American Hygienics Corporation Celebrates 20 Years of Business – Magazine for the Nonwoven Industry


November 2021 marked the 20th anniversary of the founding of American Society of Hygiene (CAH). Founded in 2001 as a wholly foreign-owned company, AHC is a specialist in contract manufacturing and private label wet wipes, with a broad portfolio of products including baby wipes, disinfectant wipes, wipes antibacterial, health care wipes, medical wipes, personal care wipes. , household wipes, industrial wipes, automotive wipes, pet wipes and baby diapers. With more than 20 years of development, AHC has grown into a global enterprise exporting to more than 75 countries and regions with an annual wet wipes production capacity of up to one billion.

The company now has two integrated and advanced factories, respectively, in Shanghai and Zhejiang, China. AHC integrates research and development, design as well as manufacturing into a whole and has obtained various international quality certifications including ISO 9001, ISO 22716, ISO 13485 as well as FDA and EPA registrations.

AHC has taken the lead in OEM wet wipes and has been favored by many brand partners, based on over 20 years of experience, comprehensive management system, FDA compliant medical grade equipment, from its 100k class cleanroom workshops, from its cutting-edge microbiology. and chemistry laboratories, as well as excellent services.

On top of that, the most comprehensive line of conversion capabilities makes AHC a one-stop-shop for all kinds of wet wipes, while the dedication to protecting the environment makes the company a true supporter of eco-friendly practices. environment and green manufacturing.

In this special year 2021, AHC was awarded as the best wipe manufacturer in China by the International Disposable Paper Expo (CIDPEX) and took a leading role in the drafting of the “Method of testing and evaluating the Rinsing Capacity of Disposable Sanitary Nonwoven Materials (GB / T 40181-2021) “, which was officially released by the China National Textile and Clothing Council (CNTAC) in May.


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