“We performed very well in the quarter in a challenging operating environment. Our teams have demonstrated tremendous resiliency, continuously adapting to changing market conditions, maintaining a keen focus on health and safety and decisively taking actions to serve our customers in the face of unprecedented conditions,” says John D. Williams, president and chief executive officer. “We benefited from further market recovery and we made good progress with some of our strategic initiatives.”
In the Personal Care segment, sales were $243 million in the quarter, up from $219 million during the same quarter of 2019.
Williams adds, “In Personal Care, we had a strong cost performance in the quarter. We continue to execute well against our objectives, both commercially and operationally, which has contributed to our strong year-to-date performance.”