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Nestlé Marks 20 Years in Poland
May 28, 2013   
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Swiss-based multinational Nestlé says it has invested zl.1.6 billion in Poland since it entered the market here 20 years ago.

Over the past two decades, the company says it has carried out a wide range of projects from enlargement of its Polish production facilities to new production technology. Last year alone, Nestlé says it spent over zl.162 million on projects designed to enhance production safety.

Nestlé’s largest projects in Poland include the enlargement of a facility in Kargowa in the west of the country that produces popular candy bars such as Kit Kat, Lion and Princessa. Nestlé also plans to further expand its factory in Kalisz, which makes Winiary mayonnaise.

New projects are expected to allow Nestlé to steadily increase its production volume and sales. The company’s net sales revenue has more than doubled over the past decade, from zl.1.6 billion to zl.3.5 billion.

Nestlé also says it has invested zl.40 million in environmental projects in Poland over the past five years.

According to Pierre Detry, CEO of Nestlé’s Polish subsidiary, Nestlé Polska, the company has mustered steady and sustainable growth despite a tough economy in Europe. “This is thanks to innovation, investment in our facilities and efforts to build social capital,” Detry said. “As the largest food producer in the country, we are fully aware of the impact we have on the dietary choices of Polish families.”
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