PROVA® announces the creation of its new industrial site in Bangkok

PROVA® announces the creation of its new industrial site in Bangkok

This corporate project is part of "PROVA Tomorrow" strategic plan which aims to strengthen the company’s international development in high-potential areas such as the United States and Asia as well as to gradually empower the regions operationally.

PROVA started its development in Asia-Pacific in 2006 and should reach a turnover of 17 million euros by 2022.

This corporate project is part of "PROVA Tomorrow" strategic plan which aims to strengthen the company’s international development in high-potential areas such as the United States and Asia as well as to gradually empower the regions operationally.

With its new Thai factory of about 5000m², PROVA affirms its expansion in a very dynamic economic area, where consumer habits are constantly evolving and give full scope to its product ranges and expertise in the production of flavours. This establishment will be in line with the principles of reducing the carbon footprint as part of PROVA’s corporate social responsibility policy.

"Today, we are taking a step forward in terms of service offerings in the food industry. We want to produce as close as possible to our customers, as close as possible to their tastes and expectations. Every day, new customers trust us, and we are very grateful to them. Our factory in Samut Prakan aims to develop flavors adapted to Asian cultures, to guarantee quality and production systems equivalent to the standards of our French factory, while drastically reducing our shipping times", says Julien Le KY HUONG, Regional Director - APAC region.

The plant, which is currently under development, is scheduled to start operating at the beginning of 2024. This is an excellent opportunity for PROVA to strengthen its production and export capabilities in the region.



Do you like the content of this article?

Boonma wins second Asian Tour golf title in Bangladesh

Thailand's Danthai Boonma won his second Asian Tour title when he triumphed at the US$400,000 Bangabandhu Cup Golf Bangladesh Open in Dhaka on Sunday.

21:45

'Little by little': Ukraine grinds away on the northeastern front

KHARKIV REGION, Ukraine: The motivation to keep fighting the Russians is simple for Viking, a Ukrainian soldier near the northeastern frontlines as cold weather and artillery onslaughts bogs down both sides. He wants revenge.

20:45

Taiwan elections set stage for tighter presidential race in 2024

Taiwan is set for a more contentious presidential race focused on rising tensions with China, after low turnout in local elections handed China-skeptic President Tsai Ing-wen’s party historic losses.

19:08