Warner-Lambert Schick sales contribute to 11% consumer health care sales increase.
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
WARNER-LAMBERT SHAVING PRODUCTS SALES INCREASE 17% TO $719 MIL. worldwide in 1995, the firm reported Jan. 23. The Shaving Products Group, which includes the Schick and Wilkinson Sword brands, was among the "best performing" in W-L's Consumer Health Care segment, the firm said. W-L's wet-shave products include Tracor/FX, Silk Effects, Protector and Personal Touch razors and blades. Consumer Health Care sales overall rose 11% to $3.29 bil. during the year. Outside the U.S., sales were up 18% (15% at constant rates of exchange) and 4% in the U.S
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