PASCAL INTERNATIONAL (CEO Tae-woo Kim) participated in 2021 K-Chemicals Cyber Exhibition.
PASCAL INTERNATIONAL, which started their cosmetics and beauty business in 2015, imports beauty products from Japanese and Chinese companies, and distributes them in the domestic market together with their partners.
Also, in 2016, the company signed a contract with a Polish cosmetics distributor to export mask packs and skin care cosmetics. In 2017, it was in contact with British and American companies to export skin care ampoules and mask packs. In the same year, they continued working with British and American companies and started OEM/ODM production and export of skin care ampoules and mask packs with Polish and British companies eventually in 2018. In 2019, the company developed a natural skin care brand ‘We Sell Hope’.
PASCAL INTERNATIONAL has been recognized for the excellent quality of their products. The company is currently supplying products to Hyundai Department Store and Incheon Airport Duty Free Shops and is also selling premium skin care products at Place Hotel, Blue Square, and Happy Department Store.
In particular, the company’s products have strong points such as △environmentally sustainable products, △use of natural ingredients that are good for skin, △use of plant-based ingredients, and △use of high-ingredient active ingredients.
Meanwhile, the 2021 K-Chemicals Cyber Exhibition, an online exhibition in the field of
chemistry, opened in March and is always in operation, and currently has 270 chemical-related companies. It supports overseas marketing of domestic companies in a contact-free manner and boasts the largest scale in Korea where you can see various product information of industrial chemicals (paint, adhesive, surfactant, MDI, Polybutene, polyol, catalyst, foaming agent, additives, pipes, living plastics, additives, etc.) and cosmetics (sunblock, lotion, shampoo, face masks, etc.).
The chemical industry is closely linked to major industries such as electronics and automobiles and is especially at the center of the global issue of carbon neutrality. In line with this, the Korea Precision Chemical Industry Promotion Association (KSCIA), the organizer, is helping domestic chemical companies advance overseas through various supportsuch as export, research and analysis, technical standards, HDR support, and international agreements. Based on companies entering online permanent exhibition halls in the chemical sector, it has accumulated more than $136 million in 2021 as of the third quarter and is holding online export consultations with KOTRA in addition to entering the online permanent exhibition hall.