sign of Slowing Down
Study gives five reason why industrial applications are growing. Read More »
By Ringier Trade Group
Published October 6, 2014
The industrial textiles sector produces about $800 million per year, but the government hopes it will increase to $1.5 billion by the end of 2014 Read More »