September / October 2017

    Delivery economy – centre store online?

    The retail sector is going through a transition. Everything can be purchased by a click of a mouse, or a swipe on an app, and get delivered to your doorstep, including tissue and hygiene products. Major retailers,...
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    TWM Interview: Manuel Dizon, CEO – International, Global Tissue Business Unit, Asia Pulp &...

    Manuel Dizon joined Asia Pulp & Paper as CEO – International, Global Tissue Business Unit in January 2017. He has more than 20 years of general management, sales, and marketing experience with companies...
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    All is not well for North American tissue producers

    As brand loyalty is slowly eroding in the US, Europe’s leading discounters are set for major expansions. Report for TWM by RBC Capital’s markets analyst Paul Quinn. Change is afoot. Branded tissue products will...
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    Tissue … the perfect canvas for capturing life’s perfect moments

    Claire Bowen is a Perth, Australia-based blogger, dramatist and self-described “leftie feminist greenie” who studies the impact of popular culture on the historical record. I’ll let you in on a secret –...
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    Meeting the WSR challenge head on

    Wet strength resins are the most expensive chemical application in tissue production. Hence the urgent need for economically effective solutions to reduce consumption. Kemira’s Vladimir Grigoriev and Eric Padovani discuss. A TWM report.     Wet...
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    The shifting growth of Asia’s most developed country; premium and lower mainstream products key

      Quality, in Asia’s most developed country, is key in the Japanese tissue market … that much is a constant. Much else, however, has moved on in the four years since TWM’s last Country Report from there,...

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