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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 »
By John Xuan, Nonwovens Staff
Published November 3, 2006
Similar to other nonwovens technologies, much of Chinea’s airlaid machinery comes from the U.S, Europe and other developed areas. This market began at the end of the 1990s when Rite, based in Wuzhong, built a commercial airlaid line, based on… Read More »
Published October 3, 2005
better...but not good Read More »