The incredibly fast technological progress imposed to the society over the last few years has caused many changes in cosmetic manufacturers’ lives
Due to the growth spurt, local companies have had fertile ground to develop and in some cases become world class competitors in their own right.
DuPont, a leading materials supplier to the packaging and consumer industries, will be expanding its production capacity of ethylene copolymers to meet growing market demand
Naris Cosmetics, a medium sized manufacturer, has shown a transformation from a domestic company selling door-to-door, mail order and in salons, to an international company
Bernice Ridley and Katie Landon introduce an innovative ‘fly-stay’ polymer that stabilises emulsion systems to provide fine sprays from even viscous creams
Now that consumers are looking for natural ingredients, Japanese makers are building brands with natural credentials
Manufacturers are facing a growing multi-platform global counterfeit trade which irrevocably devalues brands by consumers associating the real deal with cheap knockoffs
Finding the right company to work with in the NPD chain to have a long lasting and profitable business relationship can be difficult to find in a competitor list dotted with pretenders
As we run out of new ways to talk about the benefits of skin care, the personal care industry is messaging on products’ sensory aspects
Co-creation helps generate a hothouse environment for fast innovation. But, as Steve Gibbons notes, it is not the only technique
A change in the balance of power between C&T suppliers and retailers has resulted in unique opportunities for both, says Brian Moore
Mexican glass manufacturer to open plant in Brazil, with operations expected to commence in 2016
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