The “nominal width” of your chosen condom is critical to making it fit securely and comfortably. Don’t worry if you have never heard of nominal width – most people have not; even though in Europe is has to be printed on every condom box. It measures the width of the condom at or near its open end when it is laid (squished) flat. And to get a great fitting condom, you have to choose the correct nominal width for your requirements (the girth). If your condom has too large a nominal width for your girth, it will be too wide for your erection and it will easy slip, or fall off entirely during sex. Latex condom can not shrink to fit, after all. So we need to find which width is available for ourselves.
Carex brand condom owner company: Karex has been enjoying strong financial growth in recent years. In 2012, the company recorded RM188.8 million of revenue. By 2013, the company’s revenues grew to RM231.4 million. By 2014, this revenue is projected to increase to RM265.5 million and RM327 million by 2015, according to Maybank Investment Research. The company’s EBITDA (Earnings before interests, taxes, depreciation and amortisation) grew from RM22.5 million in 2012 to RM44.3 million in 2013. By 2014, the EBITDA is projected to reach RM49.6 million and by 2015, it will reach RM63.9 million.
- Karex raised RM74.9 million in total gross proceeds from its IPO, to be utilised for the enhancement of its machineries and product development, as well as capital expenditure for expansion of its facilities.
- Karex to invest RM100 million to boost output to 6 billion units via more condom production dipping lines to meet demand in new markets.
- Karex has proposed a stock bonus that would award one share for every two shares held. • Karex to continue to ride on strong institutional demand, which makes up 48 percent of the global demand and 36 percent of its revenue pie.
- Demand will continue to grow given the low world consumption of only 3.3 condoms per capita per year.
Guilin Latex Factory, which was established in 1966 with Ministry of Chemical Industry backing, is the largest international condom producing supplier for the United Nations Population Fund, a founder of the China Youth Fund for the Prevention of AIDS, a chair member of the China Latex Industry Association, a China Rubber Industry Latex Branch, Chinese latex export producer, and a National Population and Family Planning Commission designated condom producer.
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Condom is better tool, not shift it. There are likely a number of factors that contribute to the switch from the condoms to the pill. Some people assume that because they do not have any visible symptoms of an STI, and neither does their partner, that they are safe to switch methods. However, most cases of STI are asymptomatic (i.e., there are no symptoms) so making a decision to stop using condoms simply because neither partner has STI symptoms is a sure way to increase your risk of infection. Some consumers may switch from the condom to the pill because they were not particularly worried about STIs in the first place and were using condoms to prevent pregnancy. STIs may not have entered their minds when the made the transition to the pill. People who fall into this category probably underestimated their risk for STI when they first became sexually active and they continued to underestimate their risk as they became older. So we suggest choose it no matter if you confirm your partner healthy or not.
The nature of our business is already a good cause, and beyond this, It Takes Two is the focus of my vision for social responsibility at Naked Condoms. In addition to giving hundreds of thousands of condoms each year to family planning initiatives in low income nations such as Venezuela, my goal is for 50% of profits from Naked Condoms to go towards campaigning efforts furthering women empowerment and increasing access to family planning services and information for girls and women everywhere. This is where my heart and soul is and the story I really want to tell at Naked Condoms
The Japanese condoms, manufactured by Sagami Rubber Industries, were launched in Tokyo at $12 for a box of five units, and flew off the shelves in December. Prior to their former world record, the Japanese company was the first to create the color condom, and set a previous thinness standard when they released a 0.0007 in. version in 2005, The Huffington Post reported.
After a decade of research and study on condom project, Sagami held the record for the world’s thinnest condom, but researchers wanted to explore the possibility of formulating an even thinner condom. “Honestly, I don’t know how we can make them thinner than this,” a Sagami researcher told Tokyo Sports, Kotaku.com reported, “but as long as there is a need for thinner goods, we will continue researching 0.009 millimeter and 0.008 millimeter thinness.”
largest condom maker in world had a heck of a first day on the stock market. Shares of Karex Industries—ahem—rose by almost one-third on the Malaysian stock exchange in the company’s public debut on Wednesday. Make no mistake, it is not just getting lucky.
Can you think of a more recession-proof business? There are consumer staples and then there are consumer staples. Thanks to population growth and the immortal recordings of Barry White, global condom sales have increased at a steady 7 percent rate annually. An AIDS vaccine would be one of the few threats to Karex condom business, according to the company’s prospectus.
With about 750 workers, Malaysia-based Karex makes about one in 10 condoms sold anywhere in the world, including popular brands like Carex and LifeStyles. It also makes a batch of other products that pair well with latex, including latex gloves, intimate lube, and something called a “probe cover,” which, frankly, we are afraid to Google. Karex started as a glove business in the late 1980s, in fact, and condom sales only took off in the ’90s as more stringent testing washed out a wave of all others competitors.