20 Sep '11, 2pm

Coca-Cola launches S'pore concentrate plant

Coca-Cola launches S'pore concentrate plant

Beverage giant Coca-Cola officially opened its $72 million concentrate plant in Singapore on Tuesday. -- PHOTO: AP By Jonathan Kwok Beverage giant Coca-Cola officially opened its $72 million concentrate plant in Singapore on Tuesday. The facility in Tuas will supply more than 200 different drinks concentrates for bottlers across the region. As well as the flagship Coca-Cola brand, it will supply concentrates for Fanta, Sprite, Heaven & Earth and Minute Maid, among others. The plant produced its first batch in April last year and has been ramping up production since with output to hit about 9 million kg of concentrate this year.

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