PCPC Leads Off Annual Meeting With Coronavirus Remarks: “A Significant New World Overnight”
Coronavirus was a factor in attendance of the Personal Care Products Council’s 2020 annual meeting in Palm Beach, FL. Opening the conference on 2 March, chairman George Calvert, chief supply chain officer at Amway, discussed with CEO Lezlee Westine the epidemic’s ongoing impact on supply networks and global cosmetics business.
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