Shiseido is set to commence operations of its Osaka Ibaraki Factory and West Japan Distribution Center (WJD) in Ibaraki City, Osaka Prefecture, Japan, this month, following its completion in December 2020.
Malaysia will allow a number of industries to continue operations during its renewed lockdown, which commenced yesterday and will remain in place for two weeks, according to a report published by Reuters.
Kao has set new targets for realizing a decarbonized society and is aiming to reduce its CO2 emissions to zero by 2040, and become a carbon negative company by 2050.
AmorePacific has launched a kiosk where shoppers can order a bespoke bath bomb, and watch it being made as they wait.
L’Oréal has chosen Singapore as its headquarters for the new South Asia Pacific, Middle East and North Africa (SAPMENA) zone, according to a report by Marketing Interactive.
China’s Guangzhou has broken ground on a 10.22 sq km Beauty and Healthcare Industrial Park, according to a report published by the South China Morning Post.
AK Plaza, the department store unit of K-beauty giant Aekung, has unveiled a prototype store that will produce bespoke cosmetics in house, according to a report published by Aju Daily.
The Chairman of the Egyptian-Japanese Business Council, Ibrahim Al-Arabi has announced that Japanese cosmetics firm Saraya is set to pile US$10 million into the Suez Canal Economic Zone – the first investment to be made by a Japanese firm in the region, according to a report published by Egypt Today.
Shiseido has revealed the results of a joint research project with the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology that sought to verify scientifically whether facial radiance influences facial attractiveness and gives a good impression to others. Spoiler alert, it does.
The US, Australia, India and Japan are in talks over the possibility of partnering over rare earth procurement, according to a report published by Nikkei Asia.