Unilever to invest 100 million euros to build its production base in Taicang

The opening ceremony for the expansion and upgrading of the Unilever’s production base was held in the Taicang High-Tech Industrial Development Zone recently.
It is reported that the company will spend 100 million euros (nearly 800 million yuan) to build a new production base there and upgrade it to Unilever China’s food production base.

The opening ceremony for the expansion and upgrading of the Unilever’s production base was held in the Taicang High-Tech Industrial Development Zone recently.

It is reported that the company will spend 100 million euros (nearly 800 million yuan) to build a new production base there and upgrade it to Unilever China’s food production base.

It is reported that the first phase of the project is mainly for WALL’s ice cream.

More than 100 acres of land currently reserved may introduce production lines of tea bag, seasoning, food, personal care and others in the future. The overall project can support Unilever’s expansion and investment in the next 5 to 10 years.

The new ice cream factory covers an area of nearly 100 acres and will be built into production workshops, warehouses, offices and auxiliary rooms.

The first phase of the new ice cream factory project is expected to be completed and put into operation in early 2022, and can produce 150,000 tons of ice cream annually after completion.

The company stated that this was Unilever China’s largest adjustment in the field of ice cream in more than 20 years and its largest investment in the food industry in recent years.

Disclaimer: This is an article created by Michael Liang for Chinasdg.org. You can find the original article here: https://chinasdg.org/2020/06/24/unilever-to-invest-100-million-euros-to-build-its-production-base-in-taicang/.

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