Fmcg Packaging In Brazil
We are looking for experts who can provide inputs in understanding the brazilian fmcg packaging industry. Our primary requirements are on knowing key market practices followed for material sourcing in the fmcg industry. Categories of interest: baby care, hair care and oral care products packaging products: non-breathable product films (backsheet films), laminated packaging products such as tubes, pouches, bags and labels (pressure-sensitive and glue-applied) specific queries – i. What is the possibility of an fmcg company involving in second level buying for their packaging products? Ex. Can fmcg products manufacturer buy resins/films on behalf of plastic converters? Ii. Would hedging packaging commodities protect the business from fx fluctuations? If so what type of hedging should be followed (full/partial hedging)? Apart from physical, supplier or financial hedging is there any other way to hedge packaging commodities? Iii. How to optimally use tax rebates to reduce import tax cost, export of finished product or raw materials? Can regimes like “green-yellow drawback scheme” benefit an fmcg company? Iv. Which fmcg companies operating out of brazil use such a model? What are the best practices followed by these companies with regards to second level buying, hedging or using drawback regimes? Kindly get in touch if you have expertise regarding the same.