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Kingsley Beverages to Invest £36 Million in New UK Facility

Kingsley Beverages to Invest £36 Million in New UK Facility
September 12
10:02 2016

South African soft drinks producer Kingsley Beverages has purchased a site at Peterborough in England, where is plans to invests £36 million in a new bottling facility marking its first production presence in Europe.

Founded in 2007, Kingsley Beverages currently operates seven factories across Africa and the Middle East. Since the onset, the company has grown rapidly to now offer an extensive range of products including carbonated soft drinks, fruit juices, energy drinks (Dragon), sports drinks, ice tea and bottled water in various flavours and package options and sizes.

Philip Nieman, managing director of Kingsley Beverages, comments: “Kingsley has seen exponential volume growth since its inception in 2007. This growth has accelerated in its home market of South Africa, together with exports into Africa and expansion into the Middle East beverage market over the last four years. Kingsley is confident that a similar growth opportunity exists in the UK, hence the decision to invest in a modern state-of-the-art manufacturing facility.”

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