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SCA's Essity listed for trading
STOCKHOLM – The largest global hygiene and health company Essity Aktiebolag was listed on Nasaq Stockholm today. Essity Aktiebolag has confirmed that their class A and class B shares are currently trading, after splitting from the Swedish company, SCA Group.
Domtar underpad innovation awarded
RALEIGH - Domtar Corporation has announced that its Attends Supersorb Complete Premium Underpad has received Innovative Technology designation from healthcare company Vizient.
Unicharm chooses Diaper Recycling Technology
JAPAN - Diana Unicharm, part of the Unicharm Group in Japan, is to install new recycling operations from Diaper Recycling Technology to process factory waste and negating the need to this waste stream to landfill.
MCL launches news app
Sustainable Nonwovens readerscan now discover the very latest textiles, nonwovens and apparel industry news in the palms of their hands, with the launch of MCL News & Media’s brand new mobile app dedicated to sustainability, innovation and manufacturing within the global textile industry.
SCA makes new Tena agreement
Hygiene and health company SCA, manufacturer of Tena incontinence products, has announced a new agreement with healthcare company Vizient, offering savings on Tena brand products and services.
Incontinence sensors for patient care
US start-up ElderSens has launched a new wearable sensors network technology to alert staff via an SMS text message when incontinence products need to be changed.
WaterWipes outlines US plans
WaterWipes, an Irish maker of chemical-free baby wipes, is using Portsmouth, New Hampshire, as its new base of operations to gain a stronger foothold into the US market.
Scientists develop biodegradable AHP
University of Utah engineers have developed what they claim to be the world’s first 100 per cent biodegradable, yet comfortable, sanitary pad.
Hohenstein establishes health centre
The Hohenstein Institute has established the Hohenstein Health Centre in Boennigheim, Germany, which is focused on medical textiles such as apparel, medical products and processes which affect human health.
Glatfelter honoured by wallcover producer
Glatfelter’s Dresden facility, part of the company’s Composite Fibres Business Unit, has been recognised for service excellence, consistent high quality and long-term cooperation by Russia’s largest wallcover producer KOF Palitra.
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