Products and types have a life-cycle. Commonly this cycle progresses as improvement, introduction, progress, maturity and decline. The pioneer of mosquito repellents in India, the Tortoise model (popularly known as ‘Kachchua Chaap’) remains to be well-known however useless. The toothpaste ‘Promise’ is now largely given in small lavatory packs in resorts. Ambassador automotive is a useless model that’s being artificially sustained. The first low-cost one-rupee pen in India, Comfort, is useless. The first well-known courier service in India, Skypak, is now into different companies or exists in different types. Where’s Daewoo? Across the world manufacturers have been killed by companies both as a result of they’ve outlived their goal and worth proposition or they couldn’t survive improvements and competitors.