Consumer Products

From brand perception to supply chain efficiency—not to mention pricing, product innovation and, of course, assessing customer needs and behaviors—consumer products companies confront a long list of things they must get right. Add retail consolidation, digitalization and the race to enter emerging markets, and the challenge intensifies. 


TPV is an internationally-renowned monitor and TV manufacturer. It has been listed on both the Hong Kong and Singapore stock exchanges since 1999.

TPV serves as an original design manufacturer for some of the best-known TV and PC brands and also distributes its own brands ‘‘AOC’’, ‘‘Envision’’ and licensed Philips monitors, TVs, mobile phones and tablets products in most regions worldwide.


AkzoNobel is experts in the craft of making paints and coatings, setting the standard in color and protection since 1792. The world class portfolio of brands – including Dulux, International, Sikkens, Coral (Brazil) and Interpon. Headquartered in the Netherlands, operating in over 80 countries and employing around 35,000 talented people.
Faber Castell
Faber-Castell is one of the world’s largest and oldest manufacturers of pens, pencils, other office supplies (e.g., staplers, slide rules, erasers, rulers)[1] and art supplies,[2] as well as high-end writing instruments and luxury leather goods. Headquartered in Stein, Germany, it operates 14 factories and 20 sales units throughout the globe. The Faber-Castell Group employs a staff of approximately 7,000 and does business in more than 100 countries.

Faber Cosmetics supplies products to cosmetics giants in Brazil, such as Natura, Avon and others.

In all, there are 474 subsidiaries and affiliates in the four corners of the planet, with 72 production units and 35 R & D centers. The entire operation takes place with the dedication of approximately 200 thousand employees around the world.
Louis Dreyfus Company B.V. (LDC) is a global merchant firm that is involved in agriculture, food processing, international shipping, and finance.

Louis Dreyfus Company is a leading merchant and processor of agricultural goods, leveraging its global reach.