FDBusiness.com

Cereal Partners Worldwide to Invest SFr35 Million in New Factory

 Breaking News
  • Danone Investing €280 Million at Evian Production Site Danone has opened a state-of-the-art production facility at Evian-les-Bains in the French Alps to support the future growth of evian, the international water brand that is sold in more than 140 countries. After six years of construction and transformation, the new look site combines greater operational efficiency, new technology and the highest quality processes with [...]...
  • European Grocery Shoppers Become Digital Infoseekers as Cost of Shopping Continues to Rise According to a survey of European shoppers by IRI, the big data and technology expert for consumer industries, the increasing use of the Internet, particularly via smart phones, is helping shoppers to find information on promotions and offers that will help them reduce the cost of their grocery shop. The survey, which was conducted among shoppers [...]...
  • California Almonds Continue to Inspire New Products Worldwide New data from Innova Market Insights reveals that California almonds were the number one nut used in new products worldwide in 2016, the tenth year that almonds have held the lead position for nuts used in new product introductions. According to the Innova Global New Products Report, almonds were featured in 38 percent of new [...]...
  • Premium Shelf Presentation – Marel Linerless Wraparound Labeler Consumers feel much more tempted to buy poultry meat products when trays are attractively packed and labeled. It is therefore of high importance to present a premium presentation. The new Marel M360 labeler will provide wrap-around labels with great shelf impact. Marel’s M360 standard wrap-around labeler makes use of the latest technologies in flexible linerless labeling. [...]...
  • Springhill Farms Upgrade – Biomethane to the Grid and CO2 to the Tomatoes In the heart of the English countryside, Springhill Farms makes the very most of agricultural waste. Upgraded biogas is injected into the national gas grid, while the carbon dioxide (CO2) by-product goes straight to the farms’ tomato greenhouses. The gas produced during anaerobic digestion consists roughly of 60 percent methane and 40 percent CO2. Until recently, [...]...

Cereal Partners Worldwide to Invest SFr35 Million in New Factory

Cereal Partners Worldwide to Invest SFr35 Million in New Factory
May 03
11:55 2011

Cereal Partners Worldwide (CPW), a joint venture between Nestle and General Mills, will invest SFr35m (Eur27m) over two years in the construction of a new breakfast cereals factory in Malaysia. The factory – due to begin production in 2012 – will make Nestle breakfast cereal brands Koko Krunch, Honey Stars, Cookie Crisp, Koko Krunch Duo and Milo, for consumers in Malaysia, and for export to Singapore, Indonesia and Thailand.

Located in Chembong, Negeri Sembilan, the 6,500 sq m factory will enable the local production of Nestle breakfast cereals for the first time in Malaysia, which are currently being imported. The new factory will be built next to an existing Nestle factory, which produces popular confectionery brands including Kit Kat.

The new factory will be the third CPW cereals production centre in Asia, as Nestle breakfast products in the region continue to increase in popularity. The two other factories are in Lipa, in the Philippines, and in Tianjin, China. They will maintain existing production capacities for their respective domestic markets, as well as for export to other Asian countries.

About Author

colin

colin

Related Articles



Food & Drink Business Conference & Exhibition 2016

Upcoming Events

  • September 19, 2017PROCESS EXPO 2017
  • September 22, 2017Global Summit on Food & Beverages
  • September 26, 2017FHM2017
  • September 26, 2017POWTECH
AEC v1.0.4

find food jobs

The Magazine

F&D Business Preferred Suppliers

New Subscriber





Subscribe Here



Advertisements