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Published February 14, 2013
New line will add specialty fiber production to Lenzing HQ Read More »
Published January 7, 2013
Production will commence in 2015. Read More »
Published November 30, 2012
New factory will help Tapyrus expand further into Southeast Asia region. Read More »
Published November 27, 2012
SMS brings company's capacity to 15,000 tons. Read More »
Published November 26, 2012
New technology will target high efficiency filter applications Read More »
Published November 16, 2012
Huggies maker will remain active in Italy. Read More »
Published November 7, 2012
Joint venture company will make materials for wraps and masking papers. Read More »
Published November 7, 2012
Plans to expand its Appleton facilities; company has experienced a 60% increase in business over the last three years among its existing and new customer base and is planning to expand into more testing areas. Read More »
Indonesia’s SPV now world’s largest viscose fiber plant
Published November 6, 2012
SPV's capacity now exceeds Lenzing's parent plant in Austria. Read More »
K-C Withdrawal From European Diaper Biz: An Expected Move
By Karen Bitz McIntyre, editor
Published October 25, 2012
Industry insiders say move will benefit private labelers, allow K-C to focus on healthier markets Read More »
Foreign Investment Reshapes Chinese Disposables Market
By Karen Bitz McIntyre, Editor
Published October 8, 2012
Baby diapers, adult incontinence see explosive growth as feminine hygiene streamlines and wet wipes face lower pricing levels. Read More »
Published October 3, 2012
Plans to increase dissolving pulp capacity at Biocel Paskov. Read More »
Published October 1, 2012
Explosion hits Japanese SAP maker. Read More »
Published September 27, 2012
Companies hope to finalize deal as soon as possible. Read More »
Published September 27, 2012
Facility will serve customers throughout state. Read More »