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Published July 24, 2011
Weyerhaeuser, Federal Way, WA, reported a net loss of $96 million for the second quarter of 2008 on net sales of $3.6 billion. Read More »
Published June 10, 2009
TencelWeb technology creates nonwovens from lyocell. Read More »
Published July 18, 2008
Materials combine Lenzing's lyocell, nonwovens technology from Weyerhaeuser. Read More »
Published September 28, 2006
The Germany-based Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Polymer Research, Weyerhaeuser Company in the U.S. and Germany’s Reifenhäuser Reicofil have patented a new technology to manufacture cellulosic self-bonded meltblown nonwovens using the ly… Read More »
Published August 17, 2005
producers are playing a catchy tune in the baby diaper sector Read More »
Published April 8, 2005
Weyerhaeuser Company will appeal a decision made by a U.S. Bankruptcy Judge awarding $460 million to the estate of diaper producer Paragon Trade Brands. Weyerhaeuser has not recorded a charge against earnings because it believes the bankruptcy decisi… Read More »
Future Senior Incontinence Products
By Graham Allan, Professor of Chemical Engineering and Professor of Fiber & Polymer Science at the University of Washington
Published March 21, 2014
Analyzing odors should be a top priority in product development. Read More »
Published April 15, 2013
INDA, Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry, has appointed Brad Kalil as the new director of market research and statistics. Kalil will be joining INDA effective April 22. INDA’s previous director of market research and statistics, Ian B… Read More »
SINCE 2011
Published December 2, 2011
The biennial event brought a wealth of energy, enthusiasm and education to Shanghai. Read More »
By Sandra Levy, Associate Editor
Published September 15, 2009
Innovation is alive and well throughout the industry. Read More »