Events and Expos

What’s hot at in-cosmetics in 2017?

The in-cosmetics Group, the organiser of the world’s leading personal care ingredients events, has revealed that more than 30 000 industry professionals attended its six events in 2016 – an annual increase of 37 percent.

What’s hot at in-cosmetics Asia?

Delegates who attended the 2015 in-cosmetics Asia eventTaking place in Bangkok from 8 to 10 November, in-cosmetics Asia is the must-attend business-to-business event featuring 400 leading suppliers. It also offers over 50 hours of educational sessions, all of which are free to attend.

A hair care masterclass by Ashland

David Popplewell, marketing manager for IMCD speaking at the Ashland Hair Care and Preservatives Teach-In Masterclass in JohannesburgAshland recently hosted a hair care and preservatives teach-in masterclass in Johannesburg, which was hosted by IMCD. Ashland has a huge global presence with manufacturing sites in 57 countries with strong market positions, a firm focus on innovation and insights and expertise to solve customer’s unique problems.

Get ‘future ready’ at in-cosmetics Asia 2016

The logo for in-cosmetics Asia 2016Major new trends driving the Asia Pacific personal care market are set to be unveiled at in-cosmetics Asia in Bangkok from 8 to 10 November. Specialists from a cross-section of research disciplines will share their predictions for Asia Pacific, the world’s largest beauty and personal care market, highlighting the key areas that make this dynamic industry tick.

Reckitt Benckiser upgrades its Dettol plant

Dettol ASL is registered in South Africa as a medicine and hence the upgraded plant is a Good Manufacturing Practice compliant site In response to a greater demand for supply, Reckitt Benckiser (RB) South Africa officially opened its newly upgraded Dettol antiseptic liquid (ASL) manufacturing plant, which includes the addition of a new Dettol soap line. The facility is located at RB’s Elandsfontein site in Johannesburg.

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