TAL success at CHIPEC

TAL1 Technical Absorbents Ltd (TAL) reports considerable success at the recent 17th China International Tissue and Disposable Hygiene Products Exhibition (CIHPEC).
The UK-based company travelled to Nanjing for the three-day exhibition to further promote its superabsorbent technology to the growing disposable hygiene market in China.
TAL is owned by Bluestar Fibres Ltd, which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of China National Bluestar Corporation, which in-turn is wholly-owned by ChemChina – one of China’s fastest growing chemical groups. For this reason, increasing the company’s presence in Asia – and raising further awareness of its innovative super absorbent fibre – is of particular importance to the company.
In addition to the manufacture of Oasis SAF, TAL toll manufactures nonwovens, yarns, woven fabrics and finished consumer goods – all containing Oasis. This is as a result of the relationships it has built with some of the world’s leading specialist fibre converters, roll-goods producers and end product manufacturers. It is now working to develop similar networks with Asian companies in order to enhance routes to market within this region.
The hygiene sector is one of a number of key industries for Oasis SAF, due to its superior fluid absorption properties and ability to produce super soft and discreet absorbent core designs without the need for containment systems.
“TAL’s experience in the disposable hygiene sector has allowed it to develop Oasis SAF-containing fabrics which deliver improved user comfort levels and ultra-low re-wet performance,” said TAL business development manager Dave Hill.  “In addition, Oasis SAF offers excellent conversion, minimum wastage and consistent performance. These are benefits desired by both hygiene product manufacturers and the end-user.
“During CIHPEC TAL there was a lot interest from hygiene producers, particularly those interested in the development of new ultra-thin femme-pads and from diaper manufacturers looking to challenge traditional manufacturing techniques and offer something new to the consumer.”

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