Cosmo Films, one of the global leaders in films for packaging, labeling, lamination, and synthetic paper and an emerging player in specialty chemicals, polymers, and pet care recently announced its new brand identity, Cosmo First.
The strategic decision comes considering the company’s business activities have expanded beyond films into specialty chemicals (master-batches, coatings, and textile chemicals) and D2C Pet care. The rebranding reiterates the value of Cosmo and strengthens its focus to create a better life for the people, the world, and the community we live in, built on trust, empathy, and compassion. Cosmo First stands for a four-decade young Indian business conglomerate that thrives on innovation to unlock value in diverse sunrise sectors such as polymer, specialty chemicals, and D2C pet care.
Talking about the rebranding, Ashok Jaipuria, chairman and managing director, Cosmo First said, “Cosmo at its core has always been pioneering revolutionary innovations to create a better life. All through our journey, we have prided ourselves in our ability to provide industry-first niche solutions in the areas of packaging, lamination, and industrial and labeling applications. We have made inspiring diversifications into specialty chemicals, consumer care, and D2C retail, aiming to be a pioneer in these previously fragmented industries.”
“We would like to be the first choice for all our stakeholders and will strive hard to always stay ahead of the curve to provide industry-first solutions,” he added.
With its continued aspiration aims to steer high-growth businesses in India that are sustainable, scalable, and profitable, and deliver lasting value for all the stakeholders through innovation, excellence, collaboration, integrity, and customer-centricity.
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