A Brazilian company manufacturer of antiseptic liquid soap is looking for commercial partners and distributors interested in distributing its product in the EU market, but also worldwide.
A Brazilian manufacturer of antiseptic liquid soap with headquarters in Fortaleza, a coastline city in the Northeast of Brazil, is looking to sell its product to the EU market and other countries. The product is a liquid soap formulated specially to be used as antiseptic prior to minor surgeries and exams and as salve for minor injuries. It can be used in all parts of the body. The product can also be used by all customers, independent of their age or physical condition. It is available in 3 different fragrances: Traditional, Morocco Roses and Green Tea. The company is a family owned business operating in the Brazilian market for about 60 years. Until now the company concentrated its efforts to supply to the internal market ensuring high-end services and product. As part of a strategic growth plan the company is ready to expand its market abroad. To facilitate its access into the international market the company is looking to establish: - Distribution agreement in order to distribute its product to a large number of drugstores, department store, specialized stores and such; - Commercial agreement in order to sell its products to the foreign market.
Innovations and advantages
The product is manufactured following the GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices). The product is available in different packaging sizes (90ml , 200ml, 1L, 2L and 5L) and has three different fragrances (Traditional, Morocco Roses and Green tea)
Current stage of development
Product and brand are well known in the brazilian market (over 50 years).
03004011 Care, Hygiene, Beauty
Market application codes
07004008 Other consumer products
Intellectual property rights
Area of partner's activity
The Brazilian company is looking for importers, distributors, wholesalers specialized in hygiene products to work under a distribution agreements contract (i.e. commercial partners who will buy and sell products on their respective markets). The commercial partners should be well-introduced to the following points of sales: supermarkets, fair trade shops, spas, drugstores, hygiene products shops, etc…The commercial partners will have to implement the brand and to build up the products’ image on their respective markets and to introduce the products to the targeted points of sales. Ideally, the distributors must have a significant sales force and be able to support the marketing and promotion of the products on their respective markets: participation in trade fairs, promotional campaigns, demonstration...The distributor can also have a retail website in order to commercialize the products online.