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Monday, May 29, 2006

Tetra Pack Beverage Packaging plans a 100 Million Euro Investment in Russia

Tetra Pack Beverage Packaging plans a
100 Million Euro Investment in Russia

Sweden´s Tetra Pak plans an investment of roughly 100 Million Euros for the constructin of a packaging material plant for it´s tetra pack packages in Russia. The plant is to be installed in Lobnya near Moscow this year, according to Natalya Sorokina, a spokeswoman of Tetra Pak Russia.

With its annual production capacity of 4 billion packaging units, the plant will be the largest in Russia and in countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States, she said.
Tetra Pak was established in Sweden in 1952. Tetra Pak's Russian and Belarusian subsidiary ZAO Tetra Pak was opened in 1994. The subsidiary is headquartered in Moscow and has offices in Minsk, St. Petersburg, Krasnodar, Krasnoyarsk, Novosibirsk and Yekaterinburg.

In 2004 ZAO Tetra Pak sold over 4.5 billion packaging units.


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