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Published March 26, 2014
US Patent No.: 8,618,350 B2 Inventor(s): Todd Leon Mansfield, Cincinnati, OH, US Company: The Procter & Gamble Company, Cincinnati, OH, US Filed: 2/14/11 Issued: 12/31/13 A disposable absorbent article comprising an elastic film material that re… Read More »
Published November 6, 2013
US Patent No.: 8,304,599 B2 Inventor(s): Arman Ashraf, Hamilton, Ohio, US; and Daniel Steven Wheeler, Cincinnati, Ohio, US. Company: The Procter & Gamble Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, US. Filed: 4/28/06 Issue: 11/6/12 A method of forming a roll of… Read More »
Published October 2, 2013
RKW opened its latest hygiene film plant on Sept. 26 in Franklin, KY. The ribbon cutting ceremony was led by Hansjakob Mueller, chairman of the RKW supervisory board. Opening the day’s proceedings, Roland Roth, the company’s CEO said, &l… Read More »
Published December 4, 2012
DelStar Technologies, Inc. has introduced a new Delnet apertured film product designed to offer improved adhesion characteristics over a variety of substrates. The new Delnet product has a coextruded layer of acrylic acid copolymer that can be incorp… Read More »
Published April 10, 2011
Company showcases topsheets, acquisition distribution layers and elastic product lines. Read More »
Published January 4, 2011
Danafilms operates plants in Massachusetts, Kentucky. Read More »
Thin film-coated fabrics and flexible materials are produced for a broad range of industrial and consumer  applications by Techni-Met. Coated and metallized wovens, nonwovens, polymeric films and other  flexible substrate materials offer pr… Read More »
The Transportation Division of Bostik, Inc. has introduced a strippable high performance, fire retardant film adhesive.  It re­places solvent-based ad­hesives used to bond decorative laminates to composite panels for in­terior aerosp… Read More »
Hygiene Components: Growth In The Adult Incontinence Market
By Tara Olivo, associate editor
Published December 3, 2014
As the use of incontinence products become more mainstream, hygiene suppliers look to enhance technology. Read More »