International Flavors & Fragrances (IFF), a leading innovator of sensory experiences, moves ahead with a new flavours and fragrances plant located in Sri City, in the State of Andhra Pradesh in India.
Personal care and fine fragrances provider, Bell Flavors and Fragrances, launches its latest location in Malaysia.
Performance chemicals manufacturer, Camlin Fine Sciences, and its subsidiary company, CFS Europe, gain a 51% stake in Chinese enterprise, Ningbo Wanglong Flavors and Fragrances (Wanglong).
The biotech fragrance and flavor company uses fermentation to develop natural ingredients for cosmetics and other industries. Now that knowhow is part of Takasago’s Natural Mineral Portfolio.
International Flavors & Fragrances has acquired the fragrance ingredients and fragrance creation abilities of Israel-based company Aromor Flavors and Fragrances.
IFF makes further investment in Asia with new facility
Global firm International Flavors & Fragrances is focusing its attention on the Asian fragrance market by opening a manufacturing plant in Singapore as part of its expansion in the region.
Taksasgo targets expansion into fast-growing India fragrance market
Japan-based fragrance and flavours player Takasago is targeting global industry-leading growth in the Indian cosmetic and personal market in an effort to grow its business worldwide.
Symrise sniffs out market demand to exceed sales and earnings
Symrise exceeded its sales and earnings for fiscal year 2010 thanks to the global economic recovery, strong boost in demand and a solid positioning in emerging markets.
Artiste Flavor Essence forms alliance to source natural fragrances
New Jersey-based Artiste Flavor Essence has forged a strategic alliance with Malaysia-based Bestino Natural Oils to source a number of naturally derived fragrances.
New flavor and fragrance factory in Brazil to act as Bell’s headquarters in region
Bell Flavors and Fragrances has extended its footprint in the fast-growing Brazilian market with a production facility scheduled to open next month.
First quarter sales at IFF beat expectations
US-based International Flavors & Fragrances recorded a 17 percent increase in first quarter revenue, aided by robust Fragrance sales and a strong performance from both divisions in Asia.
Plant closure expenses drag profits down at IFF
Sales were showing signs of recovery for International Flavors and Fragrances in the third quarter, but profits were dragged down by charges.
Added-value and eco-packaging key trends in fragrance
Eco-friendly packaging, added-value and food-based ingredients are likely to be key factors permeating the fragrance segment, a new report says.
IFF opens Shanghai creative center to target China market growth
US flavour and fragrance supplier IFF has opened a creative centre in Shanghai in order to capitalize on significant growth potential in the region.
Quest acquisition enables Givaudan strategy shift
Givaudan achieved savings by integrating Quest International ahead
of plan, increasing its product portfolio and allowing it to
refocus on higher value-adding ingredients.
Indian fragrance market set for big growth
The fact that big names like the Body Shop is now trying to muscle
in on the India market is testimony that the sub-continent will be
an increasing draw for international players. And the latest report
on the countyr's fragrance...
Givaudan puts growth down to fragrance
Increased revenue from the fragrance division in Q3 offsets a slow
start to the year for number one flavours and fragrance maker
Takasago expands in China to cut costs
Takasago International, one of the leading global flavours and
fragrance groups, has established a new division in Shanghai aimed
at expanding its manufacturing and retail presence in China as well
IFF eyes China to up global ingredients capacity
International Flavors & Fragrances says it is planning the
construction of a new specialty ingredients manufacturing plant in
China, in a move that aims to boost global production capacity.
Givaudan results take a knock
Swiss flavours and fragrance company Givaudan saw operating profit
for the first half of 2003 knocked by lower gross margins and a
rise in pension charges.