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Qmilk collaborates on nonwovens
Packaging and tissue manufacturer Lucart Group is now using milk protein fibre from Qmilk in a line of personal care products.
Suominen at Hygienix
At personal care conference Hygienix, Suominen is showcasing its portfolio of spunlace nonwovens for absorbent hygiene products.
Sales down at Kimberly-Clark
Personal care giant Kimberly-Clark has reported Q3 2016 net sales of US$4.6 billion, down approximately 3 per cent compared to the same period last ye
AHP regulation webinar from EDANA
Nonwovens association EDANA will host a free webinar on the EU regulatory framework and guidelines for the manufacture of absorbent hygiene products, including diapers, feminine hygiene products and adult incontinence produc
Emerging markets strong for Unilever
Unilver says its latest Q3 results highlight that the company is growing competitively despite challenging markets.
Domtar completes HDIS acquisition
Domtar Corporation has completed the acquisition of Home Delivery Incontinent Supplies Co. (HDIS), pursuant to a previously announced definitive agreement which specified a total cash consideration of US$45 million, with a possible earn-out payment of up to US$10 million.
SCA to expand Kentucky plant
Global hygiene company SCA is to invest almost US$24 million in new production line in Bowling Green, Kentucky, USA. SCA currently employs 140 workers at the site which manufactures adult incontinence products under the Tena brand.
Freudenberg presents adhesive technology
Freudenberg will showcase its new E…E product range of nonwoven, woven, and knit interlinings at Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics next mon
News wipes aimed at restaurants
US wipes convertor Diamond Wipes International has launched new table cleaning wipes and hard surface sanitising wipes designed for restauran
Ahlstrom turns to NA coffee market
Fibre-based materials company Ahlstrom has signed a multi-year agreement to supply its fully compostable infusion material for single-serve coffee pods.
 
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