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Nonprescription Drugs USA

 
Base year: 2013
Data Released March 2014
Report Published July 2014
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Base year: 2014
Data to be Released 1st qtr. 2015
Report to be Published 2nd qtr. 2015
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  • Description
  • Regional Coverage: United States
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    DESCRIPTION

    A comprehensive analysis of the U.S. nonprescription drugs industry, focusing on key trends, developments, challenges, business opportunities, and new product activity, and offers insights and information on the following:

    • Industry trends
    • Market size and performance
    • Brand sales and share
    • Company sales and share
    • New product activity
    • Retail distribution
    • Regulatory developments
    • Rx-to-OTC switch forecasts
    • Five-year historical sales
    • Five-year sales forecasts

    Features user-friendly database that is fully searchable and exportable that contains sales data, growth, share, and forecasts for hundreds of brands and companies across 31 categories.

  • Contents
  • Introduction

    Executive Summary
    An executive briefing covering developments in 2014, the impact of key trends and issues in the nonprescription drug business, and their future implications for industry participants. Includes analysis of retail distribution, private label activity, and Kline’s FutureView forecasting scenarios and sales forecast through 2019.

    Products
    Pertinent information plus insightful analysis of approximately 31 major categories, including category trends and developments; manufacturers’ sales for 2013 and 2014, sales and market shares for leading brands, new product activity, sales by retail channel, private-label sales, marketing activity including traceable media expenditures, and outlook to 2019. The product categories covered are shown in Table 1. Major Companies
    Profiles for 12 major companies, including company activities; sales by product category and major brands in 2013 and 2014; recent developments including acquisitions, divestitures, and new products; corporate overview; and an outlook to 2019. The major companies covered are shown in Table 2.

    Minor Companies
    Brief profiles of approximately 50 smaller OTC marketers, including corporate sales and profits, nonprescription drug sales for 2013 and 2014, recent developments including acquisitions, divestitures, new product activity, product portfolios, and traceable media expenditures for 2013.

    * Subject to charter subscriber input

    Table 1: Product Categories Profiled

    Digestive Products

    Upper Respiratory Products

    • Antacids and antigas products
    • Antidiarrheal preparations
    • Antinausea preparations
    • Laxatives

    • Allergy and asthma relief products
    • Cold and sinus medications
    • Cough drops and sore throat remedies
    • Cough syrups
    • Nasal and topical decongestants

    Feminine Products

    Other Products

    • Contraceptive products
    • Feminine remedies
    • Personal lubricants

    • Home diagnostic test kits
    • Overactive bladder medications
    • Sleeping aids
    • Smoking cessation aids
    • Weight loss medications

    Internal Analgesics

     

    • General pain relievers
    • Other internal analgesics

    Nutritional Products

    • Herbal products
    • Vitamins and minerals

    Topical Products

    • Anti-itch products
    • Corn, callus, and wart removers
    • Diaper rash products
    • Eye care products
    • First aid products
    • Fungicidal preparations
    • Hair regrowth treatments
    • Hemorrhoidal preparations
    • Oral care products
    • Topical analgesics



    Table 2: Major Companies Profiled
    Bayer Group (includes Merck)
    Boehringer-Ingelheim
    Carlyle Group
    Church & Dwight
    GlaxoSmithKline (includes Novartis)
    Johnson & Johnson
    Perrigo
    Pfizer
    Prestige Brands
    (includes Insight Pharmaceuticals)
    Procter & Gamble
    Reckitt Benckiser
    Sanofi
  • Scope
  • Nonprescription Drugs USA is an extensive industry resource used widely by marketing executives and other industry participants for competitive analysis, market investigation for new products, acquisition screening, and business planning. This report focuses solely on nonprescription drugs sold through domestic consumer outlets, including those marketed via drug stores, food stores, and mass merchandisers, in addition to nontraditional outlets such as health food stores, convenience stores, warehouse clubs, dollar stores, mail order, and the Internet. Market data refer exclusively to sales through these outlets. Direct and mail order sales are included, but sales to institutions such as hospitals and nursing homes and exports are excluded.

    For more than 50 years, the study has proven to be the most authoritative and comprehensive annual source of information on the nonprescription drug industry. It contains industry trends and market size data for 31 product categories. In addition, market share and brand sales information are reported. The study profiles leading major companies. Included in the report is an analysis of regulatory developments, retail distribution, and private-label

  • Key Benefits
  • Subscribers to Nonprescription Drugs USA are afforded the following benefits:

    • Access to the most comprehensive and authoritative independent source of information and insights on the U.S. nonprescription drugs industry
    • Access to accurate sales data through all outlets based on primary research with knowledgeable industry participants
    • Invitation to participate in Kline’s annual web conference with access to Kline’s analysts and an in-depth presentation about market performance and industry trends
    • A tool to learn about categories or brands that could be potential new entry/acquisition opportunities
    • Access to periodic podcasts on timely topics from Kline’s industry experts
    • A source of valuable competitive information and intelligence
    • Understand industry trends that may impact your categories and/or brands
    • Learn about expected future Rx-to-OTC switches and their expected impacts on existing OTC categories
    • Depth of knowledge with historical sales and trend information, as well as five-year sales forecasts
    • Assessment of new product activity in each category
    • Access to Kline’s searchable, exportable database with sales data on hundreds of brands and companies across 31 categories
  • Methodology
  • Kline’s approach places the principal emphasis on primary research techniques to ensure that the foundation of business intelligence and insight is accurate, current, and reliable. Building on our 50-plus years in the business and leveraging our worldwide network of offices, our teams of seasoned professionals draw upon pragmatic industrial and commercial experience to understand and interpret global impacts and local perspectives.

    Primary Research
    We Know Who to Talk to. We Know How to Listen.

    A high number of in-depth discussions are conducted by each analyst. Up to 60% of interviews are done with the true industry insiders!

    Kline’s analysts draw upon pragmatic experience to understand global impacts and local perspectives. Our interviews engage experts across all pertinent fields and sectors including:

    • Marketers/manufacturers
    • Government agencies
    • Retailers
    • Trade organizations

    Secondary Research
    We Know Where to Look – Mining the Details.

    Analysis is further supplemented by secondary research, consisting of constant tracking of annual company reports, national statistics bureaux, trade/ industrial/professional associations and the like.

    Relevant developments are diligently followed and their impact closely monitored. Reports also draw upon non-confidential data from Kline’s internal database, consisting of over half a century’s syndicated research.


    Comprehensive Market Intelligence
    We Know How to Verify.

    Data are rigorously analyzed, cross-checked, distilled and validated. Kline’s proven methodology allows exceptionally effective, precise and reliable market intelligence procurement and assessment, giving subscribers a solid foundation on which to grow, refine and expand their business with confidence.

    Kline Credentials

    Kline is a leading global management consulting and market research firm offering the complete spectrum of services. The firm has served the management consulting and market research needs of organizations in the chemicals, materials, energy, life sciences, and consumer products industries for over 50 years.

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