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  • Competition among nanofiber nonwovens makers

    Kin Ohmura, Osaka Marketing || June 9, 2014
    Electrospinning and meltblown are the top choices for making thin fiber nonwovens.

  • A look at the top superabsorbent polymer makers in the world

    A look at the top superabsorbent polymer makers in the world

    Kin Ohmura, Far East correspondent || November 6, 2013
    Capacity is tight, upping the competition in the diaper market.

  • Nippon Paper expands cellulose nanofibers business

    February 27, 2013
    Nippon Paper Industries Co., Ltd. has decided to build new verification and production facilities for cellulose nanofibers at Iwakuni Mill, part of its of chemical division, to develop the cellulose nanofiber business using pulp as materials. Cellul…

  • Filtration Makers Respond to Changing World

    Filtration Makers Respond to Changing World

    Karen McIntyre, Editor || November 16, 2012
    Protecting processes and improving sustainability are new challenges facing the filtration market.

  • Nano-Nonwovens Cross Hurdles, Find New Applications

    Nano-Nonwovens Cross Hurdles, Find New Applications

    Karen Bitz McIntyre, Editor || August 6, 2012
    Manufacturers are navigating their way around obstacles when using small fibers in nonwovens.

  • 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…

  • Nanofiber

    Seshadri Ramkumar and Vinit Singh, Nonwovens & Advanced Materials Laboratory, Texas Tech University, USA || April 7, 2011
    New Developments

  • Asahi Kasei

    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…