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United Charm Co Ltd in Tissue and Hygiene (Taiwan)

2 pages • By Euromonitor International

United Charm Co is expected to further focus on areas where it has a strong position or which enjoy dynamic growth. The company will likely continue to explore sanitary protection, expanding its Sofy brand to capture the attention and loyalty of young consumers. As the population of Taiwan ages, the company is expected to shift its focus from...

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Mar 2016

Incontinence in Venezuela

20 pages • By Euromonitor International

Incontinence continued to record a downward trend in 2015 as a result of stronger restrictions on obtaining foreign currency for imports of finished products and inputs for local production. Import restrictions applied by the government have precluded manufacturers from maintaining a steady product offering and prevented consumers from choosing...

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Mar 2016

Incontinence in Denmark

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

There remains a certain level of taboo attached to incontinence in Denmark. This is shaping product and packaging development as consumers desire solutions which are very discreet. The launch of ultra-thin and light products was particularly apparent in 2015, for example thanks to products such as Tena Men Protective Shield Extra Light. Euromonitor...

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Kimberly-Clark Taiwan in Tissue and Hygiene (Taiwan)

2 pages • By Euromonitor International

Kimberly-Clark Taiwan is likely to continue its current approach to tissue and hygiene products in Taiwan. In many product areas, the company offers higher-priced mid-range brands backed by secondary-standard brands. The company is likely to continue to upgrade its product range and to be seen to be improving its offerings so as to reinforce...

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Mar 2016

Incontinence in Taiwan

21 pages • By Euromonitor International

Taiwan’s ageing population ensured strong growth of demand for incontinence products in 2015, making it the best performing category within tissue and hygiene in Taiwan. The number of Taiwanese aged over 65 increased the most in 2015 during the whole review period. This group represents a growing proportion of society, as Taiwan continues...

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Incontinence in Israel

24 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2015, the National Insurance Institute of Israel began subsidising the cost of incontinence products. Consumers who are eligible for government-funded home nursing care can now order subsidised incontinence products from one of three suppliers, with the cost then deducted from the cost of their home nursing care. This is expected to increase...

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Incontinence in Poland

21 pages • By Euromonitor International

The ageing population is one of the main reasons of further category development – the number of people affected by incontinence is increasing. This in turn is widening the target group and increasing demand for such products. It is worth noting that over the review period incontinence increasingly affected younger age groups. Euromonitor...

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Super-Pharm (Israel) Ltd in Tissue and Hygiene (Israel)

2 pages • By Euromonitor International

Super Pharm (Israel) Ltd is one of the leading health and beauty specialist retailers in Israel and the company is working towards positioning itself as a strong player in tissue and hygiene as well. Super-Pharm’s main goal is to continue expanding and developing its private label products in order to compete with leading brands through strong...

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Mar 2016

Incontinence in Chile

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

Incontinence recorded volume and value growth in 2015, which was due to the increasing visibility of these products on retail shelves. Consumers had much easier access to incontinence products through modern grocery retail channels, such as supermarkets. In addition, demographic changes coupled with the decreasing stigma surrounding incontinence...

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Mar 2016

Incontinence in Bulgaria

20 pages • By Euromonitor International

The second part of 2015 saw healthcare reform appear on the government’s agenda. There has been widespread discussion in the public space on the need to reform public healthcare, given the budgetary struggles of the national prescription drug fund and the large number of chronically underfunded public hospitals. However, meaningful reform...

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Mar 2016

Forest Papír Kft in Tissue and Hygiene (Hungary)

2 pages • By Euromonitor International

Forest Papír Kft aims to supply the domestic market with high quality tissue products from its local production plant and improve branding to better differentiate itself from its competitors. Euromonitor International Local Company Profiles are a concise set of briefings detailing the strategic direction taken by a company. Discover...

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Mar 2016

SCA Hygiene Products Kft in Tissue and Hygiene (Hungary)

2 pages • By Euromonitor International

SCA Hygiene Products Kft aims to maintain its leading position in Hungarian tissue and hygiene through improved distribution, in-store presence and direct consumer communication. Euromonitor International Local Company Profiles are a concise set of briefings detailing the strategic direction taken by a company. Discover key contact...

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Mar 2016

Incontinence in Hungary

21 pages • By Euromonitor International

The issue of incontinence is a highly sensitive topic in Hungary but both manufacturers and media support opened up discussions through marketing. Most consumers are shy and reluctant to ask for a prescription for incontinence products from their doctors, although these products are heavily subsidised and available as a prescribed item financed...

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Mar 2016

Torunskie Zaklady Materialow Opatrunkowych SA (TZMO) in Tissue and Hygiene (Poland)

3 pages • By Euromonitor International

The company seeks to focus on technological development to strengthen the product range in terms of the quality and attractiveness of products. TZMO also plans to invest PLN20 million to expand its manufacturing facility at Kowalew Pomorski and hire 30 people by the end of 2016. Euromonitor International Local Company Profiles are a...

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Mar 2016

Incontinence in Norway

21 pages • By Euromonitor International

Incontinence has traditionally been a difficult subject for people to discuss. Most consumers are poorly educated when it comes to what incontinence is and the reasons behind it. Much of this is due to the fact that they are embarrassed to be afflicted by it, with many sufferers not even visiting their doctor. This situation has gradually...

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Mar 2016

Hogla-Kimberly Ltd in Tissue and Hygiene (Israel)

3 pages • By Euromonitor International

Hogla-Kimberly Ltd aims to provide a diverse portfolio of tissue and hygiene products through advanced processes and operations in order to maintain its leading position in the Israeli tissue and hygiene market and its leadership in terms of technology and innovation. The company promotes its leading brands through widespread advertising,...

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Mar 2016

Incontinence in the Czech Republic

18 pages • By Euromonitor International

Increasing awareness of incontinence products among Czechs and an ageing population, mean the consumer base for incontinence is growing gradually and thus consumption is growing as well. Euromonitor International's Incontinence in Czech Republic report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level....

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Mar 2016

Incontinence in Nigeria

17 pages • By Euromonitor International

Retail sales of incontinence products in Nigeria are relatively low at just 4.5 million units in 2015, as many consumers remain unaware of their availability given distribution is mostly through chemists/pharmacies. Stigma surrounding incontinence also means many consumers suffer silently or use alternatives such as sanitary pads. Furthermore,...

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Mar 2016

Incontinence in Serbia

14 pages • By Euromonitor International

Incontinence experienced volume decline in 2013 and in 2014, but the trend was finally reversed in 2015 when incontinence posted 1% volume growth. This was made possible by the combination of two factors – the continuation of the long-lasting trend of the diminishing stigma regarding the use of these products and improved distribution in 2015. Euromonitor...

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Incontinence in Bosnia-Herzegovina

17 pages • By Euromonitor International

For the third year in a row, average unit prices in incontinence recorded strong decline in 2015, as a result of the growing penetration of cheaper brands, mainly from domestic manufacturer, Violeta doo, which soared to the top of incontinence during the review period. Euromonitor International's Incontinence in Bosnia-Herzegovina report...

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Mar 2016

Incontinence in Dominican Republic

88 pages • By Euromonitor International

Growing consumer-awareness of a variety of health and ageing issues has contributed to increased acceptance of incontinence products by people living in a relatively conservative society influenced by a strong machista culture. While incontinence remains the smallest category in tissue and hygiene, shifting consumer behaviours and the erosion...

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Mar 2016

Incontinence in Slovenia

17 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2015 incontinence achieved value growth of 3%, which is a strong result, keeping in mind the economic downturn and the recession which Slovenia was facing at the end of the review period. Contemporary lifestyles and frequent travel positively influenced the volume and value growth of incontinence in 2015. The social stigma surrounding incontinence...

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Mar 2016

Laboratorios Higietex Ltda in Tissue and Hygiene (Colombia)

2 pages • By Euromonitor International

The company is one of the most important manufacturers of cotton wool, buds and pads in Colombia. It is also a key supplier to healthcare providers and the most important manufacturer of private labels within the category in Colombia. Over the forecast period, the company will continue to expand its operations, focusing on innovative cotton...

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Mar 2016

Incontinence in Tunisia

14 pages • By Euromonitor International

Incontinence recorded good volume and value growth in 2015 due to the increasing visibility of these products on retail shelves. Consumers now have much easier access to incontinence products through modern grocery retailer channels, such as supermarkets. In addition, demographic changes, coupled with the decreasing stigma surrounding incontinence...

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Mar 2016

Incontinence in Bolivia

16 pages • By Euromonitor International

An increase in the elderly population with higher purchasing power favoured incontinence in 2015. The elderly population has higher purchasing power as a consequence of fewer family obligations and benefits granted by the government. Euromonitor International's Incontinence in Bolivia report offers a comprehensive guide to the size...

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Mar 2016

Incontinence in Algeria

17 pages • By Euromonitor International

Incontinence started to record sales in Algeria over the review period. However, sales are negligible, and not proportionate to the potential of the market. Despite a great need for incontinence products, using such products has been a social or cultural taboo, which has prevented their mass consumption Euromonitor International's Incontinence...

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Mar 2016

Incontinence in Guatemala

17 pages • By Euromonitor International

Incontinence products are still seen as being for the elderly or for sick people in hospitals or permanently in bed and therefore need these products. However, improvement in the anatomy of the products which more resemble underwear than diapers, along with marketing campaigns that show that both active men and women can use these products...

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Mar 2016

Incontinence in Macedonia

16 pages • By Euromonitor International

Incontinence products posted current value growth of 3% in 2015 and reached MKD41 million, while volume sales grew by 3% and reached 1,700,000 units. Contemporary lifestyles, which involved extensive hours spent away from home and frequent travelling, supported both volume and value growth of incontinence. Euromonitor International's...

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Mar 2016

Complexe Ind des Produits d%Accueil et du Papier (CIPAP) in Tissue and Hygiene (Tunisia)

2 pages • By Euromonitor International

Complexe Ind des Produits d’Accueil et du Papier (CIPAP) specialises in the processing of cellulose wadding and paper used for home and hygiene products. Euromonitor International Local Company Profiles are a concise set of briefings detailing the strategic direction taken by a company. Discover key contact details, the company background...

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Mar 2016

Distribuidora Corripio CxA in Tissue and Hygiene (Dominican Republic)

3 pages • By Euromonitor International

Distribuidora Corripio CxA is one of the largest and most reputable distributors in the country. The company represents numerous domestic and international brands with product lines across multiple tissue and hygiene categories. In addition, the company has a good distribution network, which covers the country, placing its brands in all major...

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