CANADA: Heinz Canada's announces C$4.3m investment in Leamington plant
Heinz Canada has announced plans to relocate production of 1.2 million cases of canned tomato pasta sauce from a Borden Montreal facility to the Heinz Leamington plant. The company will make a C$3m (US$1.88m) capital investment to move equipment between the plants. In response to demand for additional tomato solids to be used in production of a range of processed tomato products Heinz will also spend an extra C$1.3m to install a new tomato paste filler which will extend the Leamington plant's production capabilities for seasonal tomato products.
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