Global Personal Care and Cosmetic Ingredients Industry Consolidation, 2018

Global Personal Care and Cosmetic Ingredients Industry Consolidation, 2018

Mergers and Acquisitions to Drive Market Growth

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21-Nov-2018
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North America
Research Code: 9AB4-00-20-00-00
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This growth insight is an analysis of the global personal care and cosmetic ingredients industry consolidation. It profiles notable transactions with case studies and examines the rationale for mergers and acquisitions (M&As) in the personal care and cosmetic ingredients market. It also discusses the key market drivers and restraints for M&A activity. The report provides transformation in the personal care and cosmetic ingredients ecosystem, models several growth opportunities that involves consolidation, with strategic imperatives.

The personal care and cosmetic ingredients include synthetic, natural, multifunctional, and others. Growth by acquisition, innovation, customer service leadership, and value addition are some of the strategies adopted by ingredient suppliers. Vertical integration and sideward integration are also aimed at to earn higher margins and to expand product line resepctively. Companies are increasing their global reach by acquiring companies for synergies of geographical markets, technologies and products, and even distribution channels.

Industry Trends:
• Personal care and cosmetic ingredients face highly competitive price pressures, leading to the need mergers with or the acquisition of competitors to achieve cost leadership by expanding technological innovation and diversification strategies.
• A majority (80-90%) of the personal care and cosmetic active ingredients are commodities or reaching commodity status, and thus innovation in products and technologies is an urgent requirement for growth.
• Consolidation is reshaping the industry as leading competitors acquire and assimilate target companies with compatible products and technologies.

Growth Opportunities:
• Product portfolio diversification through acquisitions is a key differentiator
• Customer preference for one-stop shop solution providers
• Increased funding interest from private equity firms
• The industry remains fragmented with a number of successful start-ups and entrepreneurial set-ups that are profitable as small businesses, prompting M&A activities.

Top M&A Companies: Acquisitions by Greentech of Mapric, Givaudan of Induchem, IFF of Lucas Myer and Aromor, are aimed at gaining access to complementary and supplementary portfolios. Examples of acquisitions for accessing natural products are Seppic’s takeover of Serdex, Clariant acquiring CRM International and 17% stake of BioSpectrum, Takasago’s buying out of Centre Ingredient Technology and Givaudan’s acquiring of Soliance.

Key Issues Addressed

  • What are the key factors driving M&A in the personal care and cosmetic ingredients market?
  • What are the influential factors that have led companies to decide on acquisition strategies during 2014–2018?
  • How has acquisitions impacted the personal care and cosmetic ingredients market and what has been the acquisition trend among these companies over the past few years?
  • What are the factors that are expected to drive acquisitions in the future?

Author: Raghu Tantry

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Key Findings (continued)

Introduction

Research Scope

Key Questions this Study will Answer

Notable Transactions

Notable Transactions (continued)

Notable Transactions (continued)

Notable Transactions (continued)

Notable Transactions (continued)

Notable Transactions (continued)

Rationale for M&As in the Personal Care and Cosmetic Ingredients Industry

Rationale for M&As in the Personal Care and Cosmetic Ingredients Industry (continued)

Rationale for M&As in the Personal Care and Cosmetic Ingredients Industry (continued)

Key M&A Drivers

Drivers Explained

Key M&A Restraints

Restraints Explained

Transformation in the Personal Care and Cosmetic Ingredients Ecosystem

Growth Opportunity 1—Focus on Diverse Functional and Multifunctional Ingredients

Growth Opportunity 2—Growing End-user Awareness

Growth Opportunity 3—Gain Access to Formulation Stabilizers

Growth Opportunity 4—Penetrate New Geographical Markets

Growth Opportunity 5—Develop Cost Synergies

Strategic Imperatives for Personal Care and Cosmetic Ingredients Providers

Evonik Acquires Air Products Performance Materials Business

Evonik Acquires Air Products Performance Materials Business (continued)

Evonik Acquires Dr. Straetmans and J M Huber’s Silica

Evonik Acquires J M Huber’s Silica Business

Evonik Acquires Dr. Straetmans

Clariant Acquires CRM International SAS

Clariant Acquires CRM International SAS (continued)

Clariant Acquires Vivimed Product Range and Partners with BioSpectrum

Clariant Acquires Vivimed Product Range

Clariant Partners with BioSpectrum

Seppic Acquires Biotech Marine and Serdex (Bayer Division)

Seppic Acquires Biotech Marine and Serdex (Bayer Division) (continued)

Givaudan Acquires Induchem and Soliance

Givaudan Acquires Induchem and Soliance (continued)

IFF Acquires Lucas Meyer Cosmetics and Aromor

IFF acquires Lucas Meyer Cosmetics and Aromor (continued)

Croda Acquires Nautilus BioSciences

Croda Acquires Nautilus BioSciences (continued)

Sun Chemical Acquires Kingfisher Colours

Sun Chemical Acquires Kingfisher Colours (continued)

The Last Word

Legal Disclaimer

List of Exhibits

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition—Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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This growth insight is an analysis of the global personal care and cosmetic ingredients industry consolidation. It profiles notable transactions with case studies and examines the rationale for mergers and acquisitions (M&As) in the personal care and cosmetic ingredients market. It also discusses the key market drivers and restraints for M&A activity. The report provides transformation in the personal care and cosmetic ingredients ecosystem, models several growth opportunities that involves consolidation, with strategic imperatives. The personal care and cosmetic ingredients include synthetic, natural, multifunctional, and others. Growth by acquisition, innovation, customer service leadership, and value addition are some of the strategies adopted by ingredient suppliers. Vertical integration and sideward integration are also aimed at to earn higher margins and to expand product line resepctively. Companies are increasing their global reach by acquiring companies for synergies of geographical markets, technologies and products, and even distribution channels. Industry Trends: • Personal care and cosmetic ingredients face highly competitive price pressures, leading to the need mergers with or the acquisition of competitors to achieve cost leadership by expanding technological innovation and diversification strategies. • A majority (80-90%) of the personal care and cosmetic active ingredients are commodities or reaching commodity status, and thus innovation in products and technologies is an urgent requirement for growth. • Consolidation is reshaping the industry as leading competitors acquire and assimilate target companies with compatible products and technologies. Growth Opportunities: • Product portfolio diversification through acquisitions is a key differentiator • Customer preference for one-stop shop solution providers • Increased funding interest from private equity firms • The industry remains fragmented with a number of successful st
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