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January 25, 2022, 07:03


Photo by D. Grishkin. Press Service of the Mayor and the Government of Moscow

Since 2021, cosmetic products from Moscow have been sent to Switzerland, Morocco, the Dominican Republic and Costa Rica.

For 10 months of 2021, Moscow supplied $357 million worth of cosmetic products abroad. This is 27.7 percent more than the same period in 2020 and 12.3 percent more than in 2019.

“Moscow is the main exporter of cosmetic products in the country, accounting for 45.2 percent of all Russian supplies, while in 2020 its share was 39.4 percent. According to the results of January-October 2021, Moscow manufacturers supplied cosmetic products worth $357 million, which is almost 30 percent more than in the same period of 2020,” said Deputy Moscow Mayor for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations

Vladimir Efimov.

He noted that in 2019, for 10 months, manufacturers exported their products to 86 countries, in 2020 – to 90 countries, and in 2021 – to 94 countries. Most cosmetics are transported to Belarus, which purchased cosmetics worth $86.4 million. Kazakhstan purchased goods worth $82.6 million, Uzbekistan – $30.7 million, Azerbaijan – almost $21 million, Georgia – $15.3 million. They account for 66.1 percent of Moscow cosmetics exports.

“Compared to 2020, capital exporters have discovered new countries for supplies. For example, for the first time, cosmetic products from Moscow went to Switzerland for a total of 560.2 thousand dollars, Morocco – for 210.8 thousand dollars, the Dominican Republic – for 52.4 thousand dollars, and Costa Rica – for almost 50.6 thousand dollars. . In general, in 2021, the capital increased the export of all categories of cosmetic products,” said the head

Department of investment and industrial policy of Moscow Alexander Prokhorov.

Perfumery takes a special place. The capital’s manufacturers supplied products worth $45.5 million to foreign markets, which is almost 55 percent more than in the same period last year. Exports of makeup and skin care products increased by almost 40 percent to $109.5 million. The supply of essential oils brought in almost $1.6 million. This is 38.3 percent more than in the same period of 2020. Shaving products, bath products, deodorants and fresheners sold nearly $44 million, up 22.2 percent.

How Mosprom and the Moscow Export Center help exports

Centre “Mosprom”actively supports Moscow manufacturers. Thanks to him, they can participate in international exhibitions, business missions in other countries. The center organizes a specialized educational program aimed at developing professional skills and competencies, selects buyers, organizes technological tours to the capital’s production facilities.

The Mosprom Center studies in detail the advantages of the capital’s products in order to select the right contractors and carry out the necessary pre-sales activities. Its employees conduct preliminary negotiations with buyers, check their interest. Last year, with their help, 127 capital companies participated in 14 business missions and 10 international exhibitions in industrial and agro-industrial areas. As part of these events, more than 1.6 thousand b2b meetings were held. Buyer events have taken place in Latin America, Europe, East Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

In addition, the capital’s manufacturers of cosmetic products in overseas markets are supported Moscow export center. He also helps to participate in business missions and foreign exhibitions, to finance acceleration programs. The WEC supports online export on more than 90 platforms, places goods in duty free, conducts consultations, webinars and conferences, selects buyers, and is engaged in pilot support programs (international retail networks).

Thanks to the center, capital companies can sell goods on foreign electronic platforms. For example, in 2021, the company signed a contract for the supply of children’s cosmetics with partners from Armenia and Germany. Currently, placement and promotion programs are available for cosmetic companies on the Chinese marketplaces Epinduo and Taobao, as well as on the German platform Kaufland.

Last year, 10 cosmetics manufacturers were selected to host the Russian Commodities Pavillion in the Chinese city of Chengdu. Several more manufacturers presented their products for free in the duty free of Sheremetyevo Airport. Moscow companies involved in the cosmetics sector participated in business missions with partners from France, China, Israel, Hungary, the United Arab Emirates, the CIS countries and other countries. They also had an online business mission as part of the Intercharm Korea exhibition. The entire business component of the events, including the organization of negotiations and the services of interpreters, was paid for by the IEC.

In addition, producers can form an export strategy by participating in acceleration programs, where the IEC co-finances up to 90 percent of the cost of participation. Such projects were carried out together with the Moscow School of Management Skolkovo, GenerationS, GVA and other specialized organizations. After that, many companies found partners abroad. Thus, one of the graduates of the Exporters 2.0 program began selling cosmetics in Turkmenistan, Vietnam and Uzbekistan.

Cosmetic products are also supplied abroad by the Moscow Region, the Stavropol Territory, St. Petersburg and the Nizhny Novgorod Region.

More information about the economic policy and property and land relations of Moscow can be found at site.

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