The French cosmetics and perfume sector has reiterated its support for companies that work in the glass industry.
A total of 12 companies from the beauty sector have signed a declaration stating that, in order to help with the consequences of the pandemic, they want to give priority to French players in their supplies, and maintain the quality and scope of their cooperation with the French glass industry.
It said the glass industry was an essential part of its value chain and that the sector helped promote sustainable innovation.
The text was signed by the major players in the beauty market, which are all members of the Federation of Beauty Companies (FEBEA): Biologique Recherche, Chanel, Clarins, Coty, Guerlain, Hermès, Kenzo Parfums, Interparfums, L'Oréal, Parfums Christian Dior, Parfums Givenchy, Puig, Shiseido, Sisley, Sarbec and Sothys.
“By expressing its solidarity with the glass sector, the cosmetics sector is once again demonstrating its driving role in the preservation and development of an industrial fabric of excellence and the defense of ‘Made in France’,” said Patrick O'Quin, president of FEBEA