Hayat Kimya

Company Headquarters

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

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.


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