Procter & Gamble introducing training pants in Europe, Japan.Hot on the heels of the announcement by Kimberly-Clark that its Barton-upon-Humber plant would produce baby care products (NONWOVENS INDUSTRY, April, 1993), Procter & Gamble, Cincinnati, OH, revealed plans to test market a new training pants product in Europe. The "Pampers Pampers is a brand of disposable diaper (or nappy) marketed by Procter & Gamble worldwide. Product information
Pampers Diapers come in sizes going all the way up to Size 7. Trainers" pants are currently being test marketed in Holland and Northern Ireland Northern Ireland: see Ireland, Northern.
Part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland occupying the northeastern portion of the island of Ireland. Area: 5,461 sq mi (14,144 sq km). Population (2001): 1,685,267. , with no plans revealed yet for increased distribution.
The training pants have a stretchy stretch·y
adj. stretch·i·er, stretch·i·est
1. Capable of being stretched: a stretchy fabric.
2. Tending to stretch excessively.
Adj. 1. waistband and side panels but provide sufficient "Pampers" absorbency to protect against wetting. The products, which are available in gender specific varieties, target toddlers from 18-36 months.
In a related move, P&G's Procter & Gamble Far East subsidiary has started sales of a training pants product in two cities in Japan This is a list of cities in Japan.
For more information about cities in Japan see Municipality of Japan. Note that Tokyo is actually a special kind of prefecture not a city. Most large cities in Japan are cities designated by government ordinance. . According to NONWOVENS INDUSTRY correspondent Kin Ohmura, the "Pamper pam·per
tr.v. pam·pered, pam·per·ing, pam·pers
1. To treat with excessive indulgence: pampered their child.
2. Pants" product has been introduced to the marketplace in Fukuoka and Saga and is similar to a Uni Charm product already on the market.