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New Biscuit Factory In Bahrain Is Part Of Mondelez’s Supply Chain Overhaul

January 20, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
Mondelez International says demand for biscuits (cookies) in the Middle East and Africa has been so strong that a new manufacturing plant in the region was warranted. The company recently began construction of a $90 million biscuit factory in Bahrain to keep up with double-digit growth in demand for its Oreo, Ritz and TUC biscuits. The new factory is part of the company’s plan to revamp its supply chain globally to meet demand, reduce costs and improve productivity. The company expects $3 billion in gross productivity savings, $1.5 billion in net savings and $1 billion in incremental cash during 2014 to 2016 from the new plan. Full commercial production at the Bahrain plant is scheduled to start early next year.
"Mondelez International Lays Cornerstone for Construction of $90 Million Biscuit Plant in Bahrain", Food Ingredients 1st, January 20, 2015, © CNS Media
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