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Looking at every opportunity in India to provide full range of products: RB CEO
RB sells a range of hygiene products in India including Dettol, Lizol, Harpic, while in health it has some popular brands as Disprin and Strepsils.
Sastasundar.com launches a range of immunity boosting products
The immunity boosting range of products include Golden Milk Mixture, Steam Inh...
Developing a range of products for US, EU markets: Aurobindo Pharma
The firm is developing eight inhalers and six nasal sprays, out of which ...
Jaguar Land Rover crosses 15-lakh production mark for its Ingenium engine range
The company's engine manufacturing centre in Wolverhampton, UK, produces the Ingenium powertrain family, providing a range of electrified, petrol and diesel powertrains for all JLR models, the automaker said in a statement.
Dabur expands baby care product portfolio, launches 8 new Ayurveda-based products
Commenting on the development Dabur India Marketing Head-Healthcare OTC Ajay Singh Parihar said, "With the growing demand of baby care products, we have decided to expand the Dabur Baby Care portfolio with a range of products enriched with Ayurvedic herbs." Being a pioneer in the field of Ayurveda, Dabur is committed to offer Ayurveda-based solution."
India's bold vision on electric vehicles is facing a range of speed bumps
One clear roadblock has been the lack of an electric vehicle policy by the government, industry executives say. In the absence of an unambiguous road map, companies and players along the entire value chair are unclear about which technologies to throw their weight behind and what kind of capacity to invest in.
VECV upgrades entire range of commercial vehicles with connected technology
"We are now the first company in the country to be selling fully-connected commercial vehicles," VECV CEO Vinod Aggarwal said. The entire lineup of the company's commercial vehicles, ranging between 4.9 tonnes and 55 tonnes, will come with telematics system with two years free subscription, he added.
Havells India Ltd launches anti-bacterial/anti-fungal switch range for a healthy home
The switch range, priced at Rs 75 onwards, will act as a catalyst to lead a ‘healthy life’ for customers by avoiding bacteria led diseases like food poisoning, pneumonia, conjunctivitis, etc., a press statement issued by the company said.
Ozone Group’s CMD trains daughter Sanchi Sehgal in leadership, family business
The younger Sehgal is already making Ozone Signature Range of products popular, internationally.
SMBs, startups on Amazon.in to launch 1000 new products this Prime Day
Prime Day in India will also see artisans and women entrepreneurs from 'Karigar' and 'Saheli' offer deals on handmade products from Tribes India, Blue pottery by Aditya Blue Pottery and Jewelry from Giva, among others.
Brokerages offering user-friendly tech features and products to lure millennials
Unlike the experience in the past, this time retail investors have not been driven away by the crisis-driven market volatility. Instead, Indian broking industry saw an astronomical rise with more than 30 lakh new customers opening demat accounts in Central Depository Services since 1 February.
Specialty products helped us post reasonable profit compared to last sequential quarter: MK Surana
There was 29.2% demand contraction for industry and only 25.8% for HPCL
FMCG sales in fast lane in rural areas; hygiene, immunity products in demand
The firms have started to offer these items in value packs and are also expanding their network in rural and semi-urban markets. "Rural has been growing much ahead of urban and it's actually performing better than the pre-COVID days," Godrej Consumer Products (GCPL) CEO India and SAARC Sunil Kataria said.
Entire product range is now BS-VI compliant: Volvo Cars India
All cars assembled at the company's plant or imported are now BS-VI certified. As a gesture to its customers owning an environment friendly BS-VI Volvo Car this financial year, Volvo is not increasing prices on its BS-VI certified cars till March 31.
India's GDP growth likely to range up to 1.5% in FY21: CII
In the baseline scenario, the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is expected to grow at just 0.6 per cent on an annual basis as economic activity is expected to remain constrained due to continuing restrictions on the free movement of goods and people beyond the lockdown period.