An extension to its range of health, beauty and feminine hygiene products has helped Accantia boost its sales.
The Birmingham firm said it was committed to "brand stretch" of its Lil-lets and Simple ranges into new areas.
During 2004, Accantia extended the Simple brand with the launch of a babycare range, Simple Baby, which achieved sales of just under £2 million in its first eight months.
The year also saw brand expansion in its shower, antiperspirant and skincare ranges, which helped achieve a ten per cent increase in sales to £85 million.
Meanwhile, sales of the group's branded products increased by seven per cent.
No figures were released for profits.
The figures represented the fourth year of independent trading for Accantia, which was formed from a leveraged management buyout from pharmaceutical giant Smith & Nephew.
It was the first set of results for the company under Duke Street Capital's ownership following a secondary buyout which was completed in January 2004.
The company also relocated its commercial offices from Alum Rock to Solihull to allow the creation of a dedicated manufacturing site for its tampons. The Alum Rock factory has seen significant investment this year with the introduction of automated packaging machinery.