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  • The Changing Face of Hygiene

    Karen McIntyre, Editor || December 1, 2016
    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…

  • Friend or Foe?

    Karen McIntyre, Editor || November 7, 2016
    A woman’s menstrual period, sometimes referred to as a “curse” or other times referred to as a “friend,” is still considered a taboo in many parts of the world, believe it or not. In these areas, girls know little or not…

  • Goodbye PGI

    September 13, 2015
    Earlier this month, the company formerly known as PGI shocked the industry when it announced it would be purchased later this year by Berry Plastics. PGI and Berry share many of the same customers in the hygiene space, and Berry cited these synergies…

  • Adult Incontinence: Everybody Wants A Piece

    Adult Incontinence: Everybody Wants A Piece

    March 9, 2015
    To say taboos have been lifted in adult incontinence is putting things mildly. Once a condition associated with the sick and elderly, today’s incontinence sufferer wants to live an active lifestyle and consumer products companies are working ha…

  • Feminine Hygiene: Does Anyone Care Anymore?

    Feminine Hygiene: Does Anyone Care Anymore?

    November 10, 2014
    While adult incontinence growth has been making headlines, the feminine hygiene market should not be ignored.

  • Another Year Bites The Dust

    Karen Bitz McIntyre || December 5, 2007
    The past 12 months have been good ones for the nonwovens industry, marked by the largest ever IDEA Show, North America's largest nonwovens exposition, numerous nonwovens capacity investments around the globe and continued growth in both exi…

  • AIRLAIDS REBOUND

    June 6, 2005
    is the overcapacity crisis over for airlaid?