Formally known as Absorbent Cotton Industries Limited, The Anjarwalla family bought the African Cotton Industries Limited in 1960 with the aim to shape the Manufacturing Industry in the production of cotton, hygiene improvement and employment opportunity for people. The company is into the manufacturing of various hygienic brand products – home care, feminine care, baby care, and personal care – of superior value from cotton. Some of its processed and marketable products include Cotton Buds, Serviettes, Facial Tissue, Kitchen Towels, Cotton Rolls, Cotton Wool, Cocktail Napkins, Popup Tissue, Cotton Pleats, Toilet Papers, Baby Diapers, Maternity Pads, Ultra-thin Pads with Wings.
For her renowned work, quality products, and life-changing mission, Kenya Ministry of Education partnered with them in 2012 on the provision of sanitary pads and towels to the less privileged girls in the country. Among its milestone is the completion of Stanford seed at the Stanford’s Graduate school of Business. They are active on Facebook and Instagram, and you can follow them for more updates. This is great news for Africa entrepreneurs and individuals as this innovation promises a future for Africa’s Manufacturing Industry.
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