Unilever announced a USD112m investment in its ice cream factory form Taicang, China. Initially built in 1996, the facility will be completely functional at the beginning of 2022 and will produce 150.000t of ice cream. The expansion will add 66.000 sqm and will feature, beside the production lines, new warehouses and offices.
“As the world’s largest ice cream seller, Unilever looks forward to combining its world-class ice cream production capacity with China’s digital intelligent technology to build a brand new flexible production line,” Han Fangjun, vice president of supply chain of Unilever North Asia said.
Unilever is one of the world’s leading FMCG producers, operating in over 100 countries.