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ABP Food Group to Invest £17 Million in Scotland

ABP Food Group to Invest £17 Million in Scotland
June 12
11:56 2018

ABP Food Group, one of Europe’s leading food processors, has announced an investment of £17 million for the planned redevelopment of its Perth processing plant in Scotland. The redevelopment includes an extension and upgrade of the facilities chilled storage area, dry goods storage, maturation and meat production facilities and staff amenities. On completion, the project, which is supported by the Scottish Government’s Food Processing, Marketing and Co-operation grant scheme, will create eighty new jobs. The announcement follows a further £3 million investment in cold storage and refrigeration facilities on the site over the past year.

Tom Kirwan, Managing Director of ABP’s UK Division, says: “We look forward to beginning work and transforming Perth into one of the most modern facilities of its kind in the UK. The improvements will benefit everyone from our farmer suppliers through to our colleagues and the local economy. It will create eighty additional jobs on site and provide significant employment during the construction phase.”

ABP has had a presence in Scotland since 1982 and acquired the Perth facility in 1997. ABP Perth employs 280 staff and works with 1,600 farmers from across Scotland and has recently started to source all of its electricity from renewable sources. It has also played a key role in helping ABP achieve quadruple accreditation from the Carbon Trust in recognition of the progress it is making in reducing its environmental impact. The Carbon Trust Standard is the world’s leading independent certification of an organisation’s impact on the environment, verifying action on energy use, Co2 emissions, water use and waste output. It recognises continuous excellence and year on year improvements in the area of environmental performance.

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