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Feminine Care Trends Set New Performance Requirements

Women stretching in Yoga class.
Posted 10/14/2019 by Julia Li, Hygiene Global Marketing Manager

Full-Care® 6215 positioning adhesive addresses consumers’ active lifestyle and increased functionality trends while delivering up to 25% savings to hygiene customers.

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Answering Today's Most Pressing Trends in Disposable Hygiene Product Design

Baby in a diaper with its nose on a soft teddy bear.
Posted 06/28/2019 by Catherine Huang, Marketing Manager, Asia Pacific Hygiene

There is increasing global consensus that Asia Pacific consumers might be the group with the highest requirements for hygiene products. One of the reasons is that Japan has set very high-quality standards for hygiene products, such as softness and low odor, and these requirements were adopted quickly by neighboring countries, including China.

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Automating Adhesive Delivery in the Hygiene and Nonwovens Market

H.B. Fuller FreeFlow system at a show.
Posted 05/21/2019 by Julia Li, Global Marketing Manager, Hygiene

Industry 4.0 is the current manufacturing trend of automating processes and exchanging data by way of technology. By introducing Industry 4.0 solutions to their facilities, nonwovens manufacturers can make informed business decisions in real-time. While attending IDEA, the world’s preeminent event for nonwovens and engineered fabrics, we launched our Industry 4.0 solution, FreeFlow™ Automated Adhesive Delivery System.

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Hygiene Trends for the Future

The H.B.Fuller team of hygiene experts at OUTLOOK India 2019.
Posted 03/27/2019 by Harsh Gupta, Regional General Manager - India, Middle East & Egypt

The major and regional players in the Indian hygiene industry gathered together at OUTLOOKTM INDIA 2019 to discuss the most pressing challenges and prevailing trends in the industry. Read more.

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Make in India? H.B. Fuller turns global into local!

Indian woman representing the hygiene industry.
Posted 01/08/2019 by Harsh Gupta, Regional General Manager for the India, Middle East and Egypt Region

Growing Hygiene Industry The Hygiene industry in India is growing rapidly across all segments, largely due to rising disposable and per capita incomes, increasing number of employed women, and numerous government and NGO initiatives. Between 2017 and 2022, the sanitary protection market is projected to grow at a rate of 11 percent CAGR in unit volume terms, the baby diaper segment at 17 percent, and the retail adult incontinence market is set to show a growth at close to 17 percent CAGR in unit...

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