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PepsiCo, Coca-Cola Hellenic to close two beverage plants in Russia By DBR Staff Writer
PepsiCo and Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling are planning to shutdown one plant each in Russia, as demand has decreased due to challenging economic conditions in the country.
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Arla Foods to procure SPX processing system for fresh milk dairy in UK By DBR Staff Writer
Global dairy company Arla Foods has awarded a phase II process contract to SPX Corporation's Flow Food and Beverage business.
Technology > Process Technology > News Amul to increase milk processing capacity with new facility in India By DBR Staff Writer
India’s Amul dairy brand maker Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF) is planning to establish a new dairy processing facility in Kolkata, West Bengal.
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Inver House Distillers to ramp up production capacity in UK
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UK-based whiskey and vodka producer Inver House Distillers is planning to ramp up its production capacity in order to cater to increasing demand in international markets.
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Fonterra begins operations at dairy ingredients plant in Netherlands
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Fonterra, New Zealand's dairy co-operative, has started operations at its new dairy ingredients plant in Heerenveen, in the north of The Netherlands.
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Revolution Brewing plans to triple beer production capacity
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US-based brewery Revolution Brewing is planning to expand its production facility in Chicago, a move that will triple the brewery's production capacity.
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Irish government, partners to invest in dairy processing facilities
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The Government of Ireland, along with industry partners, will invest €35m in the construction of a new dairy facility in the University of Limerick and the expansion of Teagasc’s Moorepark Technology in Fermoy, Cork.
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Blue River Dairy offloads sheep milk processing plant in New Zealand
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Blue River Dairy, a sheep milk powder producer in New Zealand, has divested its sheep milk processing plant in Invercargill to Blueriver Nutrition HK.
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Oman plans to invest $258.8m in new dairy firm
By DBR Staff Writer
The Government of Oman is planning to set up a dairy firm, which will see an investment of around OMR100m ($258.8m).
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Heineken opens EUR110m greenfield brewery in Ethiopia
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Dutch brewing company Heineken has opened a new €110m greenfield brewery in Kilinto, Ethiopia, in a move to cater to the increasing demand for beer in the country.
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Heineken to set up multi-beverage facility in Timor-Leste
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Dutch brewer Heineken has announced plans to build a multi-beverage facility in Timor-Leste, which will see an investment of up to $45m in the south-east Asian country.
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Amul to invest $786.8m to boost production in India
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India’s Amul dairy brand maker Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF) has announced plans to invest around INR50bn ($786.8m) to ramp up its production capabilities.
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Blackwater Distillery to begin gin production
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Irish micro-distillery Blackwater Distillery has opened and is set to begin producing Blackwater No 5 Gin in the near future.
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