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Published November 10, 2014
A higher function superabsorbent polymer Read More »
Published May 29, 2014
New plant in South Korea will have 59,000-ton capacity. Read More »
Published October 22, 2013
Yusuke Ueda, Sumitomo Seika CEO, and Marc Schuller, Arkema executive vice president, have inaugurated the new Sumitomo Seika superabsorbent plant on the Carling site in Moselle, France. This investment, made in partnership with Arkema, will enable Su… Read More »
Published October 1, 2013
Japanese firm Sumitomo Seika says its super absorbent polymer (SAP), Aqua Keep, has been well received by the market and to meet the increased demand for Aqua Keep, it has steadily increased its production capacity. Anticipating a continued robust gr… 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 »
Published June 2, 2011
20,000 tons added in France. Read More »
By Seshadri Ramkumar, Texas Tech University
Published April 1, 2010
New markets and new technologies offering growth opportunities for the nonwovens industry are some of my gleanings from a foresight presentation made by General Motors' technical experts recently in Lubbock, TX. At present, it would appear biza… Read More »
Making a better nonwoven with technology
Published June 16, 2005
tips to avoid commoditization and add value using raw materials Read More »
Nonwovens add brightness without upping energy output
By Karen Bitz McIntyre, editor
Nonwovens add brightness without upping energy output NC researchers use nanofiber-based technology to increase lighting efficiency By Karen Bitz McIntyre Editor   Researchers at RTI International are developing a nonwovens-based tec… Read More »
Published September 6, 2012
Products include self-tests for early detection of urinary tract infections and wet gloves. Read More »