Skip navigation

Global consumer and industrial products services

In order to offer an excellent client service through our network, Moores Rowland Global Consumer and Industry Team provide member firms' clients across the world with integrated services whether related to raw materials or the end consumer.

Global consumer and industrial products services

An introduction on Global Consumer & Industrial product services:

In order to offer an excellent client service through our network, Moores Rowland Global Consumer and Industry Team provide member firms’ clients across the world with integrated services whether related to raw materials or the end consumer. Our team provides knowledge of Global Consumer Business and Global Manufacturing professionals throughout our network.

Industrial Products, Consumer Products, Special products, Automotive, Chemicals, Retail, Wholesale & Distribution Travel, Hospitality & Services are part of the Global Consumer and industry products group specialties.

The effects of manufacturing on the global economy development continuous, whether it is related to infrastructure improvements, jobs opportunities, input on gross domestic income (GDP), where these industrial sectors reflect positively on the economy in general.

Global Luxury goods:

In order to offer an excellent client service through our network, Moores Rowland Global Luxury Goods Team provides member firms’ clients across the world with integrated services whether related to materials or the end consumer. Our team provides knowledge of Global Luxury Goods Business throughout our network.

In economics, a luxury good is an evitable merchandize (not a necessity) where demand is a matter of choice for certain caliber of people with high capabilities and exceptional desires. In principle luxury goods are unique and provide satisfaction to their possessor.

Ecosystem and Mobility future:

Business Ecosystem trend are highly affected by the transportation industrial progress since this industry is creating new business jobs.

Global Retailers’ performance:

The 19th annual Global Powers of Retailing identifies the 250 largest retailers around the world based on publicly available data for fiscal 2014 (encompassing companies’ fiscal years ended through June 2015), and analyzes their performance based on geographic region, product sector, e-commerce activity, and other factors. It also provides a look at the world’s 50 biggest e-retailers.

American chemistry growth in 2016:

American chemistry output increased in 2015 and in 2016. Growth is happening even in the face of some serious economic challenges: weakness in key export markets, a high dollar, ongoing balancing in the oil and gas sector, and a major slump in the domestic and global manufacturing sector. Compared to producers in other parts of the world, American chemical manufacturers are greatly advantaged with access to cheaper and more abundant feedstock and energy and, as a result, there has been significant capital investment in American chemistry.

Consumer Health & Wellness Report 2016:

The consumer global forum (CGF) survey for this year showed the progress being made by all CGF members and to demonstrate their commitment to being part of the solution to today’s leading health and wellness challenges. 

Results from the 2015 survey showed good progress in some key areas, at the same time more needs to be done to harness the consumer goods industry’s collective power. With a specific focus on the two Commitments ending this year, 2015 results showed:

Global Powers of Luxury Goods:

To be competitive, luxury brands must cope with a decade of changes guided by technology and consumer requests. The following is what emerged from the report.
The luxury goods market is going through a period of extreme change guided by technological innovation and the varying requests of increasingly demanding consumers: this is what emerged from “Global Powers of Luxury Goods.

Building partnerships for sustainable agriculture and food security:

The world economic forum issued its guide on “Building Partnerships for Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security: A Guide to Country-Led Action”. This guide has been developed in response to the growing demand for new models of multi stakeholder collaboration to achieve food security, sustainable development and other global goals outlined in the UN Sustainable Development Goals. It is based on the experience of the Forum’s New Vision for Agriculture (NVA) initiative, which has worked since 2010 to catalyze and support multi stakeholder partnerships that drive improvements in food security, environmental sustainability and economic opportunity at the national level.

Closing the digital divide:

As part of UN sustainable development goals (SDGs), world leaders have committed to strive for universal and affordable access to the Internet in least developed countries by 2020, and to ensure that women and men have equal access to basic services, including technology, by 2030.  These pledges have put the digital divide squarely on the international political agenda. Yet our research shows that on current trends, we’ll only reach the goal of universal access in 2042. The largest challenges are in Africa – where just one in five people are online today.

The talent imperative in the global chemical industry:

Many companies boast that people are their “most important asset.” But is this claim always true? Are people really more valuable than any other asset? A cursory survey of some of our biggest industries would suggest they are not.

For example, companies that sell packaged foods, cleaning products, and hygiene products may place greater value on their star brands than the brand managers who create or manage them. In the same way, an oil company’s reported reserves are likely its most prized asset, since without reserves even the most valued employees have little work to do.

The global chemical industry is no different. Depending on the business, the value of people is often trumped by other assets such as access to feedstock, proprietary manufacturing processes, patents, or new product pipelines.

Global aerospace and defense sector poised to resume growth:

The results of a study linking the performance of international joint ventures and alliances set up in the global aerospace industry to their strategic and organizational features. In a first stage, an empirically based taxonomy of the observed alliances is generated. Then, the economic performance of various types of alliances is evaluated on the basis of industry expert opinions, and the difference in performance of different alliance types is tested.


Interneting Everything

Moores Rowland World Congress 2017 on Interneting Everything

Moores Rowland is proud to sponsor the next World Congress 2017 on Interneting Everything. The Congress aims to bring industry leaders to brain storm and discuss how Internet can be used to assist our lives in all what we do, and how far are we are using it, and what benefits can we get from this. for more information visit


Oil and Gas services

Oil and Gas – Energy The oil and gas industry has been the focus of the international business arena as well as governments for the past three years, the recent roller coaster evidenced by t...

Read more
Information Technology

Information technology advisory and risk: Moores Rowland’s information technology professionals use cutting edge technology coupled with targeted industry know-how, to help clients enable ke...

Read more
Health care and life science

Health care and life science Moores Rowland Global health care and life science practice team routinely collaborates with an array of healthcare providers ranging from privately held medical ser...

Read more
Contact Us