HOUSTON -- Drypers Corp. here, the No. 3 branded disposable diaper maker, is combating business complexity by consolidating its four regional brands under its corporate brand name. While the company's diapers are sold in about 68% of the nation's supermarkets, the company expects the consolidation to open doors at the largest supermarket chains and in other retail channels, which account for roughly 40% of disposable diaper sales nationally. "This gives us a chance at the national drug ...

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