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We strongly recommend, you go for Annual Subscription Only. *** Rs.1500 extra for additional email-ids <br />What is the price of handwash liquid Dettol soap ?<br />The price of handwash liquid Dettol soap is Rs 55 to 60 / 200 ml in beautiful bottle .....Its about 50 rupees for a bottle with dispenser....Rs 55 to 60 / 200 ml is the price of handwash liquid Dettol soap....Rs 57 for liquid dettol soap.200 ml bottle....The price of handwash liquid Dettol soap is Rs 55 to 60 / 200 ml...rs 55 for 200 ml pack but these days you are also getting an offer of the refill<br />What is the price of Dettol Handwash All Variants 250 ml pump in Sabka Bazaar?<br />it is price is Rs 110 &you get Dettol soap 75 gm is cost Rs. 17 is free.<br />Which soap is good for hand wash ?<br />dettol,fem....Dettol, Lifeboy & Hamam are the good soaps for hand wash....Dettol or Lifebuoy....In my experiance Dettol Liquid soap is good for hand wash....Dettol Liquid soap is good for hand wash....For hand wash you can use dettol liquid soap this is best of the best soap for hand wash.....Dettol Liquid soap is good for hand wash....I think Lifeboy & Dettol.<br />What is better for washing hands, liquid soap or bar soap and what are the advantages, if any ; of liquid soaps over bar soaps? suggest some brands in India ?<br />liquid soaps are better - Dettol best - because liquid soap remains untouched inside the bottle by those using it - bar gets touched by all using it<br />What is better for washing hands, liquid soap or bar soap and what are the advantages, if any ; of liquid soaps over bar soaps? suggest some brands in India ?<br />soaps are mild on hands. Dettol, Santoor are the liquid soap brands in India.There is not much difference in washing hands in liquid soap and soap bar. Washing hands in the soap bar may contaminate the soap box, which will result in microorganisms gaining resistance<br />For face wash soap is better or liquid face wash ?<br />......Liquid face wash is better then soap for face wash ....dettol is the best or else fem...For face wash liquid face wash is better then soap...Liquid face wash is better beacause there is no hard chemicalLiquid face wash is better because it is particularly made for delicate skin like the face....Liquid face wash is better then soap for face wash ....For face wash , liquid face wash is better then soap<br />Which is the best brand offering liquid soaps?<br />Olay-with almond ribbons....it leaves skin soft n mosturised...The best liquid soap is Lifebouy, as it is used in various applications of the human being....dettol<br />Close Window<br />Print Story <br />"India is central to RB’s growth strategy"Malabika SarkarPosted online: 2009-06-23 03:23:47+05:30<br />With operations in 60 countries and sales in 180, Reckitt Benckiser is one of the top global consumer goods companies dealing in household, health and personal care products. Its India subsidiary has an array of brands across segments—Dettol, Harpic, Mortein, Lizol, Cherry Blossom, Vanish, Easy Off Bang, and Veet, to name a few. In this interview to FE’s Malabika Sarkar, Chander Mohan Sethi, regional director, South Asia, and chairman and managing director, Reckitt Benckiser India, talks about the company’s strategy to enhance the performance of its power brands globally as well as in India. <br />What’s the outlook for the fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) sector in India this year in view of the global market meltdown? <br />When the going gets tough, the tough get going. It may sound clichéd but it’s true. To say that the last year (2008) was tough would be an understatement. Input costs have gone up significantly, the competitive landscape has become ever more challenging and growth in markets across the world has been slow. Our global targets reflect the reality of the conditions, and also our determination to win in the market. <br />Following the global trend, the booming Indian economy has also shown signs of slowing down. It has experienced a trend reversal in GDP (gross domestic product) growth. Although the recovery process is expected to be slow, the situation will stabilise sooner than later. Having said that FMCG is one sector where the impact has been minimal. <br />Reckitt Benckiser India has been growing in line with our internal benchmarks. Our aim is to perform quite well against the market and our competitors, but we do not give our forecasts. We clocked a growth of 17% in 2008 in a market reeling under recession, and that was ahead of our competitive set. Reckitt Benckiser has also shown healthy market share during this period. For example, the share of Dettol in the bar soaps market stood at an all-time high, while Mortein continued to be the single largest brand in the pest control market. Veet attained market leadership and is currently at 29.9% share (April 2009 market share in value). <br />Rising commodity prices over the past few years have forced many companies to revise prices upwards. What steps have you taken to avoid a squeeze on your margins and rationalise the cost structure? <br />Inflation in the commodity prices is one of the major concerns for the FMCG sector as a whole. Hence, it is imperative for FMCG companies to analyse the situation and implement any change in prices judiciously. We take into account a lot of factors before resorting to revision in prices. <br />This year, till now, we have not made any revisions in prices. Last year, we passed on only 25% of the total cost increase to consumers, that also only in certain categories. While as an organisation, we are cautious about price increases, these decisions will be dependent on market conditions based on commodity prices and the economic scenario. To protect our margins, we have looked at our own processes and materials to see if we can improve those processes and cut costs and also if using new materials or new designs to reduce materials needed, while giving more benefit to the consumer. With this creative and business-focused thinking, we managed to grow our margins. <br />Reckitt Benckiser has 17 power brands globally, of which only 10 are in the Indian market as of now. Are you planning to bring in more products from your global basket into the country? <br />We have 17 power brands globally, with many local jewels as well. In India, we have regularly introduced new products while innovating and reinventing the existing portfolio. In January 2008, we brought one of the biggest Reckitt Benckiser global brands to India, Air Wick. This was followed by the relaunch of Clearasil and the launch of new Veet with skincare ingredients. With Lizol, we launched a remarkably new kitchen cleaner product in the market. Strepsils, a leading brand in sore throat remedy, announced the launch of new Strepsils Ayurvedic. We also celebrated the platinum jubilee of Dettol, the iconic brand from Reckitt Benckiser in 2008-09. <br />In 2009, we have launched two new variants of Harpic, Harpic Power Rose and Harpic Power Orange. Dettol, in line with its 75-year celebrations, introduced its global variant, Dettol Fresh (in soaps and Liquid Handwash). All new products introduced since the beginning of the year, or products in test market are performing in line with our expectations. <br />Besides the new variants and a new product in the Indian market, Reckitt Benckiser, recently announced complete revitalisation of its corporate brand, with an aim to strengthen its identity. The new branding for the very first time introduced “RB” alongside Reckitt Benckiser, a move aimed at simplifying pronunciation of the company on an international basis. Creatively, the new brand is inspired by the high-speed, agility and colourful characteristics of a high-performance sport, kite. <br />In 2006, you bought Boots Healthcare and also added brands such as Clearasil and Strepsils to your portfolio. What did you gain out of it in terms of brand, marketing and production capability? <br />Strepsils is the global number one medicated sore throat brand and Clearasil, the global leader in anti-acne. Last year our major focus was on successful integration of these businesses and extracting the promised synergies while gradually preparing the business for growth—which we have been able to do. We are distributing and aggressively marketing both these brands in India. <br />You expect Dettol to cross the Rs 1,000-crore mark by the end of 2009 in the country. Do you foresee similar growth for other brands in India as well? <br />Dettol is one of Reckitt Benckiser India’s biggest brands. To reach the Rs 1,000-crore mark for any brand is a milestone and very few brands in India have that stature. As seen across segments, Reckitt Benckiser brands are either No 1 or No 2 in market share in all the segments it is present in. <br />With time and with market penetration/ growth, these brands will continue to build on their growth. <br />In 2008, you had announced that the company would double its turnover to Rs 2,500 crore by 2010. How close are you to that goal? <br />Globally, we are seeking 4% topline growth—which, as you would have seen from others targets—is very aggressive. Clearly, India will be much ahead of this as it is part of the fastest-growing businesses in the company. <br />How important is the Indian market for you? <br />India is part of the developing markets (DM). The DM business has delivered phenomenal growth of more than 12% over the past few years at the global level, with India one of the Top 3 DM countries. India is central to RB’s growth strategy, with hundreds of employees, six manufacturing facilities across the country, and a leading research and development centre. We work towards continuing his trend of double-digit growth. <br />What is the size of the household, health and personal care product market in India? <br />The total size of the household, health and personal care product market in the country is evaluated at approximately Rs 91,000 crore. The growth rate reported by the sector is of around 15.9%. Health and personal care is an important segment but segments such as home care and surface care are equally good revenue-earning areas for the company with Mortein, Cherry Blossom, Harpic and Lizol range of products. Even fabric care is turning out healthy numbers. So we are heading towards a more balanced portfolio of products in the years to come. <br />In your home care business, your brands have large market shares. Today, there are a lot more private labels that are also cheaper. Have you seen any erosion in market shares over the past two years? <br />Consumers look for brands they can trust to do the job when times are harder. Our brands are focused on delivering the solutions consumers want and they have a great reputation with them for doing that. We have grown our market share and we have not lost any to private label. <br />Can you share some of your ‘social’ initiatives? <br />We undertake such initiatives on a sustained basis. One such initiative is Dettol Surakshit Parivar Programme. Over the years we have contacted over 9 lakh new mothers across six metros; this year we are contacting 11 lakh new mothers in eight metros. Through this programme, new mothers are provided with a baby care booklet (in local languages) giving them essential tips to protect the new born from illness-causing germs and infections. <br />We also undertake a School Handwash Programme under which children are educated on the importance and procedure of complete handwash as washing hands regularly is the single most important thing that one can do to protect oneself from illness-causing germs. Through this programme over 3 lakh students have been contacted so far. This year over 5 lakh students will be contacted. During this programme, students with cent percent attendance are also awarded the “Dettol 100% Attendance Award”. <br />Through the “Hospital programme” Dettol reaches out to hospitals and conducts awareness programmes with nurses regarding different illness-causing bacteria/virus, and methods of ensuring a germ-free environment.<br />Dettol launches global variant in IndiaStay Protected, Stay Fresh with new Dettol FreshAnnouncement / Corporate February 24, 2009, 19:27 IST<br />Reckitt Benckiser, today announced the launch of its Dettol Fresh Range – with a great fresh fragrance and the promise of long lasting Freshness.<br />Keeping in mind the climatic conditions prevalent in India, Dettol Fresh Soap has been formulated using a perfect blend of ingredients to give relief from heat and sweat so that one stays fresh for long time.  Dettol Fresh Liquid Handwash gives a Fresh and clean feel during handwash. All this while retaining superior protection of Dettol whereby it provides 10 times better protection from germs as compared to ordinary soaps.<br /> Click here to visit SME Buzz  Also Read  News NowPaperSpecials -Markets flat in late-noon trades-ONGC submits viability report of 9 gas blocks to DGH-Lending rates likely to go up after Sept: ICICI Bank-Thermo King India inks distribution pact with TVS & Sons-I'll be happy with 8.5% plus growth: PranabMore   Also Read  News NowPaperSpecials -Irda to oppose move on 'super-regulator' -Japan Tobacco investment in India JV under scanner -New faces, roles for economic think tanks -HPCL exploration arm to get new half-owner -ITC reduces stake in Agro Tech Foods More Also Read  News NowPaperSpecials  -Q3 FY09 Results: Earnings Season-Saving Satyam: Govt gets into action -India-Pakistan Tensions: Fallout of Mumbai Terror Attack -Your Money: Where to invest-Market Crash: Global worries weigh -Time Out: Books, fashion, food, travel, sports, health...  More<br />Dettol Fresh range has been introduced in Bar soaps and Liquid handwash. The bar soaps are priced at Rs. 18/- and Rs. 29/- for 70gm and 120gm respectively. The liquid handwash will be available in three sizes - 250ml pump at Rs. 55/-, 185ml pouch at Rs. 30/- and 900ml refill pack at Rs. 135/- The pricing is at par with the existing portfolio of Dettol soaps and liquid handwash. <br />As part of an introductory offer, a discount of Rs. 2/- and Rs. 4/- is being offered on 70gm and 120gm soap bars respectively. This offer is valid during the month of February and March 2009.<br />Mr. Chander Mohan Sethi, Chairman & Managing Director, Reckitt Benckiser India said, “Dettol Fresh is a widely accepted global variant – and has been adopted by consumers willingly wherever it has been launched. The products have been developed keeping in mind the key consumer need of ‘Freshness’ when it comes to bathing as well as handwashing, while ensuring that, like all Dettol products, it gives the most superior protection to the family ”<br />An extensive consumer survey was conducted to determine the product acceptability amongst the target audience. The key findings pointed towards a strong appreciation and liking for the product due to the freshness that its new pleasant fragrance provides. Overall, the product was well appreciated across age groups for its fragrance, skin feel,, and pleasant yellow colour.<br />“The consumer survey confirmed our belief and further established the acceptability for Dettol Fresh. We are extremely confident of the product’s success in the Indian market. A focused campaign offering a mix of print, television advertising, outdoor media, and in-store promotion has been planned to support the product”, Mr. Sethi further added.<br />The new television commercial, developed by __Euro RSCG___ will be unveiled in February, 2009.<br />About DettolDETTOL is a brand of Reckitt Benckiser and has stood for “trusted protection” in India since 1933. The brand is endorsed by the Indian Medical Association and has consistently been voted as one of India’s Most Trusted Brands (ORG Marg Brand Equity Survey).<br />About Reckitt BenckiserReckitt Benckiser (India) Limited, formerly known as Reckitt & Colman (India) Ltd is one of the fastest growing consumer goods companies in South Asia. In India, it has many brands namely - Dettol, Harpic, Mortein, Lizol, Cherry Blossom, Vanish, Easy Off Bang, Veet, Colin, Disprin, Strepsils, Clearasil and others. It has major presence in home and personal care, surface care, fabric care, pest control and healthcare. The Company has operations in 60 countries, sales in 180 and employs 22,000 people around the world. Globally Reckitt Benckiser plc is headquartered in Slough just outside London, UK and is listed on the London Stock Exchange. For more information visit:<br />