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J&J is more aggressive with promotions

3/10/2016 - President of the consumer division of Johnson Johnson (J&J) & in Brazil five years ago, Maria Eduarda Kertész is concerned with the multinational''s sales volume this year. The rise in unemployment and inflation, and the fall of consumer income leave the scenario much more uncertain and lead the company to do more promotions and search performance of your sales with magnifying glass.

Kimberly Clark squeezes profit and sale rises

8/18/2015 - Kimberly Clark chose to have a smaller margin growth in Brazil to keep the increase in volumes and increase market share this year. The American multinational made price adjustments equivalent to half of inflation, or 3%, in the first half.

Billing of Mili Surpasses r $ 1 billion

4/23/2015 - The manufacturer of toilet paper, diapers and absorbent announced revenue of $ 1.085 billion last year, an increase of 13% from 2013. Revenue increased 14% to $ 836 million.

Hygiene products went up 2.28% in April in supermarkets of BH, according to r...

4/13/2015 - The toiletries are on average 2.28 percent more expensive this April compared to last month, in Belo Horizonte and Metropolitan Region. The survey was done by Procon Legislative Assembly of Minas Gerais (ALMG) in 16 establishments on Monday and Tuesday this week.

Hygiene and Beauty-Sector Grew 11% in 2014

3/30/2015 - With a turnover in the order of R $ 101.7 billion, this sector registered nominal growth of 11% in 2014, compared to R $ 91.9 billion in 2013. Responsible for more than 1.8% of national GDP, the Brazilian industry of HPPC follows world consumption 9.4% representing and occupies a slice of more than 53% of the Latin American market.

Profit up 30.2% Hypermarcas in 4th tri, with smaller financial expenses

2/9/2015 - The company of medicines and consumer products had more than high Hypermarcas 30 percent in its net profit in the fourth quarter compared with the same period in 2013, driven by the reduction of net financial expenses.

Research: in 20 years sales of hygiene products rose 185%

9/11/2014 - Entre o período de 1994 até 2014 a cesta de higiene e beleza cresceu 185% enquanto a média dos itens de consumo rápido foi de alta de 124% no tamanho da cesta. Os números foram obtidos pela empresa norte-americana de pesquisas Nielsen. O estudo destaca que em 20 anos a venda desses itens tem crescido num patamar acima da média dos bens de consumo rápido. O documento traz que a venda de itens dessa categoria tende a ser preservada mesmo durante cenários de piora na economia.

Hygiene beauty: billing & and investments

7/11/2014 - The industry's revenue grew 11 percent in the first half, a real high of 5.5% as compared to the same period last year and investment companies this year have increased by 5.2%, with R $ 14.1 billion invested in brand, assets and research and development, according to given the Abihpec (Brazilian Association of the industry of personal hygiene, perfumery and cosmetics).

P&G invests $ 1 billion in production until 2015

4/29/2014 - Procter Gamble &, largest manufacturer of consumer goods in the world and owner of brands such as Pantene, Pampers, Gillette and Ariel, will invest $ 1 billion to expand production capacity in Brazil, where it has six factories and employs 5 thousand people. The information was given yesterday by the President of the P&G Value in Brazil, Alberto Carvalho.

New packaging of Intimus communicate the new benefit: absorption technology i...

4/10/2014 - A brand that understands and follows the women on a daily basis always seeks to adapt to the needs of their consumers. With that, Intimus, belonging to the portfolio of American personal hygiene company Kimberly-Clark, decided to expand the absorption technology in seconds for their entire product line.

Hypermarcas profit back up 55.9% in the fourth quarter, to $ 54.9 million

2/24/2014 - Hypermarcas recorded net income of r $ 54.9 million in the fourth quarter of 2013, a retreat of 55.9% compared to net income for the same period in 2012, of R $ 124,7 million, as demonstration of consolidated results released late on Friday.

Swedish company wants to invest personal hygiene products in Brazil

2/17/2014 - The pulp and paper company Svenska Cellulosa Aktiebolaget Swedish (SCA) is prepared to invest in South America, considering the region's potential for the development of the company's portfolio. That certain opportunities malfunctioned, according to President and CEO of SCA, Jan Johansson.

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