Nice-Pak Products wipes up the competition as the global leader in the design, manufacture, marketing, and distribution of high-quality branded and private label wet wipe products. The company makes and markets pre-moistened wipes, including baby wipes, antibacterial towelettes, cloths for cleaning lenses and removing makeup, and wipes for surface cleaning and industrial uses. Nice-Pak's brand names include Grime Boss, Hygea, Nice 'n Clean, PDI, Sani-Cloth, Tar-Off, and Wet Nap, among others. The company, which produces more than 100 billion wet wipes each year, also offers custom-packaged towelettes for mass marketers and retailers.
New York-based Nice-Pak operates manufacturing and distributing facilities in Germany, the UK, and the US.
Producing more than 100 billion wipes annually, Nice-Pak boasts some 2.5 million sq. ft. of manufacturing space across half a dozen plants.
As part of its operations, Nice-Pak operates four divisions: consumer, healthcare, institutional, and contract. Nice-Pak International is a leader in Europe in making and supplying wet wipes.
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Mass marketer and retail customers that use custom-packaged towelettes include Dunkin' Donuts, KFC, and Auntie Anne's.
The company boasts a bulging brands portfolio that comprises names such as Nice 'n' Clean, Grime Boss, Sani-Hands, and Wet Nap, among others
Nice-Pak continues to be a leader in its industry by investing in product development and manufacturing advances. Indeed, in 2014 the company became the exclusive supplier of Wet-Nap moist towelettes to select Wal-Mart stores nationwide. To ensure it stays on top, the firm in 2013 opened a new Innovation Center in Montvale, New Jersey.
In recent years Nice-Pak has installed new equipment and expanded the capacities of its plants in Mooresville, Indiana, and Jonesboro, Arkansas. As a result of these improvements, in 2011 Nice-Pak transitioned production from its plant in Green Bay, Wisconsin, to the Indiana facility. The transition streamlined Nice-Pak's manufacturing network and improved its cost structure.
To also improve costs and to cut down on pollution, in 2013 Nice-Pak announced plans to install an 855 kw solar array on the roof of its headquarters in Orangeburg, New York. The ballasted roof-mounted system is designed to prevent 1.5 million pounds of carbon dioxide a year from entering the environment and to generate 1 million kw hours of energy per year (15% of the building's total electricity requirements).
Arthur Julius founded the family-owned firm in 1957. His son, Robert Julius, is Nice-Pak's chairman. Nice-Pak was one of the pioneers of the wet wipes industry.