Ultrathin sanitary towels
Fluff sanitary pads
The main requirements of the ISO 9001 standard include: introducing supervision over documentation and records, involvement of the management in building a quality management system, systematizing resource management, establishing product realization processes, making systematic measurements (customer satisfaction, products, processes).
The Forest Stewardship Council® certificate confirms the traceability of forest products.
The FSC® certificate covers the traceability of forest products and projects related to their use, and guarantees a supply chain that allows the organization to control the origin of purchased and sold forest products through the supervision of material flow.
9K masks have the STANDARD 100 OEKO-TEX certificate, being a non-medical product used to combat COVID-19, intended for people who do not practice medical professions and have not been confirmed to have an active COVID 19 infection.
STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® is one of the most famous labels in the world for textiles tested for harmful substances. It means the trust of customers and high product safety.
The mission of the Institute at the turn of the years was to shape public health in Poland, in particular in the area of preventing infectious diseases and infections, monitoring risk factors in food, water and air, and promoting health.
This is still the case today. The tasks carried out at the Institute are aimed at strengthening the sense of community based on the values inscribed in the Polish state and national tradition. The NIPI finds solutions thanks to which people can live a healthy, long and active life. It provides research and solutions with scientific credibility and enables them to be used by all those who care about their own health and that of the whole society.
This plan of merger by acquisition was agreed on December 17, 2021 between the Management Boards of the following companies: Hygienika spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością and TMT Partners spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością.
The Participating Companies intend to merge in order to optimize the simplification of the ownership structure.
The Participating Companies intend to merge in accordance with Title IV, Section I ( Mergers of companies ), Chapter 1 ( General provisions ) and Chapter 2 ( Mergers of limited liability companies ) ( Article 498 et seq., In particular Article 516 ) of the Commercial Companies Code of September 15 2000 (Journal of Laws No. 94, item 1031, as amended) (“Commercial Companies Code”), as a result of which:
The Acquiring Company is not a public company and holds 100% of shares in the share capital of the Acquired Company.
The Merger Plan was prepared jointly by the management boards of the Participating Companies.