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  • The Paradigm of Diaper Smell

    The Paradigm of Diaper Smell

    Carlos Richer, Contributing Writer || January 6, 2014
    How much WVTR is good enough in a baby diaper?

  • Hygiene Components: Balancing Performance with Cost

    Hygiene Components: Balancing Performance with Cost

    Karen McIntyre, Senior Editor || December 4, 2013
    Suppliers to the hygiene market respond to lower fluff levels and thinner cores.

  • Poligof acquires Pansac International

    October 14, 2013
    The Italian company Poligof Spa, founded in 1979 and known for producing films and laminates used in personal care products, has acquired Pansac International based in Mira, Italy. The acquisition will add 70,000 tons/year to Poligof’s producti…

  • Performance and Fit

    Performance and Fit

    Dr. Ulrich Hornfeck, member of the management board, Sandler AG & Dipl.-Ingenieur (FH) Uwe Bernhuber, senior manager product development, Sandler AG || January 7, 2013
    Evolution of stretch applications in hygiene products and new solutions for optimum performance.

  • Hygiene Components: Market & Technology Trends

    Hygiene Components: Market & Technology Trends

    Tim Wright, Managing Editor || December 4, 2012
    Consumer needs and sustainability are driving the hygiene components market forward.

  • Gulsan

    Gulsan

    September 11, 2012
    Gaziantep, Turkey www.gulsan-group.com 2012 Nonwovens Sales: $160 million   Key Personnel: Mehmet Kuyucu, general manager nonwovens and films   Plants: Gaziantep, Turke and Cairo, Egypt   Processes: Spunbond   Major markets: Baby…

  • Hassan Group

    Hassan Group

    September 1, 2011
    Istanbul, Turkey www.hassangroup.com 2011 Nonwovens Sales: $128 million Plants: Istanbul and Tekirdag, Turkey Processes: Web Forming Technologies: airlaid, carded, spunlaid; Bonding Technologies: needle punched, air-through bonded, calender bonded,…

  • Feel The Stretch

    Feel The Stretch

    Sandra Levy, Associate Editor || June 7, 2011
    The nonwovens industry is developing innovative technologies to help producers incorporate more stretch into the design of hygiene, medical and industrial products, responding to increasing demands for better fit, comfort, elasticity and recovery