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  • Albaad USA

    Albaad USA

    June 19, 2016
    Albaad USA, a division of Albaad Corporation, is a full line supplier of wet wipes and tampon products. Our state-of-the-art facility in Reidsville, NC produces wipes for Retail, Institutional, and Contract customers. Product lines include: Baby, Adu…

  • Nobel Hygiene Ltd. Receives Funding

    February 26, 2015
    Equity firm invests $10 million in Indian diaper maker

  • PLMA Expo

    PLMA Expo

    Susan Stansbury, contributor || January 5, 2015
    As nonwovens cross more categories, so does their presence at annual private label expo.

  • Hygiene Components: Growth In The Adult Incontinence Market

    Hygiene Components: Growth In The Adult Incontinence Market

    Tara Olivo, associate editor || December 3, 2014
    As the use of incontinence products become more mainstream, hygiene suppliers look to enhance technology.

  • Beyond Softness

    Beyond Softness

    Tom Branna, Editorial Director || March 26, 2014
    In the evolution of wipes, what they contain has become just as important as how they feel. Efficacy now, as well as aesthetics, plays an increasingly important role in a product’s success.

  • Lidl launches eco-friendly diaper range

    October 7, 2013
    Lidl has launched a new diaper range using the latest DryLock technology to the UK market. The patented-design diapers are just 3mm thick, compared with an average of 8mm, and contain no glue or fluff at the core. The benefits of this slim, fluffless…

  • The Baby Diaper Market

    The Baby Diaper Market

    Tim Wright, Editor || January 7, 2013
    Technology innovation and high growth markets continue to propel the baby diaper market forward.

  • Private Label

    Private Label

    Ian Bell, Head of Home Care, Tissue and Hygiene Research, Euromonitor International || November 11, 2011
    Underperforms in Recession

  • Not Just Diapers

    June 1, 2005
    producers look to new areas for growth