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Evgeni Plushenko and a delegation of the Japanese TBS television channel have visited R.O.C.S. factory 

26.12.2014

It is well-known that every visit of the Russian figure skater Evgeni Plushenko in Japan results in a most enthusiastic reception by the public. Crowds of fans and journalists escort their hero. This time, the Japanese themselves came to Moscow to see the multiple Olympic champion.


In early December 2014 the extremely popular Japanese television host Yuki Himura and a delegation of TBS (one of the Japanese channels with the highest ratings) visited Evgeni and his family. Among other shooting sets Evgeni has chosen the oral hygiene products factory R.O.C.S. since he, his wife Jana Rudkovskaja and their son Sasha are worldwide representatives of the brand. Director of DRC group of companies Svetlana Matelo conducted a special guided tour and explained the work of Evrokosmed-Stupino LLC.


The R.O.C.S. brand belongs to the DRC commercial and industrial group of companies, which has two modern production facilities in Russia and its own scientific laboratory, WDS. The company employs more than 500 employees in various regions of Russia and different countries of the world. The company has registered more than 50 patents for product formulas in many countries around the world and is rightly considered to be an innovator in the market. The group of companies is certified under ISO 9001-2008.


Modern and advanced developments in the field of oral hygiene products allow the synthesizing of certain ingredients previously purchased from foreign manufacturers; this is another important step allowing the formation of the company’s own ingredient base.


The guests were pleasantly surprised by the scale of production, high quality and hygiene standards. After all, as one of the Japanese production principles says: “Quality – first and foremost”.