Verallia invests USD 70 million in Argentina

The investment is intended for producing bottles for wines and sparklings.

The company will expand its production capacity by 50%.

Verallia heads the greatest investment in a new industrial plant ever made in Argentina in 2012. The local glassware shop of the French group Saint – Gobain got already “Horno 3” (Furnace 3) working, involving a USD 70 million investment, destined mainly to the production of bottles for wines and sparklings.

Thanks to a considerable incorporation of technology, the company will be able to expand its production capacity by between 40% and 50%...


600450 Verallia invests USD 70 million in Argentina
Date: 18 October 2012

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