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Bringing Balance
By Tara Olivo, associate editor
Published February 18, 2015
Yoga wipes clean more than just mats, while centering the body and mind Read More »
Published February 13, 2015
New position created for Sandra MacQuillan Read More »
Published February 13, 2015
Complement tampons in Sport Level Protection line Read More »
Published February 13, 2015
Significant volume growth in emerging markets Read More »
Published February 12, 2015
Awarded 2015 Product of the Year Read More »
Published February 11, 2015
Upgrades at Waterville, OH, plant to commence this year Read More »
Published February 11, 2015
Market will grow at a CAGR of 6.97% Read More »
Spunmelt Investment Continues
By Karen McIntyre, editor
Published February 5, 2015
New lines keep coming as manufacturers look to gain a competitive edge with up-to-date technology. Read More »
Four Companies Compete For Rise Award
By Karen McIntyre, editor
Published February 5, 2015
Winner of durables products competition will be announced at RISE conference this month. Read More »
By Jessica Franken, Director of Government Affairs & Dawnee Giammittorio, Associate Director of Government Affairs INDA, Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry
Published February 5, 2015
U.S., Cuba Restore Relations; CPSC Proposes Banning Five Phthalates in Toys and Certain Children's Products; Definition of Solid Waste Rule Approved Read More »
Published February 5, 2015
U.S. Patent No. 8,920,398 B2 Read More »
Published February 5, 2015
U.S. Patent No. 8,920,397 B2 Read More »
Published January 30, 2015
North American wetlaid line would serve high-value applications. Read More »
Kimberly-Clark to Revamp Huggies Business
By Tara Olivo, associate editor
Published January 29, 2015
Company to focus on marketing and innovation in 2015 after diaper volumes dip Read More »
Published January 28, 2015
Hydraspun Plus disperses three times as fast as earlier generation materials. Read More »