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Arla announces £37.5m UK investment

It is part of a £285m global investment plan

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Arla has announced plans to invest £37.5 million in UK projects in 2017.

 

Tomas Pietrangeli, Arla UK managing director said it was part of its strategy to make Arla a household brand by 2020.

 

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“By continually investing and improving our sites, we can ensure we grow capacity, maintain high quality of our products and ultimately return the best possible price to our farmer owners.”


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The money will be spread across 13 projects including:

  • Taw Valley Creamery, Devon: £5m on developing capacity and new technologies and process to support product quality for hard cheeses
  • Stourton Dairy, Leeds: £5m on projects including a new packing facility to increase production of own-label flavoured milk
  • Aylesbury: £3.5m on new processing equipment for Arla B.O.B
  • Westbury, Wiltshire: £3m to ensure continuous product production during maintenance works

It has also announced its global investments will focus on Germany, UK, Denmark and Sweden and sites which supply markets outside of the EU.

 

 

Arla chief executive Peder Tuborgh said: “With these investments we continue our relentless pursuit of the goals in our Strategy 2020 to move more milk from bulk into brands and improve the profitability for our farmer-owners.

 

 

“You will see Arla take an even stronger position in the market as the innovative farmer-owned dairy company, providing great-tasting, natural dairy products that help people make good food choices.”

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