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  • Knowing Your Consumers

    As the wipes market continues to expand in size and scope, it is gaining new customers daily. Depending on the task at hand, consumers in this market can vary significantly—a multitasking mom, a tween experimenting with makeup for the first tim…
    Karen McIntyre, Editor 03.27.17

  • Pacific Rim

    Southeast Asia: A Market Up for Grabs

    While new nonwovens investments have cooled in Southeast Asia (mirroring trends we’ve seen around the world) in recent months, we continue to see interest in related industries in countries like Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam and Malaysia. It see…
    Karen McIntyre, Editor 03.09.17

  • Adult Incontinence | Airlaid | Apparel

    Spunmelt Surge: Where Will It All Go?

    The spunmelt market has made our jobs here at NONWOVENS INDUSTRY very easy these past couple of months. The many line investments announced between November and January have filled our breaking news pages for the past 10 weeks as the industry appears…
    Karen McIntyre, Editor 02.16.11

  • Meltblown

    Nonwovens In the Gulf. Can They Help?

    As efforts to cap a massive oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico continue to suffer setbacks, the world is on the edge of its seat to see how this environmental catastrophe is going to play out.
    Karen Bitz McIntyre, Editor 07.14.10

  • Construction | Feminine Hygiene

    Judging the Health of Nonwovens

    Despite global economic challenges, the value of U.S. nonwovens increased 11% to $11.4 billion last year, representing a new record, according to trade figures. Additionally, the market was able to grow its exports 4% while seeing a decreas…
    Karen McIntyre 05.11.09

  • Airlaid | Apparel | Composite | Construction | Fibers | Filtration | Meltblown | Needlepunch | Product Improvement/Innovation | Spunbond | Spunlace | Wetlaid | Wipes

    Many Shapes And Forms

    no matter how you define it, composite technology is allowing nonwovens to penetrate new markets.
    Karen McIntyre, Editor 12.11.08

  • Wipes

    Show Us The Money

    It's forecast that this summer, here in the U.S., gas prices will hit the $5 mark across the board, not just in the notoriously expensive areas such as California. With a gallon of gas already hovering in the $4 range and prices of many other consume…
    Karen Bitz McIntyre 06.18.08