Nestle Expands Thai Plants

August 2003
Asia Monitor: South East Asia Monitor Volume 1;Aug2003, Vol. 14 Issue 8, p5
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Swiss food producer Nestle Corp. has announced a US $48mn investment to fund the expansion of its Bang Poo and Chachoengsao plants in Thailand, as of August 1, 2003. The extra capacity will allow Nestle Thailand to increase its exports and add new markets to its export destinations such as Turkey, southern and western Africa. Nestle Corp. expects its sales including exports to rise by 5-7 percent in 2003, with exports set to rise by 6 percent. Exports will also be fueled by the addition of new markets, including Vietnam, Laos, Burma and Cambodia. Nestle Corp. operates eight plants in Thailand, producing 13 product lines. The Swiss company has invested US$96mn in its Thai operations over the past five years.


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