Region: Malaysia
Category: Consumer Goods

Malaysia Consumer Goods

(557 reports matching your criteria)
  • Footwear in Malaysia

    ... high heels typically worn to work. Such footwear was least demanded in 2020 due to the working from home policies enacted between March and May 2020, under the Movement Control Order (MCO) and Conditional Movement ... Read More

  • Hosiery in Malaysia

    ... had minimal chances to wear shoes and therefore socks in 2020 under the movement restrictions. Furthermore, school closures also had a diminishing effect on demand as they again limited consumer opportunity to wear hosiery in ... Read More

  • Jeans in Malaysia

    ... athleisure trend offset to decline in demand for jeans. In 2020, consumers preferred to invest in apparel in line with the athleisure trend, meaning they could wear it both at home and for outings. As ... Read More

  • Apparel and Footwear in Malaysia

    ... MCO called for the complete closure of non-essential stores including department stores and shopping malls. During this time, only essential stores were allowed to operate, mostly those that sold food and beverages such as, supermarkets, ... Read More

  • Womenswear in Malaysia

    ... worn for going out is hit the hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic. For example, women’s suit experience diminished demand due to working from home habits. Likewise, women’s jumpers along with women’s jackets and coats experience ... Read More

  • Menswear in Malaysia

    ... men’s suits, jumpers as well as jackets and coats experienced diminished demand in 2020 due to these policies. On the other hand, more comfortable apparel ranges experienced a slower decline in demand. Men’s tops along ... Read More

  • Sportswear in Malaysia

    ... no sporting events were allowed in the country. The restrictions were imposed on all types of sports activities ranging from gyms, jogging as well as sports competitions. Gyms and workout studies were permitted to reopen ... Read More

  • Childrenswear in Malaysia

    ... their clothes. As a result, parents still need to purchase new childrenswear to replace existing clothing in 2020. Furthermore, due to school lockdowns and staying at home more because of the country lockdown, children require ... Read More

  • Apparel Accessories in Malaysia

    ... the spread of the pandemic in 2020. In Malaysia, the government restricted outings and also encouraged working from home policies in 2020, leading to shrinking demand for belts, ties and scarves. Euromonitor International's Apparel Accessories ... Read More

  • Paper Products in Malaysia (2020) – Market Sizes

    ... on sales for household use through all retail outlets including directly to consumer. Market size for Paper Products in Malaysia is given in MYR with a minimum of five years' historical data. Market Forecast is ... Read More

  • Laundry Care in Malaysia

    ... to increase in 2020, benefitting from increased consumer awareness surrounding the hygiene risks associated with COVID-19. In fact, consumers view laundry detergents as essential since the Health Ministry sent out daily reminders through text messages ... Read More

  • Polishes in Malaysia

    ... of the COVID-19 pandemic. In fact, instead of using polishes many lower income consumers simply use wet rags with multi-purpose cleaner solution to wipe furniture, rather than specialised polish. Similarly, many home goods in Malaysia ... Read More

  • Toilet Care in Malaysia

    ... 2020 due to lockdown restrictions and flexible working arrangements, the need to clean more arises, supporting the sales of toilet care. Due to growing hygiene awareness, toilet liquids/foam continues to grow in popularity, as consumers ... Read More

  • Home Insecticides in Malaysia

    ... spend more time at home and want to continue to do so in a safe manner. Some products such as in-home insect repellents and insecticide baits are set to suffer with lowered demand, but since ... Read More

  • Dishwashing in Malaysia

    ... which resulted in more eating and cooking at home. Furthermore, foodservice operators were only allowed to offer take-out during this time. So, the number of dishes to wash increased drastically during this time, supporting the ... Read More

  • Air Care in Malaysia

    ... do without such products during the pandemic period. Indeed, every air care product in Malaysia is set to post negative current retail value growth in 2020. Euromonitor International's Air Care in Malaysia market report offers ... Read More

  • Bleach in Malaysia

    ... residents that household bleach could be diluted and used to disinfect surfaces in the home. Due to its convincing cleansing functions, bleach is set to post much higher retail current value growth in 2020 than ... Read More

  • Surface Care in Malaysia

    ... current retail value growth in 2020. Home care disinfectants become especially appealing in times of pandemic as consumers are constantly worried about bacterial infection. As a result, consumers are increasingly looking for surface cleaners with ... Read More

  • Home Care in Malaysia

    ... of non-essential businesses, offices, schools, manufacturing activities etc. was mandated, and therefore had a restrictive effect on sales. However, since most home care sales go through grocery retailers, which fell under the essential categorisation, the ... Read More

  • Luxury Writing Instruments and Stationery in Malaysia

    ... and watch specialist retailers which are popular retailing options for luxury writing instruments and stationary were required to cease operations during this time restricting sales. Furthermore, working from offices becomes a rarity in 2020 as ... Read More

  • Designer Apparel and Footwear (Ready-To-Wear) in Malaysia

    ... consumer base for designer apparel and footwear (ready-to-wear) is international tourists, the drop in international tourist arrivals due to border closures lasting throughout 2020 significantly lowered demand for many brands. Furthermore, the country lockdown between ... Read More

  • Luxury Portable Consumer Electronics in Malaysia

    ... Movement Control Order (MCO) (which ended in May) to recover. Around one fifth of the demand for luxury portable consumer electronics in Malaysia is contributed to international travellers, where the MCO and border closures significantly ... Read More

  • Luxury Eyewear in Malaysia

    ... stores such as Sunglass Hut, Optical 88 and Focus Point were not in operation for almost two months since they were considered non-essential. Consumers could still get luxury eyewear from online stores, but deliveries experienced ... Read More

  • Luxury Jewellery in Malaysia

    ... 4 May 2020, non-essential stores were required to cease operations, including jewellery specialist retailers. Furthermore, the negative affect of COVID-19 on the job market in Malaysia, including high unemployment rates had an adverse effect on ... Read More

  • Premium and Luxury Cars in Malaysia

    ... of sales under the MCO. However, many analyses point to pent-up demand leading to a smoothening of April’s drastic decline once premium and luxury car sales began again. Furthermore, the government slashed Goods and Services ... Read More

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