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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 mark
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.
SNW meets Do Good Hygiene
INDA promotes nonwoven careers
Nonwovens association INDA has named Justin Gutierrez as its assistant director of career services. The newly created position aims to promote the nonwovens and engineered fabrics industry as an attractive career choice to the next generation of business and technical professiona
Edgewell announces Q2 results
Edgewell Personal Care Companyhas announced its Q2 2017 results and says the company is maintaining its fiscal 2017 financial outlook for adjusted EPS and is revising its outlook for organic net sales.
US distribution for biodegradable diapers
Diaper manufacturer Poof Diapers has announced the start of US distribution of the ‘first ever’ fully biodegradable and compostable diapers.
SCA Hygiene sales up
SCA Hygiene has reported a growth in organic sales for Q1 2017.Earlier this month SCA shareholders decided to split SCA into two listed companies: forest products company SCA, and Essity, a global hygiene and health company.
Emerging markets benefit Kimberly-Clark
Personal care giant Kimberly-Clark Corporation has reported Q1 net sales of US$4.5 billion - even to the previous year, with organic sales down 1 per ce
 
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