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The Laundry Detergent Market
Published November 10, 2005
Do shoppers really want multifunctional laundry care products? Or are all these products on the shelf leading consumers back to the basics? Read More »
The Surfactant Market: More Competitve than Ever
Published November 9, 2005
Despite issues such as higher raw material prices and shorter lead times, suppliers remain upbeat about the market Read More »
The Household Fragrance Market
Published November 9, 2005
Household fragrancese are changing the face of the cleaning industry by building on old favorites and creating new ones Read More »
The Top 50 Report
Published November 9, 2005
Companies making household and personal products and industrial and institutional products Read More »
Detergent Market Update
Published November 8, 2005
With store shelf space at a premium, marketers escalate turf war with a plethora of new offerings. Despite the jostling, P&G remains king of the hill. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
The International Top 30 1. Unilever England $22.8 billion 2. L'Oreal France $11.1 billion 3. Henkel Germany $5.1 billion… Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
The Top 50 gets another face lift this year following a rash of acquisitions in 1998. Freeman Cosmetics, Soft Sheen and Dep are all gone from our annual look at the leading companies in teh household and personal products industry. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
Mergers and acquisitions have changed some of the players in the segment, but suppliers insist the issues, including claim substantiation, mildness and multifunctionlaity, remain the same. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
Procter & Gamble continues to dominate a two-tier market, but a few manufacturers have been able to carve out small niches for themselves. Liquids topped powder for the first time ever. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
After a questionable study by the National Toxicology Program linking cocamide DEA to cancerous tumors in laboratory mice, surfactant suppliers are offering alternatives to this widely-used personal care surfactant. Read More »
Target boss canned after security breach. Read More »
Emerging Weakness?
Unilever comments spook stocks. Read More »
Cleaning Products 2013
The full schedule is announced. Read More »