Wuagneux, Ellen
March 2008
Nonwovens Industry;Mar2008, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p32
The article discusses the gap between low-cost commodity offerings and high-end niche products in the spunlace industry. It mentions market polarization as the words that describe the current condition in the spunlace market. It notes that the baby wipes segment is still showing the largest volume in the market and it is expected to continue achieving spunlace growth in the 8% range despite this gap. Jos van Hattum of Norafin GmbH says there is a tendency to split the market into two different segments.


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