Welcome to A World of Wipes™
- A leading global manufacturer of CONTROL BRAND & PRIVATE LABEL wet and dry wipes.
- Offers full solutions, from product concepts to delivery of finished goods, including R&D.
- Produces superior products that meet all U.S. FDA regulations.
- Manufactured under cGMP, ISO 9002, ISO 14001 & EcoCert.
- Exclusive patented formulations.
- Unique customized packaging.
Our manufacturing capabilities include, folding, wetting and packaging in tubs and refills, perforated rolls in canisters, and single packets/sachets of various sizes. We provide complete wet wipes conversion or partial components & raw materials and can accommodate long and short runs.
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A WORLD OF WIPES™, dba of UNICO I.T.C, headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida, U.S.A., enjoys over 20 years of wet and dry wipes manufacturing expertise. Our manufacturing facilities and capabilities in the U.S. and Israel enable us to provide the very best services to our customers throughout the world. Highly equipped for all levels of production.
Build a brand identity: Due to wet wipes’ flexibility, they also can serve as line extensions for lotion or cream products.
Unico/A World of Wipes Inc., which offers wipes for the home care market believes, that simple packaging is essential in this sector. The Florida company manufacturers private label wipes and A World of Wipes Professional line. Among the company’s niche wipes are, CPAP Mask Cleaning Wipes for people with sleep apnea, Body Glove Wipes for caregivers who are cleansing patients and Diabetic Foot Care wipes.
The economy is trumping the environmental inclinations of most shoppers, but eco-friendly features still remain a positive value-added component. Avi Tansman, president of Boca Raton, Fla.-based A World of Wipes, says his company has worked with retailers to create low-cost wipes that are sustainability-minded, biodegradable and recyclable.
Retailers should definitely not be afraid of new concepts and products. There’s nothing wrong with store brands being better than national brands.
Many suppliers and retailers claim to offer baby wipes that are made from 100 percent natural cotton fibers. But in reality, many of these wipes are made from a much smaller percentage of natural cotton fibers
The biggest change I’m seeing and hope to see continue is retailers creating more of an identity with their private label lines, even going way beyond national brand equivalents.