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Groupe Marcelle reduces operations and begins layoffs

By Deanna Utroske

As of Monday, March 30, the Canada-based beauty maker will begin scaling back operations and implementing temporary layoffs in response to the Coronavirus global health and financial crisis.

Cosmax acquires cosmetics manufacturer Nuworld

Cosmax acquires cosmetics manufacturer Nuworld

By Natasha Spencer

The leader in cosmetics original design manufacturing (ODM), Cosmax, builds upon its strong procurement history, with the acquisition of cosmetics maker Nuworld.

China prepares for Industry 4.0 lead

China prepares for Industry 4.0 lead

By Natasha Spencer

As the Chinese government pushes ahead with its Made in China 2025 strategy, Euromonitor International reports the leading APAC cosmetics market is set to overtake Germany for the position of top Industry 4.0 implementer.

China gearing up to ban repackaged cosmetics?

China gearing up to ban repackaged cosmetics?

By Lucy Whitehouse

China looks set to ban the sale of repackaged cosmetics, according to industry commentators, a move which will shut down the widespread practice of repackaging and remarketing products in the country.

PCHi Shanghai 2016, in photos

PCHi Shanghai 2016, in photos

By Simon Pitman

PCHi 2016 opened its doors in Shanghai this month. The ninth edition of the event already demonstrated that preregistration was already well up on the previous Shanghai event two years ago. This gallery brings you some of the highlights from this still...

State-of-the-art aerosol plant opens in China

State-of-the-art aerosol plant opens in China

By Lucy Whitehouse

A new aerosol manufacturing plant has been opened by the ACOA (the Alliance of Colep and One Asia), offering a “state-of-the-art” facility in China.

Lumson moves airless packaging into Australia

Lumson moves airless packaging into Australia

By Michelle Yeomans

Cosmetics packaging specialist Lumson is taking its 'world-first' Airless Bottle Technology to Australia and New Zealand through Sydney cosmetics manufacturer Trulux.

Antoinette van den Berg, founder of Future-Touch

3D printing set to take cosmetics packaging to the next level

By 3D printing set to take cosmetic packaging to the next level

First there was the steam engine, then the electric motor and more recently industrial robots. Now another new technology is set to transform many areas of manufacturing– 3D printing.

Anisa reflects on a decade of manufacturing in China

Anisa reflects on a decade of manufacturing in China

By Andrew MCDOUGALL

Cosmetics packaging supplier Anisa International are celebrating a decade of production in China and its founder and CEO says that it is down to the quality that they can produce there in comparison to anywhere else.

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