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Airlaid Market Positioned for Progress
By Sean Moloughney, Managing Editor
Published October 8, 2012
Growing demand in the feminine hygiene sector and a strong sustainability story will help move the airlaid market forward. Read More »
Published September 18, 2012
Company uses airlaid in food pad applications. Read More »
The Future of Superabsorbents in Food Packaging: Nonwovens Powders or Fibers?
By Phil Mango , Phil Mango Consulting
Published October 4, 2011
The inclusion of superabsorbents has opened up doors for airlaid nonwovens in this market. Read More »
Published February 16, 2011
Food industry has an appetite for airlaid when it comes to packaging and pads. Read More »
By Dr. Dong Zhang, Textile Research Associate
Published March 20, 2008
The textile industry is one of the largest consumer-supported industries with significant impact on the worldwide economy. Advancements in applications of nonwovens technology to improve textile properties offer a great economic potential for the in… Read More »
By Philip Mango, Philip Mango Consulting
Published February 6, 2008
nonwovens' penetration of this growing market depends on geography Read More »
Food Pads: A Great Market For Airlaid
By Karen McIntyre, Editor
Published February 12, 2007
absorbency requirements open up opportunities in food packaging Read More »
Airlaid Grabs Hold In Food Packaging
Published June 6, 2005
manufacturers develop new uses for technology Read More »
SCA Continues to Commit to Feminine Hygiene
By Karen McIntyre, editor
Published November 10, 2014
Hygiene company focuses on outreach and innovation to bring women what they want when they need it. Read More »
Converting Update
By Tim Wright, editor
Published October 3, 2014
Providers of finishing, packaging, slitting, winding and other services to the nonwovens industry develop new technologies that add up to new products. Read More »