WAUWATOSA - Bostik, the major supplier of adhesive solutions to manufacturers of absorbent hygiene articles, has launched the latest episode in its series of podcasts, which aims to outline holistic sustainable solutions, resources and support for the hygiene industry.
‘Attached to Hygiene’ has been created by Bostik, the adhesive solutions division of Arkema, to support manufacturers of absorbent hygiene articles to meet their own sustainable development objectives and the aspirations of their consumers.
This edition raises the question, how will the nonwovens industry look in 2035? From a declining birth rate to unexpected world events to regulations, “business as usual” may be substantially different in just over a decade.
In this episode of “Attached to Hygiene,” host Jack Hughes delves into predictions with three long-time players in the industry: Nick Carter, Vice President, Nonwovens Marketing at Avgol Nonwovens; DeeAnn Nelson, NA-R&D and Innovation Manager at Avgol; and Darius Deak, Global R&D Director for Bostik. Together they use their decades of experience to make informed projections for the disposable hygiene market.
- The influence of purchasing decisions and lifestyle choices by Millennials and Gen Z consumers
- How outside factors such as legislation could change the industry
- What products and new innovations will look like in the future
- How “black swan” events like COVID-19 will play a role
- The growing focus on trends such as sustainability
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