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Unilever spends B2.8bn on growth

New plant, warehouse underscore confidence

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Unilever Thai Group of Companies, Thailand's largest fast-moving consumer goods firm, is to spend 2.8 billion baht on building facilities to support its growth. 

Group chairman Bauke Rouwers notes the additional capacity from the new homecare liquid plant will mainly serve the domestic market, but some will be exported to Asean countries.

Group chairman Bauke Rouwers said it would open a new manufacturing plant for homecare liquid products costing 800 million baht in Bangkok's Min Buri district and a 2-billion-baht warehouse in Bang Nam Prieo district, Chachoengsao, east of Bangkok, by the end of this year.

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