Incontinence Product Manufacturers, Part 1
Global manufacturers of private label incontinence products, namely underwear, include Drylock Technologies, LiveDo USA, Woodbury Products, DTS Trading, Tradis, Carmelton, Aldi, McKesson, Irving Personal Care, and Domtar. The full requested information can be found on the following spreadsheet.
- Drylock Technologies is a Belgian manufacturer of private label incontinence products, ranging from liner pads, diapers, and unisex pull-ups.
- An American-based private label manufacturer of incontinence products is LiveDo USA, which offers products such as the Livdry pull-ups and liner pads.
- Woodbury Products is another American private label producer of incontinence products, offering 260 incontinence-related products including liner pads, belted undergarments, underpads, briefs, and pull-ups.
- Miami-based Tradis offers a range of products including adult diapers (briefs), protective underwear (pull-ons), underpads, bladder control pads and other incontinence products.
- McKesson Medical-Surgical, based in Texas, provides private label medical supplies and post-operative products, including a range of incontinence-related products such as briefs, diapers, liners, pants, and accessories.
- Domtar offers a wide range of adult incontinence products from personal brands such as Attends®, Indasec®, IndasSlip®, and Reassure® and unique partner brands; they offer products such as protective underwear, underpads, liners, washcloths, and body patches.
- DTS Trading, whose headquarters are located in Stokenchurch, England, provide private label adult pull-ups and diapers to support incontinence-related issues.
- Aldi, a UK-based grocery and household items store with locations across the U.S., offers adult incontinence items such as adult underpants and pads.
- Carmelton is a Hong Kong-based manufacturer that provides adult, baby, and pet incontinence products, including diapers, pull-ups, and liners for adults.
- Irving Personal Care is the only manufacturer of baby diapers in Canada, offering baby diapers and training pants to support incontinence-related issues.
We searched industry reports to identify private label manufacturers for incontinence products. The initial search was to identify private label underwear products only; however, the search was expanded to include training pants and pullups due to a lack of specific mention of private label underwear product offerings. E-mail addresses were not always available for companies; however, many offer online submission forms to direct to a company inbox — in such cases, the URL to the contact submission page was provided.