We are a manufacturer, supplier, wholesaler, and importer of sanitary napkins. Most women in India experience urinary tract infections (UTIs).
Rural India has an annual dropout rate of almost 23 million girls because of inadequate sanitation facilities and lack of access to menstrual products.
In India, only 36% of women have access to sanitary pads, with the majority using plastic pads. We are not just suppliers but also provide direct or indirect employment to empower women.
Women can sell the product and also start a mini-unit in their respective areas. For communities of rural and urban females, the hygiene levels can be improved.
Our napkin does not pollute the environment. Because of being easily disposable as the wood pulp is being used; this has the distinctive property of being biodegradable.
Each unit produces 4000 packets of the napkin (consisting of 8 napkins each) for single shifts of eight hours a day, which can create direct employment for 6 to10 women. By selling this napkin through resident dealer mode; a large number of women would get economical benefits through indirect employment.
Being a female needed product, this has the potential for having a long-term stable and profitable business model, compared to other complicated and risky business initiatives by women self-help groups and women entrepreneurs. Napkins are manufactured in high-cost machines only.
The cost of the machine is about 75 lakhs to 2.5 cores. These machines are generally run by multinational companies only. By seeing the napkin’s whiteness, people who are interested in making these napkins feel that the material used for napkins manufactured is cotton.
They used viscose cloth to warm the cotton. The cotton has a tendency to absorb the liquid, but it releases liquid under the slightest pressure or squeezes.
Due to this simple reason acceptability and scalability become tough which leads to the collapse of these industries. But on automated plants, big companies are not using cotton; instead, they are using wood fibre.
Wood fibres and nonwoven fabrics are generally procured in roll forms that can be processed on high-cost machines only. The nature of the wood fiber is that it will absorb and retain the liquid even under pressure.