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Published September 15, 2011
A WSJ report says the company will tweak its products to appeal to the Hispanic market. Read More »
Published September 14, 2011
The company joins the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index. Read More »
Published September 13, 2011
The waste diapers will be collected from hospitals, nursing facilities and child care nurseries, prior to sterilization. Read More »
Published September 9, 2011
The Envirocomp process provides a more sustainable alternative to landfill and incinerations. Read More »
Published August 30, 2011
A 15,000-ton spunbond line will come onstream in late 2013. Read More »
Published August 30, 2011
By acquiring Diana Viet Nam, Unicharm hopes to expand its local presence and compete with US rival Kimberly-Clark. Read More »
Published August 19, 2011
It will be the first acrylic acid and superabsorbents plant in South America. Read More »
Published August 18, 2011
A new plant is expected to begin production in the third quarter of 2013. Read More »
Published August 12, 2011
The new diaper plant will serve the country's massive baby population. Read More »
By Giulio D'Inca , Urologist Ospedale Belluno
Published August 11, 2011
Urologist Giulio D'Inca says a new vacuum technology can improve the quality of life for those with incontinence. Read More »
Hygiene's Curb Appeal
By Leah Genuario, Contributor
Published August 9, 2011
While "fashion-ability" is the most obvious hygiene packaging trend, some of the largest trends are less visible. Read More »
Published August 5, 2011
The company reports revenues are up 10% from last year. Read More »
Published August 3, 2011
The FlexiCenter facility will offer local employment opportunities for individuals with disabilites. Read More »
Published August 1, 2011
The idea is to use soy meal to replace 33% of the acrylic acid-based SAPs. Read More »
Published July 28, 2011
The Every Little Bottom campaign is expected to donate 200 million diapers. Read More »