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  • Wary of the long-established powerbase held by Unilever and Colgate-Palmolive in India, P&G took its time establishing a local presence there. In 2008 Bob McDonald, then group COO, gave an interview to
  • P&G and Unilever. It employs around 12,500 people, primarily in Germany and Austria. Tchibo Kaffee is Germany's leading manufacturer and retailer of fresh roast coffee, and the 4th biggest producer worldwide.
  • Unilever's single biggest brand is Knorr, the soups and seasonings business it acquired as part of Bestfoods in 2000. Despite its extensive portfolio of products, Unilever had comparatively few with a
  • and #2 in the worldwide sector to Unilever's Knorr. It is one of the company's strategic global brands, distributed in around 60 countries worldwide, although it is strongest in its heartland of continental
  • Gamble, Unilever and others. Henkel Laundry & Home Care generated revenues of almost €5.80bn in 2016, or around 31% of group sales, and operating profit of €803m. As a result of its leading position
  • Friends, primarily handling selected Unilever accounts under license. The Lowe network had originally a much larger direct presence in Germany, but scaled this down dramatically in early 2007, following
  • and the Valentino license, acquired from Unilever in 2003 (but later surrendered to Puig). Yet although several of these acquisitions brought with them a European management team experienced in fine
  • in the local operations of international companies Unilever and Total, as well as spirits company Distell. Combined revenues were around €2bn in 2016. Background In the late 1840s, Louis-Francois
  • Nestlé's main global competitors are Unilever, Kraft Heinz, Danone and Mars. See Food Sector, Non-Alcoholic Beverages Sector and Petcare Sector indexes for other companies Brands & Activities Nestlé
  • Both face strong competition from Hindustan Unilever, which markets Bru instant coffee, used for both hot and cold coffee. Nestle is the larger company by overall share, with around 52% from its two brands

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