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Mega Show 2012 - Part1

Hong Kong Mega Show 2012 - Part1 October 20th till 23rd, 2012 ...
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PLMA's 2012 Netherland

PLMA's 2012 Private Label Trade Show May 20th till 23rd, 2012 Amsterdam, Netherland. ...
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PLMA's 2012 Chicago

PLMA's 2012 Private Label Trade Show November 11th till 13th, 2012 Chicago, USA. ...
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Happy Labour day!

1st of May 2012 is labour day which is also public holiday. Our company will close on this day and resume to work on 2nd of May 2012...
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Happy Wesak day!

5th of May 2012 is wesak day. We would like to wish all Buddhist happy Wesak day. Our company operates as normal in this day....
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Perspiration is a common problem for glove wearers and the resulting moist environment may lead to various skin problems, including growth of fungi and yeast, as well as bacterial and viral infections of the skin. In addition, those who utilize elastomeric gloves in the medical field frequently clean their hands with soap or sanitary alcohol formulations. This constant cleaning is harsh on the skin, causing excessive skin dryness that may exacerbate other skin conditions.

In the past, the wearer-contacting surface of elastomeric gloves were treated with powder, to absorb moisture and alleviate some of the problems faced by wearers of the glove. However, while powders may still be acceptable in certain applications, they are typically undesired in surgical or cleanroom type environment.

Moist and perspirations can be effectively absorbed into the fabric liner.

It is another object of the present invention to provide surgical glove with a supported liner which is thin enough not to interfere with the hand dexterity, feel and comfort of the wearer.

It is a further object of the present invention to produce a surgical glove with a supported liner that offers functional fit and better donnability.

It is yet another object of the present invention to provide a surgical glove with a supported liner that can be stretched unlimitedly without affecting its lamination.