Karen McIntyre, Editor||March 9, 2017
One of Southeast Asia’s greatest success stories says it’s not done advancing.
David J. Price||March 9, 2017
Growth will slow during the next five years amidst higher market penetration and weaker economic conditions.
David J. Price, Partner, Price Hanna Consultants LLC||February 2, 2017
Global capacity was just over four million tons in 2016; growth projected at 3.2%.
Karen McIntyre, Editor||February 2, 2017
Technology evolves to meet need to softness in hygiene while new markets for technology emerge.
June 9, 2016
Companies convened in Boston, MA to show off innovations and make connections.
May 13, 2016
The global nonwovens market will grow to be worth $50.8 billion in 2020, up from a value of $37.4 billion in 2015.
Karen McIntyre, editor||April 13, 2016
Investment continues in the region as disposables continue to take root with more consumers.
Karen McIntyre, editor||April 12, 2016
Nonwovens join with other materials to add benefits in many markets.
Ringier Trade Media||February 18, 2016
For more than 20 years Xinlong has been pioneering nonwovens production in China
Karen McIntyre, editor||February 18, 2016
With four lines in China and two in Indonesia, this Korean company is intent on being Asia’s largest nonwovens manufacturer
Tara Olivo, associate editor||February 3, 2016
Strength in core markets has led to global investments.
David Price, Price Hanna Consultants||February 3, 2016
Global capacity expected to surpass 3.5 million tons by 2017.
Karen McIntyre, editor||February 2, 2016
Spunmelt capacity investment has not slowed. As recently as last month, new lines have been announced and currently there are at least 13 new lines, many of which will add nearly 20,000 tons of capacity, either starting up or under construction aroun…
Tara Olivo, associate editor||December 2, 2015
A positive outlook on the auto industry has led to a number of investments in the market this year.
Karen McIntyre, editor||December 2, 2015
North American expansion, adult incontinence, flushable wipes were among the top stories this year.
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