PRODUCT TYPE (BY BRAND OWNER)


Hayat Kimya





Company Headquarters

Mahir Iz. Cad. No. 25
Altunizade, Uskudar
Istanbul, 34662
Turkey

Company Description

Hayat Kimya offers products in three main categories of the FMCG segment: home-care, tissue and hygienic products. The company offers the Papia, Familia, Teno and Focus brands in the tissue category, the Bingo and TEST brands in the home-care category, and the Molped (sanitary pads), Molfix (baby diapers) and Joly and Evony (adult diapers) in the hygienic products category.

PRODUCT TYPE (BY BRAND OWNER)

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