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Wipes Continue to Expand
By Karen McIntyre, Senior Editor
Published June 12, 2013
Consumers’ craving for convenience drives sales across many categories. Read More »
Report: U.S. Nonwovens Fabric Demand
By Corinne Gangloff, Freedonia Group
Published March 11, 2013
The U.S. will remain a large market for various consumer products due to favorable demographics, and manufacturing of these products will likely remain near the point of demand. Read More »
U.S. Wipes Demand
By Corinne Gangloff, Freedonia Group
Published January 7, 2013
Convenience, consumer acceptance and innovation are the driving forces in the consumer market; personal hygiene and general purpose household cleaning wipes to grow fastest. Read More »
U.S. demand for wipes to reach $2.5 billion in 2016
Published December 3, 2012
Personal hygiene and general purpose household cleaning wipes projected to register the fastest gains in consumer market. Read More »
World demand for disposable medical supplies to reach $198 billion in 2016
Published November 6, 2012
BRIC countries will drive growth. Read More »
Wipes: What, Where, Why & How?
By Pranay Bhaskar Sahu, Welspun India Limited
Published January 3, 2012
The wipes market has been influenced by many factors. Read More »
Published March 4, 2009
Market size will reach $2.3 billion. Read More »
Published August 27, 2007
The Freedonia Group has published a report on global demand for consumer and industrial wipes. Read More »
Spunmelt Polypropylene
By David J. Price, Partner, Price Hanna Consultants LLC
Published February 18, 2014
The leading global technology for nonwoven supply and demand. Read More »
Opportunities Abound for Nonwovens in Latin America
By Karen McIntyre, Senior Editor
Published April 17, 2013
As Fitesa and Providencia look domestically for growth, there is no shortage of demand in Latin America. Read More »