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As part of their growing export sales ventures, Spectra will be exhibiting again at Cosmetic Business Munich next month.

Following last year's hugely successful return after a three-year break, Spectra is gearing up for what looks set to be another busy show at the Munich MOC.

Regarded as one of the largest cosmetics industry trade shows in Europe, CosmeticBusiness provides the perfect opportunity for cosmetics companies and suppliers to meet, develop new ideas, exchange experiences and foster new contacts, as Gary Allard, Export Sales Manager at Spectra went on to reiterate.

He said, "At last year's event we saw significant numbers of visitors to our stand and reached out to new contacts while re-engaging with existing customers. This important exhibition enables us to take advantage of our ongoing growth in the German personal care market".

Spectra's stand will again focus on the key areas for their business, namely innovation and environmental initiatives and offerings.

Amongst the new offerings to be premiered in Germany are Spectra's latest range of distinctive oval packs, all designed to accommodate the firms innovative oval flip-top closure (Ref: 3030). The company will also be showing a new double wall flip-top closure (Ref: 3038), which bolsters the company's existing cap ranges.

Spectra will also take advantage of a continuing desire for sustainability within the German market. Focusing on its environmental endeavours, Spectra will be showcasing a dedicated table display explaining their Four Step Sustainability Commitment.

The four steps highlight the Spectra's ongoing commitment to minimising its manufacturing impact, ensuring responsible waste management, recycling endeavours and environmental product advances.

Gary went on to say, "Innovation and sustainability are key drivers for Spectra and continue to be the bedrock of our business. Although we are always looking at new and exciting ways to add value for our customers, it is equally important we do this in the most responsible way as possible. The German market almost certainly buys into this ethos making it an ideal fit for Spectra".

CosmeticBusiness is held at MOC, Lilienthalallee 40, 80939 Munich on Wednesday 5th and Thursday 6th June. Spectra can be located on stand E07 in hall 4.