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What’s Driving the Medical Nonwovens Market?
Published April 3, 2014
The use of nonwovens in medical applications is growing. 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 »
Published April 18, 2011
Airspun Flushable adheres to flushability guidelines. Read More »
Published February 16, 2011
Food industry has an appetite for airlaid when it comes to packaging and pads. Read More »
Published March 19, 2009
Offers outlook for absorbent products and key raw materials. Read More »
Buckeye
Published January 1, 2009
Location: MEMPHIS, TN Sales: $240 Million Description: Key Personnel Marko Rajamaa, senior vice president, Nonwovens; Mike Brown, Nonwovens sales manager—Americas and Far East; Norbert Busch, Nonwovens sales manager—Europe and Middle… Read More »
By Philip Mango, Nonwovens Staff
Published October 15, 2008
Recovery Complete... What's Next? Read More »
The Challenges Of Good Hygiene
Published August 17, 2005
hygiene component suppliers withstand consolidation, globalization, price pressures and a continuous call for innovation Read More »
Published March 10, 2005
John R. Starr, Inc has recently published a report on the world outlook for hygiene absorbent products and the key raw materials of nonwovens, fluff pulp, airlaid cores, superabsorbents and hygiene films. For many years, John R. Starr, Inc. has prepa… 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 »