Español: Personal / Português: Personal / Italiano: Personale

In an industrial context, "personal" refers to items or products designed for individual use or consumption. The personal industry encompasses the production and supply of consumer goods and products that are used for personal or individual purposes. Some examples of industries related to personal products and goods include:

  1. Consumer electronics and appliances manufacturing
  2. Beauty and personal care product production
  3. Clothing and fashion retail and manufacturing
  4. Footwear and accessories production
  5. Health and wellness products and supplements
  6. Sports and recreation equipment production
  7. Home and personal furnishings production.

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