Aerosol & Cosmetics Works is thriving at 25

An image of the front cover of corporate profile produced for The Aerosol & Cosmetics WorksThe Aerosol & Cosmetics Works is celebrating its 25th anniversary in September 2017. Thanks to a bold vision and can-do attitude, this business has evolved into a large manufacturing concern producing world-class products for local and international customers.

As an entrepreneur and businessman, Terence Fillies, MD of The Aerosol & Cosmetics Works has always had the vision to grow the company into a well-known cosmetics and toiletries contract manufacturing company in the Western Cape.

Today, it specialises in producing private label products with a lot of its growth being attributed to securing listings with Clicks, Dis-Chem, Ackermans, Jet and Edgars. It also manufactures on behalf of various direct selling companies and many smaller skin care and cosmetics brands, which are key customers and equally important to the success of the business.

Celebrating with the industry

To commemorate this momentous milestone of The Aerosol & Cosmetic Works, Pharmaceutical & Cosmetic Review has produced a 25th anniversary corporate profile for the company.

The profile covers various aspects of the business, from its first days in production, how company has expanded and the launch of its semi-automated talcum powder facility to its focus on community and its most valuable assets – its employees.

The Aerosol & Cosmetic Works’ ongoing commitment to CANSA and its annual Shavathon event is also revealed in the profile.

Passionate about manufacturing

The Aerosol & Cosmetics Works was established in 1991. The company is located in Bofor Circle, Epping 2, in Cape Town where it produces high-quality, cutting-edge products at competitive prices.

While the business has changed over the past 25 years to keep up with market demand, The Aerosol & Cosmetics Works’ focus on service excellence, customer confidentiality and community development has remained the same. As a result, the company is perfectly positioned to enjoy the next 25 years in personal care and cosmetics manufacturing.



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