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Published May 9, 2011
Tena innovation will create new niche in AI category. Read More »
Published May 4, 2011
Founded in Russia in 2004, Regent Neotex is on the fast track todeveloping nonwovens manufacturing in the Russian Federation using Reicofil technology. Read More »
Published April 28, 2011
Vistamaxx propylene-based elastomers lead to new soft nonwoven fabric for high quality hygiene absorbent products Read More »
Published April 28, 2011
Company rolling out Drypers diapers and Tena incontinence items this spring. Read More »
Published April 20, 2011
Two-line plant to be built in Wuxi. Read More »
Published April 18, 2011
Air through, airlaid, calendered are among company's technologies. Read More »
Published April 13, 2011
Six-beam Reicofil line will be up in early '13. Read More »
Published April 11, 2011
Customers are our number one priority. Our unique products set quality standards and anticipate future market trends. Read More »
Published April 10, 2011
Platform offers producers ability to consolidate and increase production. Read More »
Published April 10, 2011
Velvtouch materials are produced with a special technology to give enhanced features to substrates. Read More »
Published April 6, 2011
Healthcare business charts progress in sustainability efforts. Read More »
Published April 4, 2011
Expansion program will double the company‚Äôs hygiene nonwoven capacity by third quarter 2012. Read More »
Incontinence, An Embarrassment Of Riches
Published March 15, 2011
Incontinence, An Embarrassment Of Riches by Ian Bell, head of global tissue and research, Euromonitor International Incontinence, although still not a subject that sits easily with many consumers, is ironically the future for many of the world&rsqu… Read More »
Published March 10, 2011
20,000 ton line to target growing hygiene market in Asia. Read More »
By Sandra Levy, Associate Editor
Published February 16, 2011
With an estimated 400,000 tons of capacity coming onstream, the industry waits to see if good times are ahead for spunmelt manufacturers. Read More »