PRODUCT TYPE (BY BRAND OWNER)


Delipap Oy





Company Headquarters

Teollisuustiela 19
Veikkola, 02880
Finland

Company Description

Family-owned Delipap Oy is Finland's only manufacturer of disposable diapers. It has two plants—one in Kirkkonummi for the manufacturer of feminine hygiene and one in Tammisaari, which makes baby diapers.

PRODUCT TYPE (BY BRAND OWNER)

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