2nd South America Surfactants HPC Markets
28-29 Nov, 2012 - Sao Paulo
Pullman Sao Paulo Ibirapuera
|"Innovate to Stay Ahead in an Increasingly Sophisticated Market!"|
"Procter & Gamble Co. plans to invest about $120 millionin Argentina to substitute imports, the Latin American Herald Tribune reported. P&G's goal is to substitute imports of cleaning products, personal hygiene products and disposable diapers totaling $100million and increase exports by $50 million, accordingto the Industry Ministry. The consumer goods giant would expand production capacity at its plants in Argentina and add new product lines, creating about 400 new jobs".
"In South America, we are moving forward with an investment for a 25,000 metric ton plant in the São Paulo, Brazil area," David Del Guercio, senior VP&GM (global), household care business line, Evonik Industries. "The plant will produce a range of surfactants for cosmetics and consumer goods, with startup targeted for 2014."
According to ABIHPEC, the Brazilian personal care industry has seen sales grow from $2.4m 16 years ago to $14.2m last year. Overall, the growth in the personal care sector was much more vigorous than in other areas of the economy with 10% average annual growth compared to a GDP of 3.1% and annual growth of 2.5% for the industry in genereal.
With the emergence of the middle class, increased consumer spending and needs are also driving the growth of household and personal care products in Brazil and rest of South American countries. Companies, both international and locals are increasing their R&D and expansion budget to meet an increasingly sophisticated market. Consumers are paying more attention to the ingredients that go into their products and companies are constantly on the look out for sustainable ingredients to differentiate their products. Not to forget consumers are also focusing on value!
Walmart, the major retailer who leads in sustainability initiatives has also implemented their end- to- end project in Brazil. Has this exercise created more sustainable products? What will be the impact to wal-mart's suppliers?
CMT's 2nd South America Surfactants, Home & Personal (HPC) Markets conference will take place in Sao Paulo, Brazil on 28-29 Nov 2012. Leading experts will share insights on these emerging regions.
- Our Platinum Sponsor, Oxiteno, shares their plans and direction in growing the surfactants business as well as their engagement in laundry liquid format
- Walmart Brasil to give an insight to their sustainability management model
- End-users including Colgate Palmolive, Bombril and L'Oreal discuss their sourcing strategies and challenges faced, including changing trends in their respective sectors & the impact on raw materials procurement.
- Frost and Sullivan provides in-depth analysis of the surfactants market and successful business models in Brazil
- Hear from Grupo Boticario how they adopt sustainability as a strategy to innovate and stay ahead in the cosmetic market
- Technological advancement on sustainable raw materials by Elevance & Evonik
- Find out about LAS's success from CEPSA Quimica
- Desmet Ballestra evaluates market trends and technological update on MES
- Warwick Chemicals assess information on effective performance with bleaching systems
- Focus on : Brazil, Bolivia, Argentina and Chile
- More than 8 hrs of networking sessions to meet key decision makers who are the who's who in the regional industry.
Don't hesitate! Register with your team today to enjoy group discount at www.cmtevents.com or contact Grace at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- Walmart Brasil Ltda
- Procter & Gamble
- Frost & Sullivan Latin America
- Evonik Industries AG
- Warwick Chemicals
- Desmet Ballestra S.p.A
- BNP Paribas
- Euromonitor International
- CEPSA Quimica
- Grupo Boticario
- Elevance Renewable Sciences
- Colgate Palmolive Industria Ltda
- Bombril SA
- L'Oreal Latin America
You will network with:
Presidents, Managing Directors, CEOs, Business Managers, Sales & Marketing Managers, Purchasing Managers, R&D Directors/Managers, Corporate Planners from: Oleochemicals & Surfactants Manufacturers, Suppliers, Traders, Personal & Homecare Manufacturers, FMCG producers, Intermediate & Feedstock Suppliers, Traders, Organizations/Associations, Consulting Firms, Equipment & Technology Suppliers, Banks & Financial Institutions
|Here's what delegates said about our LATAM Surfactants, Personal & Home Care Markets |
held in Sao Paulo on 24-25 Oct 2011
"Networking, Markets Overview, Business and Innovation in just one event. A great opportunity to access latest news about surfactant for the H&PC directly from those who are working things to happen." -~ Oxiteno
"It certainly a great platform to better understand the latest market development and its potential within LATAM." ~ Thai Ethoxylates
"Well organized & good network." ~ Unilever
"Very good." ~ Air Products
"Good networking experience." ~ SI Group
"Very well organize; good networking." ~ Akzo Nobel
"It is a good possibility to do network, and know other people/professional relationship."
"Great Opportunity to learn more and make important contacts in the Home and Personal Care segments." ~ Quimisa
"Very insightful conference, quality of presentations were higher than expected." ~ Frost & Sullivan
"Excellent conference, main player was present." -~ Lubrizol
Evonik builds new production plant for Personal Care and Household Care ingredients in Brazil - 4-traders.com, Oct 24
Latin America to take No.2 spot in global sun care market as protection trend shines - Cosmeticsdesign.com, July 17
Leader in sustainability P&G to speak at 2nd South America Surfactants HPC Markets summit
Posted on : 22 Nov, 2012
Five years into its goals towards sustainability, Procter & Gamble proudly presents a report card of flying colors.
As one of the greatest leaders in the HPC markets, P&G is a proud owner of admirable sustainable initiatives and results. Its five-year goals include sustainable innovations in their products, reductions in operations which include energy, CO2 emissions, waste disposal and water usage, as well as initiatives in social responsibility.
Achieving almost all their goals, P&G’s relentless efforts towards sustainability speak nothing else but commitment, making them the leader in sustainability trends that are set to push for changes in the industry.
Gain deeper insight on sustainability at P&G, the dos and don’ts, and their plans for the future as Dr. Andre Cheffi, Latin America Innovation Ecosystem Leader, speaks at the 2nd South America Surfactants HPC Markets summit on 28-29 November.
For the full line-up, please click here. Or contact Ms. Grace at email@example.com for further enquiries and information.
View P&G’s report here.
Brazil's personal care market growth driven by expanding middle class segment
Posted on : 12 Nov, 2012
Frost & Sullivan forecasts that Brazil’s personal care markets will reach $1.62bn by 2018, with personal care chemicals having topped the $1bn mark in 2011. The fast-growing Brazilian middle class population has helped to drive this growth. As new demographic and socio-economic patterns start to prevail, this momentum can be maintained, says a Frost & Sullivan report.
It is indicated that the growth of the aged population would triple by 2020, and propel personal care products would need to be targeted to cater to this demographic, with anti-aging ingredients likely to be popular.
Demand for natural-based personal care products in Brazil would stimulate the demand for natural and green ingredients. Frost & Sullivan industry analyst, Lisse de Oliveira said, “The search for environment-friendly products and green chemical ingredients has driven the use of organic raw materials; commonly extracted from seeds, fruits and roots.” She also added that personal care chemicals companies should work on offering high-quality products at competitive prices. This would help to counter factors such as volatile prices and the availability of raw materials of varying quality which make up the ‘informal market’.
Hear more from Frost & Sullivan’s Senior Analyst, Ms. Lisse Oliveira at 2nd South America Surfactants HPC Markets in Sao Paulo in her presentation entitled “Market Outlook for Surfactants in Brazil”. Register here to attend the summit on 28-29 November 2012, or contact Ms. Grace at firstname.lastname@example.org for further enquiries and information.
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A Oxiteno saúda conjuntamente as principais indústrias para a segunda conferência de mercados HPC de surfactantes da América do Sul em São Paulo
Posted on : 05 Nov, 2012
O organizador do evento Centre for Management Technology e o patrocinador platina Oxiteno saúdam os participantes da segunda conferência de mercados HPC de surfactantes da América do Sul sobre ingredientes sustentáveis, tendências de mercado, perspectivas econômicas, atualizações tecnológicas e conhecimentos de usuários finais no segmento de cuidados pessoais e do lar.
SÃO PAULO - Brasil--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Entre os principais fatores que contribuem para o setor de cuidados pessoais e do lar em rápida expansão no Brasil estão o crescimento da classe média, a mudança de estilo de vida com mais mulheres na força de trabalho e canais de varejo em evolução. Em resposta, os produtores de surfactantes estão ampliando as oportunidades de crescimento para expandir produções e explorar novos ingredientes sustentáveis para satisfazer as diferentes necessidades dos consumidores sul-americanos. Da mesma forma, a segunda conferência de mercados HPC de surfactantes da América do Sul do CMT patrocinada pela Oxiteno, a ser realizada em 28 e 29 de novembro de 2012 em São Paulo, tem como objetivo reunir os principais líderes do setor de surfactantes, produtores e fornecedores de produtos de cuidados pessoais e do lar sob o mesmo teto para discutir as principais tendências, oportunidades e inovações tecnológicas em toda a cadeia de produção.
A conferência de 1 dia e meio com o tema "Inovar para ficar à frente em um mercado cada vez mais sofisticado!" promete temas de ponta que vão desde produtos verdes e adoção de estratégias sustentáveis às perspectivas de mercado e atualizações tecnológicas. Walmart Brazil, principal varejista, vai apresentar uma sessão abrangente sobre suas metas de sustentabilidade, modelo de gestão e muito mais. Outros palestrantes especializados irão oferecer perspectivas sobre as tendências de mercado, perspectivas econômicas na América Latina, poliglicerol, MES, ácido linear alquil benzeno sulfonado, bem como sistemas de branqueamento, incluem as indústrias participantes Frost & Sullivan, BNP Paribas, Grupo Boticario, Evonik Industries AG, Oxiteno, Elevance Renewable Sciences, Inc., Desmet Ballestra SpA, Cepsa Quimica S.A., Warwick Chemicals e muitas outras.
E também compartilhando perspectivas de usuários finais estarão a Indústria Colgate-Palmolive, L'Oreal América Latina e Bombril em um painel de discussão sobre "As estratégias e desafios de abastecimento de matérias-primas."
A segunda conferência de mercados HPC de surfactantes da América do Sul é especialmente estruturada para alta gerência, profissionais de desenvolvimento de negócios, inovadores de produtos, fornecedores, fabricantes, fornecedores de tecnologia, financiadores e outras indústrias de suporte para explorar, discutir e integrar os principais fatores que influenciam os mercados da América do Sul.
Informações detalhadas sobre a conferência estão disponíveis no site do evento emhttp://www.cmtevents.com/aboutevent.aspx?ev=121143.
Oxiteno da la bienvenida a los actores clave de la industria en la segunda conferencia Mercados de HPC y surfactantes en Latinoamérica que tendrá lugar en São Paulo
Posted on : 19 Oct, 2012
El organizador del evento Centre for Management Technology y Oxiteno, el patrocinador Platino, dan la bienvenida a los participantes de la segunda conferencia Mercados de HPC y surfactantes en Latinoamérica sobre ingredientes sostenibles, tendencias de mercado, perspectivas económica, actualizaciones de tecnología y percepciones del usuario final respecto del segmento de cuidado personal y del hogar.
SÃO PAULO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Entre los principales factores que contribuyen a la rápida expansión del sector de cuidado personal y del hogar de Brasil, se encuentran el crecimiento de la clase media y el cambiante estilo de vida con más mujeres que trabajan y canales minoristas que evolucionan. En respuesta, los productores de surfactantes se enfocan en las oportunidades de crecimiento para expandir las producciones y explorar nuevos ingredientes sostenibles para satisfacer las necesidades cambiantes de los consumidores sudamericanos. Del mismo modo, la segunda conferencia Mercados de HPC y surfactantes en Latinoamérica de CMT, patrocinada por Oxiteno, que tendrá lugar el 28 y 29 de noviembre de 2012 en São Paulo, tiene como objetivo reunir bajo un mismo techo a los productores y proveedores más importantes de productos para el cuidado personal y del hogar y surfactantes con el fin de analizar las principales tendencias, oportunidades e innovaciones tecnológicas en toda la cadena de valor.
La cumbre de un día y medio, cuyo lema será “Innove para estar a la cabeza en un mercado cada vez más sofisticado”, promete temas de vanguardia que van desde productos ecológicos y adopción de estrategias sostenibles hasta perspectivas de mercado y actualizaciones de tecnología. El principal minorista, Walmart Brazil, ofrecerá una sesión exhaustiva sobre sus metas de sostenibilidad, modelo de gestión y más. Otros oradores expertos que proporcionarán perspectivas sobre las tendencias del mercado, el panorama económico en Latinoamérica, el poliglicerol, el MES (metil éster sulfonado), el sulfonato de alquil benceno lineal, como así también los sistemas de blanqueado, incluyen a los actores clave de la industria Frost & Sullivan, BNP Paribas, Grupo Boticario, Evonik Industries AG, Oxiteno, Elevance Renewable Sciences, Inc., Desmet Ballestra SpA, Cepsa Química S.A., Warwick Chemicals y muchos otros.
Compartiendo también las perspectivas de los usuarios finales estarán Colgate-Palmolive Industria, L’Oreal América Latina y Bombril en una mesa redonda sobre “Estrategias y desafíos de la obtención de materias primas”.
La segunda conferencia Mercados de HPC y surfactantes en Lationamérica está especialmente estructurada para altos ejecutivos, profesionales de desarrollo comercial, innovadores, proveedores y fabricantes de productos, proveedores de tecnología, financieros y otros sectores industriales secundarios con el fin de explorar, analizar y dar a conocer factores claves que influencian a los mercados de Latinoamérica.
Acceda a información detallada sobre la conferencia en el sitio web del evento en http://www.cmtevents.com/aboutevent.aspx?ev=121143.
Boticario group launches new cosmetics brand & begins new expansions
Posted on : 24 Sep, 2012
To strengthen its activities in response to the rising competition from international brands in Brazil, the Boticario group comprising of brands O Boticario, Eudora & Skingen is making heavy investments. They have announced the launch of a new make up brand, the setting up of a new plant and a logistics centre in the state of Bahia.
Artur Grynbaum, President of the Boticario group said, “With Quem disse, Berenice? we further reinforce the Boticario group’s operations in the cosmetic and perfumery markets and we strengthen our position as a leading player in the market. We are addressing a profile of consumer who is not in the focus of O Boticario and Eudora.”
The group’s new brand (Quem disse, Berenice?) was scheduled to begin operation in August with the opening of 6 franchised stores and an online store in September. It is considered an accessible brand with its diverse portfolio, fair prices, easy to understand language, optimally located stores and the e-commerce store with delivery throughout Brazil.
The group also announced that it was investing 650 million reals (255 million euros or 318 million dollars) for the development of its infrastructure in Brazil. BRL 380 million was for the construction of the new plant in Camaçari, near Salvador, in Bahia. The remaining 115 million is devoted to modernizing the facility in São José dos Pinhais near Curitiba (Paraná). To expand the plant and double the production capacity of make up products up to 75 million units per year, BRL 85 million will be spent. The remaining 30 million will be channelled towards the research and development centre.
Tiago Martinello, Product Development Manager, Grupo Boticario, will be speaking on “Adopting Sustainability as Strategy to Innovate and Stay Ahead in the Cosmetic Market” at the 2nd South America Surfactants HPC Markets in Sao Paulo. For further details about the conference on 28-29 November 2012, please contact Ms. Grace at email@example.com
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Mr. Andy Corr
SVP Consumer Ingredients , Elevance Renewable Sciences, Inc.
LEVERAGING SUSTAINABLE MATERIALS TO BRING NEW PERFORMANCE TO THE HOME AND PERSONAL CARE MARKETS
Day 1 [Wed 28, November], at 04:00 PM
Andy is the business leader and SVP for Consumer and Industrial Ingredients, including surfactants and personal care, at Elevance. He has more than 20 years of operational, business development, entrepreneurial, and consulting experience in both chemical and process industrial environments. Prior to joining Elevance, Andy was an Associate Partner for McKinsey&....Read more
Mr. Alfonso De Los Reyes
Research Analyst, Euromonitor International
FUTURE GLOBAL TRENDS OF THE HOME CARE MARKET AND HOW THEY TRANSLATE IN THE LATIN AMERICAN MARAKET : BOLIVIA, CHILE & ARGENTINA
Day 1 [Wed 28, November], at 04:30 PM
Mr. Alfonso De los Reyes has a Commercial Engineering Degree from Universidad Adolfo Ibañez (Chile) and a Master in Marketing from the same business school. He currently leads the investigation of various industries such as soft drinks, packaged foods, toiletries and personal care amongst others, in countries such as Peru, Uruguay, Bolivia and Chile.....Read more
Mr. Larry Goff
Business Manager, Americas, Warwick Chemicals
Day 2 [Thu 29, November], at 09:00 AM
Larry graduated in Chemical Engineering from Clemson University, and earned a Masters of Business degree from Oklahoma University. After serving 4 years active duty with the US Air Force, he began his chemical industry career with Union Carbide Corp, now a part of Dow Chemical Co. He left to join Milliken & Company’s Chemical Division, and helped that organization grow from a small chemical enterprise to the major global specialty chemical supplier they are today.
GAINING MORE EFFECTIVE PERFOMANCE USING BLEACHING SYSTEMS
Day 2 [Thu 29, November], at 11:45 AM