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Published August 28, 2014
Will serve as the new business line director, interface and performance, in consumer specialties unit for Americas. Read More »
Published July 3, 2014
Firm's EAM Corporation will create up to 25 jobs in a multi-million dollar expansion. Read More »
Flushable Wipes
Published February 28, 2014
The market for flushable wipes has undergone a transformation in recent years as the industry works to develop standards on what should and should not be flushed. Read More »
Hygiene Components: Balancing Performance with Cost
By Karen McIntyre, Senior Editor
Published December 4, 2013
Suppliers to the hygiene market respond to lower fluff levels and thinner cores. Read More »
Published February 7, 2013
Price Hanna Consultants has published a new report on the world outlook for hygiene absorbent products and the key raw materials of nonwovens, fluff pulp, airlaid cores, superabsorbents and hygiene films. The last global hygiene report from the firm… Read More »
WooDi: Research into green diapers continues
By Amanda Marcus, Pryorroberts Communications
Published October 18, 2012
As a four-year R&D project into producing a renewable diaper core comes to a close, the main players discuss their findings. Read More »
Domtar Acquires EAM: A Perfect Match?
By Phillip Mango, President of Phillip Mango Consulting
Published June 5, 2012
Company looks to expand adult incontinence business with new airlaid producer. Read More »
By Karen Bitz McIntyre, Editor
Published March 18, 2010
This month, Procter & Gamble begins shipping its latest diaper innovation—Pampers with DryMax technology—in the U.S. Read More »
By Philip Mango, Philip Mango Consulting
Published February 6, 2008
nonwovens' penetration of this growing market depends on geography Read More »
The Ibis Zero Waste System continues to evolve as a viable means of reducing cost and minimizing solid waste disposal for producers of hygienic products such as baby/adult diapers, feminine hygiene products and bed pads. Reject hygienic products are… Read More »