L'Oreal Thailand, the country's second-largest beauty company, aims to be No.1 within the next six years after enjoying double-digit sales growth in recent times.
Umesh Phadke (right), the managing director of L’Ore´al Thailand, and Tim Berger, the general manager for consumer products, display their wares.
Last year, the company posted a 19% increase in turnover with 112 million items sold. The momentum of double-digit sales growth continued in the first quarter this year, driven by key products from the L'Oreal and Garnier brands, which represented 70% of Thai sales.
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