We work for our customers
Albatross Company offers It’s customers recycled toilet paper from it’s own mother rolls base. In addition, on the purchased raw materials, the company enters the domestic market with cellulose paper, napkins and towels. Albatross imports the basis for pulp yarn from Bulgaria, citing it with higher quality and affordability compared to Ukrainian counterparts.
Given the quality of products, packaging design and the visual appeal of napkins, they are put on the shelves next to Georgia Pacific and Kimberly Clark products …
We produce high quality toilet paper in Ukraine!
“Contract production (personal trade mark)”
In conditions of rather fierce competition, the usual methods of stimulating sales in retail chains are no longer enough. Retailers seek to increase the share of their own sales by introducing PTM (personal trade mark). Thereby monopolize and control processes within the retail network.
As one of the methods of forming customer loyalty, retail chains actively offer promotions and special offers, but only for their products, namely PTM. It is known that the main plus for the end user is the low cost of the PTM product. At the same time, the end consumer is guaranteed stable product quality and compliance with milestones of production standards.
Thereby, significantly increase awareness of personal brand (TM), which in turn has a positive effect on the general increase in implementation. There is no need to develop a foreign brand of any manufacturer, the tasks of the retail network are its own growth in sales and quick turnover of funds.
The introduction of our own brands has great working potential both to increase the efficiency of the retail network and the development of production.
The company Albatross, offers the production of products under the customer’s PTM. We will help you develop and translate your layout into final products. This applies to napkins, toilet paper rolls and towels. Individual approach and the pursuit of excellence, these are our advantages over competitors.