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Truetzschler Nonwovens GmbH (Fleissner)
By Marc Wolpers, Managing Director Sales
Truetzschler Nonwovens manufactures machines and systems for the production of nonwovens products. From razor-thin hygienic web all the way to thick noise-absorbent mats. The only company that offers technology within web bonding processes—hydr… Read More »
Published April 17, 2014
Offers the industry an alternative for high speed splicing. Read More »
Nonwoven Base Sheets Deliver Engineered Performance
By Michele Neher, Business Development Manager, Kimberly-Clark Professional Partnership Products
Published September 26, 2013
Innovation in the wipes category continues to grow. Read More »
Nonwovens in Graphics
By Tim Wright, Editor
Published April 17, 2013
Nonwovens continue to gain use in graphics applications Read More »
The Baby Diaper Market
By Tim Wright, Editor
Published January 7, 2013
Technology innovation and high growth markets continue to propel the baby diaper market forward. Read More »
Published January 4, 2013
Upgrades at Dallas location allow cost-effective, high-speed printing and slitting in one pass. Read More »
Airlaid Market Positioned for Progress
By Sean Moloughney, Managing Editor
Published October 8, 2012
Growing demand in the feminine hygiene sector and a strong sustainability story will help move the airlaid market forward. Read More »
Hygiene Components
By Steve Katz, Managing Editor
Published December 2, 2011
Innovative suppliers are balancing the industry's demands for lightweight, effective and fashionable products. Read More »
Domtar VP outlines personal care strategies
By Karen McIntyre, senior editor
Published December 5, 2013
Expansion into adult incontinence market is a top priority Read More »
Published September 23, 2013
Val Marinov, Ph.D., associate professor, University of North Dakota-Fargo and his team have created a new form of "smart" materials using RFID technology. Using their patent-pending process called Laser Enabled Advanced Packaging (LEAP), u… Read More »