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Unilever Continues To Invest In Indonesian Manufacturing Facilities

August 26, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
Unilever Indonesia said it will spend about $86 million this year to expand its personal care, home care, and food and refreshment factories in the country, regardless of economic sluggishness. The company also said it will spend money to strengthen its distribution and logistics capacity outside the Java region. It recently opened a soy sauce and instant spices factory that will employ 600 workers. “Unilever Indonesia’s investment plans are always long term so that they keep going despite the economic situation,” said corporate affairs director Sancoyo Antarikso.
"Undeterred by bleak outlook, Unilever expands factories", The Jakarta Post, August 26, 2015, © PT. Niskala Media Tenggara
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