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Nestle to build $136 million Dubai facility

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The 175,000 square metre plot in DWC will be used as a manufacturing facility for nutrition, culinary and coffee products, the joint statement said.

June 27, 2012 10:03 by



Swiss food group Nestle SA will spend 500 million dirhams ($136.1 million) as an initial investment to build a production facility at Dubai World Central (DWC), a new aviation hub in the Gulf Arab emirate, the firms said on Tuesday.

The 175,000 square metre plot in DWC will be used as a manufacturing facility for nutrition, culinary and coffee products, the joint statement said.

“This second production facility in Dubai will also open opportunities to gain synergies in our warehousing and logistics to serve the whole Middle East Region,” said Hans Juergen Jung, technical director for Nestle.

Nestle said the new facility is expected to generate 800 new jobs and would boost its warehousing and logistics operations for the Middle East region.

DWC is Dubai’s new aviation hub and is set to include the new Al Maktoum International Airport as well as a logistics and aviation free zones.

(Reporting by Layla Maghribi; Editing by Praveen Menon)



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