"Distribution Of Surf Detergent" Essays and Research Papers

  • Distribution Of Surf Detergent

    Surf Excel Brand Management 12/18/2012 Shikhar Mehra MBA Tech (Marketing) Roll No. 364 Brand Management Table of Contents Introduction .................................................................................................................................................. 2 Brand Mission ............................................................................................................................................... 3 Brand Vision ....................................

    Brand, Brand equity, Brand management 1471  Words | 5  Pages

  • Hul Surf Excel

    SURF EXCEL:- Surf reaches over 20 million homes in India. Surf was the first brand of detergent that was advertise on Television and Lalitaji was the first icon for a detergent powder created by Alyque Padamsee. It has tremendous Sales Turn over in almost all part of India for e.g. Surf account for more than 50% of a detergent powder that sell in North Eastern States. Other competitors also had effective cleaning but which would damages the cloth and its colour. ...

    Brand management, Cleanliness, Clothing 755  Words | 3  Pages

  • Consumer Behavior Towards Ariel and Surf Excel

    the major Indian consumer product companies which have very strong presence through their strong brands. The wide distribution network, diversified portfolios and scale economies of these companies deter new players from entering into the market. Therefore, Brand Equity is an extremely important factor in FMCG Industry where as ability to build, develop, and maintain a wide distribution network is one of the critical factors. . History of Fabric Wash Market In India The size of fabric wash market...

    Brand, Brand equity, Brand management 2111  Words | 7  Pages

  • Detergents

    Detergents A detergent is a surfactant or a mixture of surfactants with "cleaning properties in dilute solutions."[1] These substances are usually alkylbenzenesulfonates, a family of compounds that are similar to soap but are more soluble in hard water, because the polar sulfonate (of detergents) is less likely than the polar carboxyl (of soap) to bind to calcium and other ions found in hard water. In most household contexts, the term detergent by itself refers specifically to laundry detergent...

    Detergent, Laundry detergent, Quaternary ammonium cation 657  Words | 3  Pages

  • Detergent Market

    Analysis on Detergents The Detergent Market is one of the segments of the FMCG market in India that has high growth potential. The detergent based segment is divided into two broad categories - oil-based laundry soaps and synthetic detergents, including bars, powder, and liquids. The detergent market is mainly concentrated in the urban areas but the level of penetration in the rural for the past few years has been good.  Market segmentation Detergent market...

    Detergent, Hindustan Unilever, India 804  Words | 4  Pages

  • Rin Detergent Case

    Laundry detergent bar, RIN. The overall objective of the marketing planning was to differentiate and position RIN, a non-soap detergent bar, as a fabric washer that gives consumers a superior cleaning power with much less effort than what is currently obtainable in the market. Lever ‘s seeks to gain an entry into the laundry soap segment where it currently does not have product offering. The Company hopes to capitalize on the success in its two brands of Non-soap Detergent powders, Surf and Sunlight...

    Advertising, Laundry detergent, Marketing 573  Words | 3  Pages

  • Surf Excel vs Ariel

    Segmentation Surf was launched in 1959. A family brand with toughstain removal and caringimage. - International to Ultra to Ex cel Surf Ex cel is available in 4variants: Surf Excel Blue Surf Excel Quick Wash Surf Excel Automatic Surf Excel Detergent Bar Rating7/6 ARIEL Ariel was introduced in India in1991. Ariel contains unique Fragrancein detergents with newtechnology based detergent Ariel is available in 3 variants: Ariel Fresh Clean Ariel Spring Clean Ariel...

    Brand management, Laundry detergent, Lower middle class 342  Words | 3  Pages

  • Deconstruction of Uniwash Detergents Communication

    brands Sagar Malviya, ET Bureau Apr 18, 2012, 10.37AM IST Tags: * Uni Wash| * tide| * Rohit Surfactants| * margin pressure| * HUL| * ghari| * Bimal Kumar Gyanchandani * MUMBAI: Maker of India's largest-selling detergent brand Ghari, Kanpur-based Rohit Surfactants plans to launch a mid-premium laundry brand to take on Hindustan Unilever's Rin and Procter & Gamble's Tide. "We want to tap into mid-priced category which has good potential as well as offer higher...

    Detergent, Fiscal year, Hindustan Unilever 1442  Words | 4  Pages

  • 9823405 SWOT Analysis of the Detergent Powder Surf Excel

    SWOT Analysis of the detergent powder Surf Excel (a famous product and famous brand of Hindustan Unilever Limited.) Assignment Submitted By, Assignment Submitted To, 1 Assignment Submitted By _______________ Index S.No Page No 1 About the product 3 2 About the company 6 3 SWOT Analysis 6 3.1 Strengths 10 3.2 Weakness 14 3.3 Opportunities 16 3.4 Threats 18 4 2 Particulars Conclusion 20 Assignment Submitted By _______________ About the product Surf Excel, launched in...

    Brand, Brand management, Detergent 3672  Words | 20  Pages

  • Surf Excel

    Table of Contents ANALYSIS OF SURF EXCEL WASHING POWDER ............................................................................................. 3 ABOUT THE COMPANY ................................................................................................................................. 3 ABOUT THE BRAND ...................................................................................................................................... 3BRAND PHILOSOPHY: ..........................

    Brand, Brand management, Income 1009  Words | 4  Pages

  • Marketing Laundry Detergent Bars in the Philippines

    Laundry Detergent Bars in the Philippines Introduction, Benefits, Corporate Social Responsibility, Packaging and Conclusion Redmond Yu (Juro Ongkiko, Robert Tan, Kevin Cheu) High 3F (Academic), Xavier School School Year 2010-2011 . I. Introduction A. Today’s Market . B. Two Brands . 1) Tide . 2) Surf Thesis Statement: Comparing our product, Cleanex, with prominent rival brands, Tide and Surf, in terms...

    Corporate social responsibility, Detergent, Laundry 2243  Words | 7  Pages

  • Surf Exel VS Arial

    Surf Excel Vs Ariel Brands War Surf Excel Arial History Introduced by Unilever Pakistan in 1948 under the brand name ‘Surf’, its deep rooted heritage has made it a national icon. Surf Excel is known for its famous tagline ‘Daag tou achay hotay hain/Dirt is good’. But this is much more than just a tagline. It is a central philosophy that the brand lives by, with an intrinsic passion to ensure child development through tactile...

    Brand, Brand management, Laundry detergent 857  Words | 5  Pages

  • Distribution

     Distribution & Pricing Dartaine Phifer BA181 Foundations of Marketing Instructor: Bell, Faith A manager’s job is never ending, if you want to be successful in this business. Denny McKnight stated, “We think of best practices as doing all the right things with the right tools and getting the right results” (Harps, Best Practices in Todays Distribution). One of the marketing plans, distribution plays a key role to how products are exposed, stored and delivered, another key factor is the...

    Consultative selling, Marketing, Price 832  Words | 5  Pages

  • RIN detergent positing or repositioning

     Rin DETERGENT CASE RIN DETERGENT: TO POSITION OR REPOSITION Section - A Group - 12 Write up # 2 Submitted By: Roll Numbers: 34015 34016 34048 34122 34142 Total Words - 1623 Executive Summary Case describes the introduction of Rin laundry detergent bar of lever Brothers Pakistan Limited. In initial days (1984) the sales of the detergent bar was far below the expectation regardless of many promotional activity of the...

    Brand, Brand management, Detergent 2119  Words | 7  Pages

  • SURF excel vs ariel

     Surf Excel & ARIEL Marketing & Competition Analysis Main areas covered Introduction | History Top Indian Players | Market Share Marketing Objectives | Strategies Segmentation | Growth Opportunities Understanding Consumer Needs Pricing | Marketing Strategy Competitive Advantages | Promotion/AD Campaign Environmental Change and Innovation Consumer Satisfaction and Research Competitors : Ariel | Recommendation & Suggestions Conclusion Introduction ...

    Consumer, Hindustan Unilever, Laundry 298  Words | 10  Pages

  • distribution

    information to the customers about the functions of scooters. On the other hand, communication is sometimes ineffective, if the executive do not have to skills to influence the intermediaries. Improper communication channel creates disturbance in the distribution programming model. Effective Work Teams: Organization has to develop the effective work teams in order give tough competition to the rivalry firms. In addition to this, these work teams will distribute the products to the intermediaries, so...

    Competitor analysis, Financial intermediary, Market research 982  Words | 5  Pages

  • Tide vs. Generic Detergent

    Store Brand” Laundry detergent is a very necessary item and can be found in many varieties at local grocery stores. However, some brands tend to overpower others. During our team marketplace assignment we compared two different detergents at two different locations. We compared Tide and the generic brand detergent at both Harris Teeter and Food Lion. We compared the differences and similarities of each brand. We also observed the positioning, prices, promotions, and distribution of both brands. These...

    Brand, Brand management, Branding 1254  Words | 6  Pages

  • Surf Excel

    Surf Excel, launched in 1954, is one of the oldest detergent powders in India and Pakistan. Initially, the brand was positioned on the clean proposition of “washes whitest”. However, with the emergence of numerous local detergent manufacturers and the entry of other global brands, Surf Excel underwent various changes in its Brand Communication; from 'lalitaji' to 'dhoondte reh jaaoge' to 'jaise bhi daag ho, surf excel hai na', and is today communicated on the platform of 'Dhaag achcha hai'. This...

    Brand, Brand management, Laundry detergent 2330  Words | 8  Pages

  • Tide Detergent

    Ariel is a marketing line of laundry detergents made by Procter & Gamble. It is the flagship brand in Procter & Gamble's European, Mexican, Japanese, Brazilian, Peruvian, Turkish, Filipino, Colombian, Chilean and Venezuelan portfolios. In some U.S. stores, Mexican Ariel is available. History Ariel first appeared on the UK market in 1967 and was the first detergent with stain-removing enzymes. It was a high-sudsing powder designed for twin-tub and top-loading washing machines. With the rise...

    Ariel, Detergent, Laundry 3562  Words | 13  Pages

  • Surf Excel Presentation

    Analysis of the Surf Excel’s 2012 Pre and Post-purchase behaviourin Mamallapuram | | [Type the author name] | 6/7/2012 | | Preface This project traces the detergent market and the demand for one particular detergent in Mahabalipuram, a small township in Tamil Nadu. Surf Excel is a leading detergent brand produced by Hindustan Unilever Ltd in India. This product is marketed in different price ranges and quantities. There is a wide range of categories under surf excel which are...

    Data, Detergent, Hindustan Unilever 1558  Words | 8  Pages

  • Detergent Study

    unit prices as mass-market categories such as hand dishwashing and bar detergents witnessed intense competition over the year. However, 2010 sales growth in terms of retail volume was comparable to and slightly higher than that seen over the review period. Major categories see heightened competition The trinity of laundry care, dishwashing and insecticides was alight with competitive pressures in 2010. In laundry care, detergent brands Wheel, Tide, Rin, and Ghari indulged in widespread advertising...

    Ariel, Brand, Detergent 4450  Words | 15  Pages

  • Surf Excel

    MARKETING PLAN: SURF EXCEL M.BILAL KHAN (2642) I.U.G.C 1. CURRENT MARKETING SITUATION COMPANY PROFILE: Unilever Pakistan Limited manufactures and markets home and personal care products, beverages, ice cream, and spreads in the United Kingdom. The company provides food products, such as soups, bouillons, sauces and dressings, noodles, complete meals, margarine and spreads, olive oil, and tea, as well as frozen foods; cleansing and hygiene products for the home care market; and skin cleansing...

    Brand, Brand management, Marketing 3372  Words | 15  Pages

  • Surf Aid

    stakeholder groups wherever we can so as to further sustained change in behaviour and development. Our community based health programs involve education in nutrition, hygiene, healthy environments, and disease prevention - including mosquito net distribution. In response to an unfortunately frequent need, we have built an award winning capacity in Emergency Preparedness and have delivered practical, locally-based Emergency Responses. SurfAid follows the organisational values of accountability, transparency...

    Health care, Health care provider, Islands of Indonesia 2263  Words | 7  Pages

  • The Effectiveness of Detergents

    Laundry detergents are found in every household and used for removing stains and oils from clothes so they could be reused. The production of this invention first started in the United States in the 1930s but started becoming very popular only after the Second World War because the military required a chemical to remove the dirt and oil off their military outfits (Clean Living). Laundry detergents have a combination of chemicals which combat different barriers to clean the fabric. They have different...

    Detergent, Emulsion, Laundry detergent 1124  Words | 3  Pages

  • Detergent Industry

    Souce : Journels 1. P&G detergent Abstract The paper focuses on Proctor and Gamble's (P&G) Gain brand laundry detergent, and includes a background on the brand as well as a marketing application and analysis The paper explains that this company manufactures and markets a number of other detergent and laundry care brands that could easily erode the market for Gain unless careful attention is given to what target market is involved. The paper concludes that it is reasonable to assume that...

    Brand, Detergent, Fabric softener 588  Words | 3  Pages

  • Soaps and Detergents

    oap and detergent, soap [Credit: © Photos.com/Thinkstock]substances that, when dissolved in water, possess the ability to remove dirt from surfaces such as the human skin, textiles, and other solids. The seemingly simple process of cleaning a soiled surface is, in fact, complex and consists of the following physical-chemical steps: Wetting of the surface and, in the case of textiles, penetration of the fibre structure by wash liquor containing the detergent. Detergents (and other surface-active...

    Detergent, Fat, Fatty acid 1399  Words | 4  Pages

  • Laundry Detergent

    Running head: LAUNDRY DETERGENT Laundry Detergent October 9, 2011 Jessica L. Kelley Principals of Marketing Bennett Hirsch American Continental University                       Abstract From my research and what I have learned, there are three marketing environment forces that will impact laundry detergent.  The paper describes each and analyzes why and how it will impact laundry detergent.  It also goes over the strategies to overcome the threats.                     ...

    Advertising, Customer service, Detergent 973  Words | 4  Pages

  • Washing Detergents Industry Analysis

    WASHING DETERGENTS Summary of Module 1 INDUSTRY OVERVIEW Washing powders and detergents are considered to be an important part of personal and home care product lines. The local detergent industry in Pakistan has flourished significantly over time and is still on the path diversification and development. During the periods of 1980s till the end of 90s, detergent bars had the major market share, in most of the market segments. The detergent powders through their extensive marketing campaigns...

    Advertising, Brand, Detergent 5525  Words | 16  Pages

  • Project on Detergent

    which helped us to understand the topics deeply which were untouched before. Any suggestions to improve are always welcomed. To Whom It May Concern: I, Dr. S.K. Laroiya, hereby authorize the following students, to conduct a comparative study on detergents. They are authorized to act on my behalf in all manners relating to conducting of this study. Any and all acts carried out by them on my behalf shall have the same affect as acts of mine. Name of Students: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Siddharth Saraswat Saurabh...

    Detergent, Laundry detergent, Marketing 27804  Words | 84  Pages

  • Surf Culture

    The Evolution of Surf Culture American society is a society based on laws and high expectations. Americans are expected to obey the law laid down by the government and follow the same basic path, which is to go to school and then get a job in order to achieve success. For years Americans have strived to relieve themselves from the pressures of society by partaking in various hobbies and recreational activities. During the 1960's, the sport of surfing became widely popular for those living along...

    Dogtown and Z-Boys, Skateboarding, Snowboarding 1593  Words | 5  Pages

  • Marketing Strategy: Tide Detergent

     Marketing Strategy for Procter & Gamble’s Tide® Liquid Laundry Detergent Measure Trigger Paul Lane Marketing 1001 Professor Norman Hansen February 20, 2010 Abstract Procter & Gamble (P&G) and its competitors package laundry detergents in various sizes and packaging alternatives. Tide® liquid laundry detergent is available in sizes ranging from 40 ounces (25 loads) to 150 ounces (96 loads). Current packaging requires lifting and pouring...

    Brand, Laundry detergent, Marketing 1492  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Surf Shoppe

    MegaCorp believes the proper utilization of this BI system will provide significant competitive advantage, it is willing to equip it with the latest systems and services. The operation, to be known as the “Surf Shoppe”, will be housed in a separate facility on the main MegaCorp corporate campus. The Surf Shoppe will, however, receive all external information services from the main MegaCorp headquarter building. The building will house 20 employees, half of whom will be engaged in online research. One-half...

    Access control, Access control list, Active Directory 1505  Words | 4  Pages

  • Marketing Strategies of Surf Excel in Pakistan

    issues in Business” Submitted By: M.Com (1 1/2) Morning Group Members: Wajiha Riaz 35 Ainee Rashid 54 Hira Aslam Butt 57 Syedda Azka Naeem 64 Sadia Iqbal 69 Table of Contents * Introduction of unilever * Surf Excel * Marketing Facts * Marketing Strategies * Comparision with learning & Chapter of Marketing Unilever Pakistan Limited manufactures and markets home and personal care products, beverages, ice cream, and spreads in the United Kingdom...

    Cosmetics, Detergent, Laundry 2029  Words | 8  Pages

  • Cromatography and Detergents

    on to your trousers and it has melted. Explain using diagrams, why you would not use plain water to wash them but would add some detergent. In your explanation you must describe and explain the function of detergents in terms of hydrophilic and hydrophobic properties. In removing chocolate off the trousers, plain water would not be able to remove it, but detergent would, and that due to the structure and the intermolecular forces involved. Chocolate is theobromine, which has some polar character...

    Atom, Chemical polarity, Chromatography 1560  Words | 5  Pages

  • Product management

    Management Report on Surf Excel – Group 2 Group Members: Mustafa Ilyas Bhotwawala Anmol Patel Kunal Besra Dhaval Nimkar Kritagya Seth Simrat Pal Singh Product Strategy: Hindustan Unilever has always had a big share in Indian market was washing detergents with other products like RIN, and Wheel. Surf excel detergent has always been innovative with always being the first ones to introduce new products to satisfy different customers. Example: Surf excel Matic, Surf excel Quick wash...

    Clothing, Detergent, Laundry 552  Words | 5  Pages

  • Consumtion Habits in Thailand for Soap and Detergent

    will look at the findings made from observations and questionnnaires. Lastly, the marketing mix will be discusssed with an emphasis on a probable approach for the product at hand. The Product The product concept is to create a soap and detergent that repels all insects, especially mosquitos, spiders and termites. The insect quantity is a large problem in humid areas such as in Asian countries and during a flood situation their numbers seem to multiply. The product would be usable on skin...

    Detergent, Market, Marketing 1238  Words | 4  Pages

  • P & G Ariel Detergent

    products company, has a well-earned reputation as one of the world's best marketers. With its 80-plus major brands, P&G generates more than $37 billion in annual revenues worldwide. Along with Unilever, P&G is a dominant global force in laundry detergents, cleaning products, and personal care products. P&G expanded abroad after World War II by exporting its brands and marketing policies to Western Europe, initially with considerable success. Over the next 30 years, this policy of developing new products...

    Detergent, Developed country, Laundry detergent 979  Words | 3  Pages

  • Surf Exel

     HINDUSTAN LEVER LIMITEDA Project Report On SURF EXCEL  2. TABLE OF CONTENTS• ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS• INTRODUCTION• EXECUTIVE SUMMARY• INDUSTRY ANALYSIS• COMPANY OVERVIEW• FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS• MARKETING MIX OF ORISSA• COMPETITORS ANALYSIS• PROJECT1: o OBJECTIVES o SCOPE AND LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY o RESEARCH METHODOLOGY o DATA ANALYSIS § CONSUMER ANALYSIS o CONCLUSIONS• APPENDIX o CONSUMER’S QUESTIONNAIRE o DETAILED FSA  3. EXECUTIVE SUMMARYThe project assigned to us was to study the...

    Asset turnover, Brand, Financial ratio 14744  Words | 36  Pages

  • Marketing Planning for Surf Excel in Pakistan

    Current Marketing Situation………………………………………………..……6 o Market Description..........................................................................6 o Product Review……………………………………………………11 o Review of Competition……………………………………………12 o Review of Distribution.....................................................................14 o Market Potential…………………………………………………..15 4. Swot Analysis…………………......................................…………………….... …16 5. Objectives and Issues ……………………...................

    Brand management, Laundry detergent, Marketing 3781  Words | 18  Pages

  • Detergent

    General process information Detergents are manufactured using a synthetic surfactant in place of the metal fatty acid salts that are used in soaps. Most of the powder detergents have soap in their mixture of ingredients, however it generally functions more as a foam depressant than as a surfactant. Powder detergents are manufactured using various processes, such as spray drying, agglomeration, dry mixing or a combination of these. Spray Drying Process The different stages / operations performed...

    Detergent, Laundry detergent, Soap 349  Words | 2  Pages

  • detergent

    | Home | Project Profile - DETERGENT POWDER About Us Contact Us Data & Statistics Annual Reports Budget & Allocations Schemes MSME Publications MSME in India Useful Links Employees Corner | हंसं द करण | Search INTRODUCTION Detergents are also known as Synthetic Detergents. They are different from oilbased soap though both soaps and detergents are surfactants. Their important application is cleaning. Because of a number of advantages Detergents are popular than soaps and its...

    Capital accumulation, Costs, Detergent 1144  Words | 16  Pages

  • A Brief Look at the Distribution of Soda

    at the Distribution of Soda The third element of the marketing mix is place or also called distribution. Distribution is described as the movement of goods and services from the source through the distribution channel, right up to the final consumer and the movement of payment in the opposite direction, right up to the original producer. Distribution is a very significant aspect of the marketing mix; it can decide whether a small business can compete with the big businesses. Distribution takes...

    Carbonated water, Coca-Cola, Cream soda 1272  Words | 4  Pages

  • Laundry Detergent

    contemplating an attractive leadership position in China when he received a phone call from the head of Unilever's Home Care division in Brazil, his native country. Robert Davidson was looking for someone to explore growth OPPOrtunillCS in the marketing of detergents to low-mcome consumers Iivmg in the Northeast of Brazil. An alumnus of INSEAD's Advanced Management Programme, Laercio had joined Unilevcr in 1986 after graduating in business administration from Funda~ao Getulio Vargas in Sao Paulo. He thus had...

    Brand, Detergent, INSEAD 6378  Words | 37  Pages

  • A Study on Advertisement of Surf Excel, 5-Star & Center Shock

    Advertisement Category FMCG FMCG FMCG Product Surf Excel Cadbury’s 5-Star Center Shock Video Link on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R4Pw6bQ-LHI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7yN1LUM0LS4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_OtTfhHx0k Surf Excel Introduction: Surf Excel is a product of Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL) in detergent segment which comes with a tagline of “Daag Acche Hai” has turned the mindset of Indian customer by showing Dirtiness in a good sense to increase their...

    Advertising, Advertising agency, Brand 869  Words | 3  Pages

  • Wheel Detergent

    “wheel”, the brand of HUL, it’s very important to understand the detergent market in the early 1950’s. HLL(now HUL) and Swastik were the prominent players who came up with Surf and Det respectively. HLL dominated the market with a share of almost 70% in the detergent segment followed by other players like TOMCO etc. who also joined the fray. Even though the crude oil prices had increased in the early 1970’s and the price of Surf had risen sharply, but still it maintained the market leadership in...

    Chakra, Detergent, Laundry detergent 671  Words | 2  Pages

  • Distribution System

    El Paso and gradually built a customer base throughout Texas. A distribution center was established in Ft. Worth, Texas later, as business expanded to the north; a second distribution center was established in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The El Paso plant was expanded when the company began marketing its meters in Arizona, California, Nevada, and Utah. With the growth of the West Coast business, the Darby Company opened a third distribution center in Las Vegas and just two years ago opened a second production...

    Amtrak, Cities in Texas, County seats in Texas 739  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chemistry of Soaps and Detergents

    and propanoic acid are also used as preservatives. Cleansing Agents In this Section, we will learn about detergents. Two types of detergents are used as cleansing agents. These are soaps and synthetic detergents. These improve cleansing properties of water. These help in removal of fats which bind other materials to the fabric or skin. Soaps Soaps are the detergents used since long. Soaps used for cleaning purpose are sodium or potassium salts of long chain fatty acids, e.g., stearic...

    Chlorine, Fatty acid, Potassium 1250  Words | 4  Pages

  • Distribution Channel

    elements in success of clothes retailing is how the company use their distribution channel decision and strategies. This essay will study on Hennes & Mauritz's (H&M) , the Swedish-owned globally famous fashion retailing and research on how they deal and rely on their distribution channel partners. Unlike their competitors such as Uniqlo, Forever21, ZARA or GAP ,H&M has implemented a unique and efficient distribution channel strategy to increase their level of competitiveness and cost...

    Marketing, Marketing management, Marketing plan 835  Words | 3  Pages

  • Moringa Oleifera as an Alternative Detergent

    1 Chapter 1 THE PROBLEM Introduction This study about Moringa Oleifera enables the creation of a new homemade detergent and its target to clean fabric and furniture. This study will prove that even vegetables like Malunggay can also be used as house cleaners. This study will try to improve the cleaning powers of the other commercial detergents by adding malunggay extract to it. It will prove that the power of malunggay is not limited and this will prove people wrong. They think malunggay...

    Cleanliness, General Santos City, Laundry detergent 1363  Words | 6  Pages

  • Distribution Channels

    Reese’s Distribution channels Introduction Any product or service in the marketplace utilizes distribution channels to reach its customers. Although the manufacturers and services providers can and do provide their goods and services directly, utilizing distribution channels multiplies the number of goods and services that reach the marketplace (Advameg, Inc, 2011). Therefore, distribution channels can increase market share and profit margins since these distribution channels help the company’s...

    Chocolate, Distribution, Hershey, Pennsylvania 948  Words | 4  Pages

  • Unilever Sales & Distribution Plan

    Sales & Distribution Hindustan unilever - Document Transcript 1. December SALES & DISTRIBUTION NETWORK OF HINDUSTAN UNILEVER 21, 2008 Sales & Distribution Network of Hindustan Uni Lever (HUL)- DOVE bathing Soap (Region: Kolkata) A marketing channel performs the work of moving goods from producers to consumers. It overcomes the time, place, and possession gaps that separate goods and services from those who need or want them. Members of the marketing channel perform a number of key functions like...

    Marketing, Product, Retailing 1187  Words | 3  Pages

  • Distribution Automation

    DISTRIBUTION AUTOMATION Abstract— This White Paper on, “Power systems” addresses the working process, benefits and challenges of implementing Distribution Automation in electrical power distribution sector. The demand for electrical energy is increasing every day. Today over 24% of total electrical energy generated in India is lost in transmission (6%) and distribution (18%). The electrical power deficit in country is currently about 18%. Therefore reduction in distribution...

    Circuit breaker, Electric power transmission, Electrical engineering 2007  Words | 7  Pages

  • Argument Longboard Surf

    very popular with the youngest grommets to the oldest waterman enjoying the thrill of riding waves. The best surfing to be found in New England has been reported to be just south of Boston. Rhode Island, "The Ocean State", receives the best swell, or surf-able waves, of the New England states and has a thriving surfing community along its forty mile coast (Magic Seaweed). With so many great breaks for longboarding in the Rhode Island region, like East Matunuck State Beach and Narragansett Beach, it...

    Nose ride, Rhode Island, Simon Anderson 1139  Words | 5  Pages

  • Shapes of Distribution

    4.2 Shapes of Distributions Learning Goal: To be able to describe the general shape of a distribution in terms of its number of modes, skewness, and variation. Number of Modes —  One way to describe the shape of a distribution is by its number of peaks, or modes. —  Uniform distribution—has no mode because all data values have the same frequency. Any peak is considered a mode, even if all peaks do not have the same height. —  A distribution with a single peak is called a ...

    Arithmetic mean, Kurtosis, Mean 455  Words | 4  Pages

  • Physical Distribution

    perform a distribution function. The distribution function is vital to the economic well-being of society because it provides the goods and services desired by the consumer. Economists often describe the value of distribution in terms of ownership, place, and time utility. The marketer contributes to the product's value by getting it to the right place at the time the consumer wants to buy it and by providing the mechanism for transferring ownership. Firms that do not perform the distribution function...

    Commercial item transport and distribution, Customer, Inventory 1389  Words | 7  Pages

  • Detergent

    Toxicity to humans and aquatic organisms. * Examples: For human health concerns, ethylene glycol monobutyl ether; for environmental concerns, d-limonene. Wash Water  * Positive Environmental Characteristic: Neutral pH. Example: Enzyme-based detergents. * Key characteristics of concern: Highly caustic or acidic wash environments; may cause severe irritation or burns to living tissue in humans or aquatic organisms. * Example: High alkaline breaks, low pH sours. Highly alkaline ingredients can...

    Chlorine, Environmentalism, Human 495  Words | 2  Pages

  • Channels of Distribution

    Channels of Distribution 1 Channels of Distribution – Article Review #2 Katarina Mikalacki Marketing 421 Doula Zahropoulos October 06, 2004 Channels of Distribution 2 Having access to good distribution is fundamental to good marketing. Business operators need to be able to deliver their products and services to the right people, at the right time, in the right quantities...

    Department store, Distribution, Manufacturing 626  Words | 3  Pages

  • DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT

    DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT 1) Distribution: Distribution is one of the four elements of the marketing mix. Distribution is the process of making a product or service available for use or consumption by a consumer or business user, using direct means, or using indirect means with intermediaries. 2) Distribution management: The management of resources and processes used to deliver a product from a production location to the point-of-sale,including storage at warehousing locations or delivery to retail distribution points...

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  • Early Distributions

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