Boston, MA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 07/17/2014 -- Sales of home insecticides are heavily dependent on seasonal fluctuations and weather conditions. In 2013, the long and warm summer supported sales growth as weather conditions resulted in a higher insect population. This meant that all categories of home insecticides witnessed higher demand. Unit prices continued to demonstrate a downward tendency in 2013 as a result of fierce pressure from private label and between branded manufacturers.
SC Johnson remained the leading branded player, reaching a retail value share of 17% after strong sales growth in 2013. The company is present in the Swiss market with its well-known Baygon brand, which is distributed through a selective network of specialist retailers and parapharmacies/drugstores. SC Johnson benefited more from the positive performance of home insecticides than its competitors in 2013 due to the fact that its Baygon range is widely trusted as an efficient method against insects by Swiss consumers.
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Home insecticides faces fairly good growth prospects as Swiss consumers are expected to increasingly be bothered by the presence of insects in the home. However, the lack of product innovation within home insecticides is predicted to limit sales growth, particularly in view of rising health concerns, which may lead to a more reluctant consumer attitude towards home insecticides. Overall, sales of home insecticides are expected to post a 1% constant value CAGR in terms of 2013 prices over the forecast period.
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