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Laundry Care Industry in Western Europe May Show Moderate Growth, Forecasts Euromonitor in Its Report Published at MarketPublishers.com

13 Feb 2017 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – With the economic upheaval that followed the financial crisis, the laundry care category seems to have equalized in Western Europe, thus providing a more solid foundation for more positive value growth in the years to come. This category is still very competitive, but still there is room for growth incase investments in new products are made.

Unilever, Henkel and Procter & Gamble are some of leading players in Western Europe, but private labels are also gaining ground. The laundry care segment is expected to be at least stable and it may even demonstrate moderate growth over the medium term.

In-demand research report “Laundry Care in Western Europe” drawn up by Euromonitor International Ltd. offers an up-close look at the laundry care market in Western Europe. The study starts with a detailed overview of the industry, including its development and historical data.

It proceeds with a regional overview. The report describes growth sectors in detail and outlines factors that drive change. The research study throws light on the competitive environment and identifies companies that lead the Western European space. It projects future developments in this marketplace over the next five years.

Products covered in the research report include: bleach, dishwashing, laundry care, polishes, and more.

Reasons to Buy:

  • keep abreast of the most recent trends and developments in the Western European laundry care space;
  • find out sectors set to experience growth;
  • see how tough the competition is;
  • learn how the marketplace is expected to develop in the years to come.

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