Shiseido Heralds Partnership To Build Circular Economy For Cosmetics Packaging
Tokyo-based Shiseido Company Ltd. has joined with two Japanese plastics manufacturers to create a circular economy for cosmetics packaging that they will invite other cosmetic firms to join.
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