Published on : Jan 19, 2017
ALBANY, NY, Jan 19, 2017: The report delves into the key insights of the business growth of the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) industry and the trends that are prevalent in the industry. The study also evaluates the pricing and other marketing and publicity strategies of the leading players operating in the industry. The dynamics that are expected to drive or restrain the progress of the industry has also been assessed in the report. The research report further highlights the procurements in the industry, institutional perspective on e-procurement, capital expenditure changes, supplier price variations, and the chief business priorities.
The report states that within the fast-moving consumer goods industry, number of mergers and acquisitions are anticipated to increase during the coming six months. This trend is also expected to gain in the next few months owing to low-cost debt financing, margin pressure, and rising competition in the market. Although market uncertainty and pricing pressures are the prime concerns of the market players at present, they are focusing on expanding their production units in the current market situation and develop new and innovative products. Moreover, developing countries such as Brazil, Mexico, and China are likely to present lucrative opportunities for the growth of the global FMCG industry. This growth can be attributed to the lifestyle changes among the youth, expansion of supermarkets and hypermarkets and other retail stores, and rising income of the middles class.
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According to the report, the on an average the procurement expenditure of the FMCG industry is likely to rise by 5% in the coming six months. The study states that the key priorities of the fast-moving consumer goods organizations are development of new products and business expansion in the present market scenario. The most prominent and lucrative markets highlighted in the report are Mexico and China. It has been further projected in the research report that the capital expenditures on the development of new products and in the purchase of new equipment and machinery are projected to increase during the next couple of months. The procurement activities on capital equipment and raw materials are also expected to intensify in the next six months. It has also been anticipated that there is likely to be an increase in the supplier prices.
The first portion of the report highlights the important definitions and methodology used along with sample size. It also focuses on the strategic priorities, emerging markets with lucrative opportunities, potential in the developed markets, mergers and acquisitions, projections of capital expenditure, and key business concerns. The other half deals with the procurement strategies and behaviors.
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