Nestlé has announced that it will invest 67 million Swiss francs in the new factory for plant-based foods in Surcin, which will span 18,440 square metres, employ 330 people and have a production capacity of 12,000 tonnes per year.
The production is supposed to be launched in the last quarter of this year and the products manufactured in the new factory will be exported to France, Germany, Holland, Italy, Spain and Great Britain.
Nestlé also says that it will expand the network of local suppliers, with the intention of continuing to support the local economy.
In 2012, Nestlé took over Centroproizvod’s factory in Surcin and started manufacturing there a range of world-famous brands – Thomy, Maggi and Nestlé Professional, which are exported to more than 40 countries.
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