Nestle builds new plant at US$100 million

JAKARTA: Nestle Indonesia invested US$100 million to build a new plant in West Java, which is scheduled for commercial operation in 2012.The investment is a continued investment commitment of US$100 million put in the expansion of Kejayan plant in Pasuruan,
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News Editor - Bisnis.com 09 Desember 2010  |  08:35 WIB

JAKARTA: Nestle Indonesia invested US$100 million to build a new plant in West Java, which is scheduled for commercial operation in 2012.The investment is a continued investment commitment of US$100 million put in the expansion of Kejayan plant in Pasuruan, East Java, last March.President Director of Nestle Indonesia Arshad Chaudry said, Nestle would construct multi-category factory in two phases. At the first phase, this plant will produce chocolate malt beverage (Milo) and baby porridge (Cerelac) to meet the consumer demand.According to him, this plant construction is part of Nestle's long-term investment in Indonesia."The first phase of plant construction is scheduled to complete in 2012," he said.The second phase, as he added, is an expansion of production facilities for other product categories scheduled to be complete between 2013 and 2015."This plant will provide with a high-end technology to ensure the highest and environmental friendly operational standard, and also to meet the requirements of halal standard."Executive Vice President of Nestle Asia, Oceania, Africa and Middle East Frits van Dijk said the company, whose 19.9% of the market is in the region, is optimistic with the consumer demand growth in Indonesia. (T03/NOM)

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