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Published June 9, 2011
Gatineau investment will benefit customers in the Americas. Read More »
Wipes:
By Ian Bell , Head of Home Care, Tissue and Hygiene Research, Euromonitor International
Published June 7, 2011
Still a Relevant Format in the Post-Recession Era Read More »
Published May 11, 2011
Net sales were $237.8 million for the third quarter. Read More »
Published April 11, 2011
Buckeye brings unique fiber solutions and a commitment to sustainability as your partner for high quality air laid nonwovens, fluff pulp, and purified cotton. Read More »
Published April 10, 2011
Turkey's Selcuk will enter airlaid market late next year. Read More »
Published March 21, 2011
Airlaid line should be up and running this fall. Read More »
Published February 16, 2011
Food industry has an appetite for airlaid when it comes to packaging and pads. Read More »
Published February 14, 2011
Production capacity is 10,000 tons per year. Read More »
Published January 26, 2011
Second quarter net income reaches $17.1 million. Read More »
By Karen McIntyre, Editor
Published October 8, 2010
slow and steady growth and cautious investment seems to be the trick for success in this nonwovens market Read More »
Published October 19, 2009
After overcoming crippling overcapacity and pricing woes, the airlaid market looks promising Read More »
By Philip Mango, Nonwovens Staff
Published October 15, 2008
Recovery Complete... What's Next? Read More »
Published June 18, 2008
baby care still dominates personal wipes market as consumers worry over excess spending and narrow in on essentials Read More »
By Philip Mango, Philip Mango Consulting
Published February 6, 2008
nonwovens' penetration of this growing market depends on geography Read More »
Airlaid: Back On Track
By Karen McIntyre, Editor
Published October 10, 2007
after years of hand wringing, airlaid manufacturers are cautiously optimistic Read More »