Attendees are invited to visit H.B. Fuller at booth number 1522.
September 21, 2021
H.B. Fuller announced that its activities at INDEX™20, being held October 19-22 in Geneva, Switzerland, will focus on next-generation technologies and solutions that can reduce the overall ecological footprint and support manufacturers’ equipment effectiveness and regulatory goals.
The development of adhesives and substrates for wearable medical devices is challenging and requires careful consideration due to the nature of human skin and the characteristics of the specific device.
July 7, 2021
The wearable medical device market is growing rapidly, driven by demand for innovative products that offer personalized care such as activity monitoring, point-of-care diagnostics, and dispensing (insulin, medications, electrolytes, etc.). These devices are quickly becoming a valuable part of many care plans, as they lessen the patient’s time in medical facilities—which has been critically important throughout the COVID-19 pandemic—and reduce healthcare costs.
Plant-based,” “premium cotton,” and “natural” claims are appealing to today’s parents: millennials. Millennial parents are demanding that brands provide “free and clear” products for their personal and families’ use.
H.B. Fuller’s all-in-one elastic attachment adhesive reportedly demonstrates best-in-class creep and sheer strength performance across all key adult and baby diaper applications.
December 10, 2020
H.B. Fuller recently announced that it has launched the latest generation of elastic attachment adhesives with Full-Care 8220 to better serve the nonwoven hygiene industry, which is increasingly using elastic materials.
ISCC Plus is a supply chain certification for circular materials, both recycled and bio-based.
October 7, 2020
Berry Global Group, Inc. recently announced that its Biesheim, France, facility has achieved an International Sustainability and Carbon Certificate (ISCC), which enables the site to sell ISCC Plus-certified nonwovens.
According to Arkema, this investment represents a new step in the geographical strengthening of Bostik and confirms the company’s commitment to developing innovative and sustainable products.
September 22, 2020
Arkema recently announced the startup of a new world-scale industrial adhesives plant in Japan that will reportedly enable Bostik to serve its Japanese customers in the continuously growing markets of diapers, hygiene, packaging, labelling, transportation, and electronics.