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  • The Changing Face of Hygiene

    Forever, it seemed there were two major diaper players in the U.S.—Procter & Gamble and Kimberly-Clark. These two rivals were constantly trading market shares with new innovations and marketing strategies. When one company lowered prices, s…
    Karen McIntyre, Editor 12.01.16

  • Adult Incontinence | Machinery and Equipment

    The Case For Flexibility

    The machinery and equipment market has not taken a summer vacation this year. In fact, this segment of the nonwovens value chain seems to be working harder than ever. In the past several weeks, we have seen significant innovation in the category, muc…
    08.06.15

  • Construction | Fibers | Filtration | Nanotechnology

    Leader of the Pack

    They say good things come in small packages and as someone who is barely five-foot-two, I'm apt to agree. When it comes to nonwovens technologies, it is the smallest fibers that are getting the biggest headlines these days as it seems everyone is int…
    11.17.09

  • Construction | Electronics | Fibers | Filtration | Wipes

    Fibers Come Full Circle

    demands for sustainability, recyclability and conservation drive raw material markets
    Ellen Wuagneux, Associate Editor 06.10.09

  • Feminine Hygiene | Filtration

    The New Battleground

    The filtration market is expanding—both in product scope and in number of participants. Not only are new companies—not traditionally invested in filtration—entering the market, but many companies already participating in filtration…
    11.08.06

  • Wipes

    Why Wipes Won't Go Away

    According to INDA's recent analysis of wipes, household wipes now comprise the majority of North American disposable wipes sales. Experts say that the success of this market has largely been caused by the widespread popularity of electrostatic and we…
    02.10.06