Top 10 FMCG Companies in India 2017

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FMCG companies play a pivotal role in our daily lives. From tooth paste, soaps, daily use items etc FMCG companies have dominated the Indian market and are set to grow further. The FMCG industry has seen some big players but disruption by new players has also changed the Indian scenario. The top Indian FMCG companies include names like HUL, ITC, Nestle and new entrant Patanjali. Here is the list of the top 10 FMCG companies in India 2017 as per Revenue.

Quick Glance at Top FMCG Companies India 2017

1st place: HUL

2nd place: Patanjali

3rd place: ITC

4th place: Nestle

5th place: Godrej

6th place: Britannia

7th place: Dabur

8th place: Tata Global Beverages

9th place: Marico

10th place: Colgate Palmolive


FMCG India 2017 Ranking with Parameters(Revenue):


10. Colgate-Palmolive

The Colgate-Palmolive Company is an American consumer products firm founded in 1806 and headquartered in New York.

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It was incorporated in India in the year 1937 and is engaged in the personal care business including oral care. Today, it is the number one name in India in the oral care segment, and the products offered by the company in the oral care segment include toothpaste, toothbrushes, toothpowder, mouthwash and whitening products.

The company also manufacturers personal care products such as liquid hand wash, body wash, skin care, hare care and shaving products. Certain other products offered by the company include treatments for gingivitis, sensitivity, mouth ulcers and products such as fluoride therapy and specialty cleaning products.

The company focuses on the well-being of its customers and is committed towards making people smile. The marketing campaigns of the oral care segment are aimed to showcase the expertise of the company in terms of its products. The company is known for adapting quickly to changes in customer behavior and constantly innovates so as to offer best products to its customers. It does that with its technological expertise as well as investing in hiring the best talent from across the country for its technical as well as managerial roles. Colgate in association with Indian Dental Association aims at improving the oral health awareness and oral care across India on a mass scale. It does that through mechanisms such as exhibitions, lectures, demonstrations, training programs, etc.

Having been an undisputed champion in the oral care segment, it now faces a tough competition from Patanjali which has introduced herbal toothpastes and is eating away quite a bit of market share from Colgate. To counter this, Colgate has launched Cibaca Vedshakti, a herbal toothpaste aimed at the customers preferring a more natural product for oral care.

Revenue Rs (Cr): 4010



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