OnTheList opened in Hong Kong almost four years ago to help brands shift excess and end-of-season stock. Riding on its success in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore, the company, founded by an enterprising French couple, opens for business in Shanghai later this year and cities across the GBA are very much on its radar. More
The U.S. Department of Energy has withdrawn the definitions of general service lamps and general service incandescent lamps established in two final rules issued on 19 January 2017. This action effectively narrows the list of lamps that will be subject to mandatory energy efficiency standards beginning on 1 January 2020. More
Hong Kong has a small cosmetics and toiletries manufacturing sector, with a number of companies producing mid-priced toiletries and perfumes under their own brands. Choi Fung Hong’s cosmetics and toiletries brands, such as Joseristine, are made in Hong Kong. More
It is estimated that the total value of China’s kitchen electrical appliance market exceeded RMB67.8 billion in 2018. Among the most in demand products were range hoods, water heaters, gas stoves and rice cookers. In addition to energy efficiency, ‘going smart’ is also an important development in the market. For example, artificial intelligence and big data are used to draw up nutritional diet plans for users based on an analysis of their daily life. More
As the health condition of most elders is generally good, senior consumption in China is gradually expanding from rehabilitation products to encompass all kinds of goods designed with a senior element. Beijing-based Huazheng introduced Taiwan’s popular brand Best Loving to the mainland market in 2018. The Chairman of the board of directors shared his views on the mainland senior market, as well as his experience in marketing the brand.
Hong Kong is well known as a paradise for gourmets and the gastronomic world is set for its annual assembly, when food industry players from across the globe converge on the city for the HKTDC Food Expo 2019. More
By a vote of 243-187, the U.S. House of Representatives on 10 July passed an amendment to the National Defense Authorisation Act to require the U.S. Department of Defense to purchase domestically-produced stainless steel flatware and dinnerware. More