Sofidel Hungary makes supply equal to 40,000 rolls of toilet paper available to the National Organization of Families to aid people fleeing the war; initiative follows similar moves from Sofidel Poland and Sofidel Romania

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PORCARI, Italy , March 4, 2022 (press release) –

Sofidel, one of the world leaders in the production of tissue paper for hygienic and domestic use, operating in Hungary with its plant in Lábatlan, took to the field to make its contribution for people fleeing the war. In particular, in Hungary the company decided to make available a supply equivalent to 40 thousand rolls of toilet paper to the Nagycsaládosok Országos Egyesülete association (National Organization of Families).

The initiative implemented by Sofidel Hungary joins similar ones by Sofidel Poland and Sofidel Romania.

This is a way for Sofidel to express closeness and show solidarity with people in conditions of great material difficulty and deep psychological suffering.

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