THE WHAT? French flavors and fragrances manufacturer, Mane Group has invested €23 million in two new manufacturing facilities in India, according to a report published by Indian Retailer. The company’s Chairman, Jean Mane cut the ribbon on the new Gujarat and Hyderabad plants.
THE DETAILS The 20,500 square foot plant in Gujarat will cater to the India and APAC regions with an initial capacity of 2,000 tons for flavor and 3,000 tons for fragrance.
THE WHY? Mane told Indian Retailer, “As a leading fragrance and flavors company in the world, we continuously look ahead to address the ever-growing demand for those innovations in the FMCG that have demonstrated product superiority. Mane India, together with India, aspires to become the world’s leading fragrance and flavors manufacturer by powering the FMCG innovations in the APAC region. Mane will position itself as a critical player in enhancing the FMCG value chain in the region as we provide solutions to our customers through our collective, unique technical skills and mass-producing capabilities.”
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