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The Feminine Hygiene Market
By Steve Katz, Managing Editor
Published November 11, 2011
An aging population, and growth in emerging markets are among the feminine hygiene sector challenges, and brand owners and manufacturers are responding in innovative ways. Read More »
Published March 4, 2008
A tampon for feminine hygiene comprising an insertion end, a withdrawal end, a longitudinal axis and an outer surface was patented. The tampon is comprised of compressed fibrous material. The outer surface of the tampon has a plurality of first surfa… Read More »
By Karen McIntyre, Editor
Published December 2, 2011
Fiberweb's announcement it was selling most of its hygiene business to FitesaFiberweb is the latest in a series of moves by nonwovens makers to narrow their focus on either hygiene or industrial applications instead doing business on both sides of th… Read More »
By Seshadri Ramkumar and Vinit Singh, Nonwovens & Advanced Materials Laboratory, Texas Tech University, USA
Published April 7, 2011
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By Steve Katz
Published February 29, 2012
Wipes makers have recycled fibers at their disposal for manufacturing, with perhaps more on the way. Read More »
Equipment Review: Hygiene Machinery
By Steve Katz, contributor
Published January 2, 2012
A look at activity in the segment. Read More »
The Converter Roundup
By Steve Katz, Managing Editor
Published 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… Read More »
Industrial Nonwovens
By Steve Katz, Managing Editor
Published October 5, 2011
While wipers are still a market mainstay, new products and technologies continue to emerge. Read More »