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The Airlaid Market: Is It Time for Investment?
By Karen McIntyre, senior editor
Published October 2, 2014
As supply continues to tighten, the industry is waiting for someone to step-up and add some capacity Read More »
Industry continues to contemplate P&G’s return to incontinence
By Karen McIntyre, senior editor
Published July 28, 2014
Company is test marketing Always Discreet pads in U.K. Read More »
Changing Times
By Tim Wright, editor
Published July 16, 2014
Baby Buddies is a new concept that bucks traditional diaper design. Read More »
APLIX
APLIX is a global leader in fastening systems for Baby diapers & Adult Incontinence products with six plants located in France, the USA, China & Brazil. APLIX offers all components of the diaper fastening system: hook, landing zone, stretch l… Read More »
First Quality
Published September 10, 2013
Great Neck, NY, U.S. www.firstquality.com 2013 Nonwovens Sales: $310 million   Plants Hazleton, PA, U.S.; McElhattan, PA, U.S.; Wuxi, China   Processes Spunmelt, spunlace   Applications Hygiene, medical First Quality… Read More »
Up Close with Brazilian Diaper Maker Ever Green
By Tim Wright, Editor
Published April 17, 2013
Exploring Brazil’s baby diaper market with Ever Green’s director, Amauri Hong. Read More »
‘Do It Your Way’
By Colleen M. Rocafort, Sam Naggiar, Anja Stork, Petra Schulte & Ashish Taneja, PhD, BASF Corporation
Published September 4, 2012
Developing personal care wipes products to meet tomorrow’s needs. Read More »
By Sandra Levy , Associate Editor
Published January 24, 2011
there�s a new diaper battleground Read More »
By Magdalena Kondej, Euromonitor International
Published January 14, 2010
despite recent economic woes emerging markets and product innovations deliver success Read More »
Diaper Manufacturers Pay Their Dues
By Karen McIntyre, Editor
Published January 5, 2006
success requires innocation, global expansion and cost competitiveness Read More »