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Roshen Plans New $250 Million Russian Factory

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Roshen Plans New $250 Million Russian Factory

Roshen Plans New $250 Million Russian Factory
September 23
11:19 2010
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Roshen, the Ukrainian confectionery manufacturer, plans to invest $250m in building a new production complex near by Cosyrevka town in the Lipetsk region of Russia. It will be Roshen’s third factory in Russia.

Construction of the 230,000 sq m complex, which will incorporate a factory and depot, will start in 2011 and will be finished in 2016. The factory will specialise in the production of high-quality chocolate goods.

The planned 63,000 sq m five-storey factory building will house around 40 production lines. The production capacity will be 253,000 tonnes per year. The new 70,000 sq m depot facility will store raw materials and prepared products for the new factory, and for other Roshen factories in Russia.

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