List of Members
- Malaysian Cosmetic and Toiletries Industry Group
- Chamber of Cosmetics Industry of the Philippines, Inc
- The Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrance Association of Singapore
- The Thai Cosmetics Manufacturers Association
ASEAN Cosmetics Association
Chair Person of the Board of Trustees
|Juanita Aditiawan Perkosmi
VP External Affairs
|Le Chau Giang
|Jessica Plana CCIP
VP Internal Affairs
|Dr. Preecha-korn Suvanaphen
|Bhashkar Mukerji CTFAS, Dewi Rijah Sari Perkosmi
Deputy Vice President – Scientific and Technical Affairs
|Tutut Wijayanti Perkosmi
Deputy Vice President – External Affairs
Board Secretary of the Board
|Wimolsiri Punjatanasak TCMA
Deputy Vice President – Internal Affairs
|Dr. Alain Khaiat CTFAS
VP SCIENTIFIC & Technical Affairs
To be a mean by which cosmetic companies are to support the development of the cosmetics business in Indonesia
- To Combine the skills of the cosmetics business and industry in evaluating and taking steps with regard to science and Technology, economy, finance, consumers and the environment.
- To be a partner of the government in preparing and applying regulation and relation to the cosmetics business.
- To help the association’s members to understand and abide by the rules and regulations in the field of cosmetics
- To represent cosmetic companies Indonesia, particularly in complying with the harmonization of cosmetic rules and regulations in ASEAN as well as in relation to other regional and international organizations and other business / industrial association.
- Fostering and intensifying regional as well as global trade by applying the harmonization’s and regulation and removing obstacles in line with the free market economy.
Office Bearers and Executive Committee of FMM-MCTIG
for Ensuing Two Years (2016/2017 and 2017/2018)
The Malaysian Cosmetics and Toiletries Industry Group (MCTIG), operating under the aegis of the Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers (FMM), was established on February 23, 1989 to articulate the interest of the industry. Serving as a channel for feedback from the industry to the government and vice-versa, the Group had been making appropriate recommendations to the government on policies and issues which affect the industry as a whole.
The main objectives of FMM MCTIG are as follows:
- To promote co-operation among the industry in Malaysia.
- To promote the development of the cosmetic industry in Malaysia by formulating appropriate recommendations on industrial, economic and fiscal policies, incentives, market protections and other measures.
- To serve as a channel of communication between the cosmetic and toiletries industry and the Government on matters of particular concern and interest to the industry.
- To collect and disseminate statistical data and other information pertaining to the industry so as to promote the welfare of the industry.
- To promote the interest of the industry in the ASEAN context, through active participation in the activities of the ASEAN Cosmetic Association as well as in the industrialised and developing countries.
|Mrs. Lee Pang
Board of Trustees Chair person
Bodibasixs Manufacturing Sdn Bhd
|Ms Chong Song Haw
AF Manufacturing Services Sdn Bhd
|Pn Intan Shuhada Yunus
Unilever (M) Holdings Sdn Bhd
|Mr. Lim You Goang
Best Cosmetics Laboratories Sdn Bhd
|Mr Ng Peng Chiang
Colgate-Palmolive (M) Sdn Bhd
|Ms Daphne Mah
Coscolab Sdn Bhd
|Ms Lee Hoe Fen
Intermed Sdn Bhd
|Ms Yong Lee Ming
Lam Soon Edible Oils Sdn Bhd
|Ms Lilywati Arshad
L’OREAL Malaysia Sdn Bhd
|Mr Lau Zhi Sung
OWI Lab (M) Sdn Bhd
|Datin Noor Aizah Mohd Shazili
Wipro Manufacturing Services Sdn Bhd
|Ms Suzirawati Ibrahim
SKCC Laboratories Sdn Bhd
|Ms Yip Siow Hui
Citychemo Manufacturing Sdn Bhd
Through our cooperation, we shall propel the Philippine cosmetics industry to become the pivotal force in the country’s economic growth and development.
The Chamber of Cosmetics Industry of the Philippines (CCIP) will distinguish itself as a strong and solid union of consumer-oriented, globally competitive, and socially responsible cosmetics companies
The Purpose of the Chamber are as follows:
- To foster closer relations, understanding, and cooperation among cosmetic and other allied or related companies, by unifying them into one strong and solid union;
- To serve as the forum of development of a consensus on matters affecting the cosmetic industry;
- To serve as the single voice of the entire cosmetic industry in all its dealings with the government and concerned private sectors;
- To represent the cosmetic industry in all for a at the local, national, regional, and international levels; and
- To establish and maintain linkages with global organizations representing the cosmetic industry.
Room 306, Parc 15th Avenue Condomium, 226 15th Avenue, Barangay San Roque, Cubao, Quezon City, Philippines 1109
Direct Line: ( 632) 353-8458 || Telefax: ( 632) 743-3897 || Mobile/Viber No. 0916-7318850 || Skype Name: CCIP Secretariat
CCIP Officers for the year 2017
|Silliman S. Sy
|Emilio L. Virtudes
Executive Vice President – Internal Affairs
|Celia L. Ong
Executive Vice President – External Affairs
|Robert A. Dela Victoria
|Carmencita D. Abelardo
|Leah L. Sy
|Internal Affairs Committee|
|Jocelyn S. Babaan
VP – SPORTS & RECREATION
|Jacqueline O. Lim
VP – STRATEGY & SPECIAL PROJECT COMMITTEE
|Monina Leslie P. Ferrer
VP – PROGRAMS
|Sandra E. Bucao
VP – WAYS & MEANS
|Edwina R. Villarosa
VP – MEMBERSHIP & MEMBER’S WELFARE
|Jon B. Rueca
VP – PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT & EDUCATION COMMITTEE
|External Affairs Committee|
|Geraldine A. Estacio
VP – REGULATORY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE
|Rolando C. Lagman, Jr.
VP – INDUSTRY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE
|Linda L. Yu
VP – INFORMATION, PUBLICATION AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS
|Michael B. Hortaleza
VP – LIVELIHOOD AND OUTREACH PROGRAM COMMITTEE
The Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrance Association of Singapore
The Cosmetic, Toiletries and Fragrance Association of Singapore (CTFAS), was founded in October 1991. It is modeled after the CTFA of the United States.
Introduction to CTFAS
The Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrance Association of Singapore or CTFAS in short, was registered as an association of companies under the Registrar of Societies in October 1990. The present President of CTFAS is Dr. Alain Khaiat, from Johnson & Johnson
Right from the beginning, CTFAS has worked consistently to help its members upgrade to the ever-changing environment of technical innovation, market trends and regulations, through the activities it has organized for its members, as well as the industry at large.
To be the leading association in Singapore in the promotion and adoption of high standards of manufacturing practice and quality assurance for cosmetic, toiletry and fragrance products, packaging, raw material and services.
It has organized so far 5 workshops, usually lasting 3 days, and consisting of both seminar and hands-on laboratory sessions. Through these workshops, participants keep abreast of the latest in ingredients and formulations. They are usually very well-attended, some attracting over 100 participants from Asia, Europe, Australia and the United States. The next workshop, the sixth in the series, is scheduled in October 2006.
The association organizes 2-3 tea meetings per year. Topics covered include topics covering Market Trends, like: Overview of the Asia Market Growth in the Cosmetics & Skincare Industry/ Euromonitor, and Understanding New Product Success/ AC Nielsen.
To encourage a sense of togetherness amongst its present 50-over member companies, it organizes an annual dinner every year, revolved around a different theme each time. Besides, mixing with members of the industry, we also invite guests from the educational institutions, members of the Asean Cosmetic Committee as well as members of the Asean Cosmetic Scientific Body. The next Dinner & Dance, in February 2006 will feature “Salsa Night”.
This was reinstituted after a long absence, to broaden our outlook, and perhaps pick up some pointers that can be applied to our work. In 2005, the following places were visited:
Croda Singapore Pte Ltd, a maker of cosmetic ingredients on Jurong Island (Incidentally, Croda Singapore Pte Ltd is our member), Institut D’Expertise Clinique (doing safety evaluations), H S A Testing Lab on cosmetics, G & U Asia Pacific Logistics, and Poh Tiong Choon Logistics, (the latter two companies specialize in the handling, storing and blending of hazardous and non-hazardous chemicals)
It is conducted in two levels
- On the Asean level, CTFAS is a founder member of the Asean Cosmetic Association, Inc., (ACA) based in Manila. The present President is Ms Ketmanee Lertkitcha, from the Thai Cosmetic Manufacturers Association. . ACA has since 1998 participated in the joint industry-government initiative to promote harmonization of cosmetic regulations, that result in the formation of the Asean Cosmetic Committee in 2003. Training and harmonization activities have picked steam in the last two years. ACA also participated in another body, called the Asean Cosmetic Scientific Body, which is in charge of harmonizing the existing ingredients used in the Asean countries, based only on scientific basis. The aim is to facilitate the formation of the Asean Common Market hopefully by 2010.
- On the local level, CTFAS has worked with H S A to help and guide members to adopt the Asean commonly adopted Asean Cosmetic Directive. It has held dialogue sessions, and organize activities like this workshop.
Overseas Study Tours
We had organized overseas study tours before. Amongst the factories we had visited were Shiseido Lipstick (near Yokohama) plant (1992), Suzhou Industrial Park/ Shanghai Household Products factory (1994). If there is sufficient member response, eligibility of official subsidies, and volunteers to spearhead the project, we can also look into re-commencing this activity.
Previously, CTFAS communicates to its members through newsletters. However, since the year 2002, we have instituted a website : www.ctfas.sg to broadcast our activities. It has links to www.aseancosmetics.org. and www.hsa.gov.sg
In order for the association to continue to play a pro-active role to upgrade the cosmetic, toiletry and fragrance industry as well as to provide constructive feedback, we encourage like-minded companies to join the CTFAS. Singapore companies join as Ordinary Members while Foreign incorporated companies join as Associate Members. Membership Forms are downloadable from www.ctfas.sg
Management Committee of CTFAS for the term 2013-2015
|Le Chau Guiang
Vice President – External Affairs
|TJO Kwe Sung
Vice President – Internal Affairs
|Ng Ling Ching
|Bob Tor||Cai Ya||Chan Chung Hou|
|Doris Hii||Eeme Datu||Gina Cheong|
|Joyce Choon||Kimberley Liu||Lim Boon Hwa|
|Marty Lumain||Michael Wong||Ooi Sok Koon|
|Samantha Lee||Susan Neo|
Thai Cosmetic Manufacturers Association has its history dated back to 1965 when a group of six men who recognised the importance of Cosmetic business in Thailand decided to set up the Association.
Today, TCMA has grown to become the biggest Cosmetic Association in Thailand and ASEAN with over four hundred members. Our members are engaged in the business cosmetic manufacture, importers, distributors and retailers of cosmetic products as well as the suppliers of cosmetic ingredients and packaging materials.
TCMA is also a founding member of the ASEAN Cosmetics Association. Our mission is to help to develop and maintain a sustainable and trusted cosmetic industry in Thailand. We proactively partnering with the Cosmetic Division of Thai FDA to create an environment to protect consumers and provide favorable conditions for Thai cosmetic industry to grow.
For more information visit us at http://www.thaicosmetic.org/
|Ms Ketmanee Lertkitcha
|Dr Preecha-korn Suvanaphen
Vice President – External Affairs
|Mr Niphon Phaonimmongkol
Vice President – Internal Affairs
|Ms Anop Aranyik
Vice President – Commercial Affairs
|Ms Saijai Promdaevej
Vice President – Scientific Affairs
|Mr Chanachai Vanaprasert
Vice President – Memberships
|Mrs Wimolsiri Punjatanasak