CHILE/SPAIN: Iparlat to invest €3.5m in Chile
Spanish dairy company Iparlat is to funnel investment worth €3.5m (US$3.48m) in upgrading its plant in Chile. Production output at the plant is to be doubled, and new product lines will be manufactured there. The company already has limited penetration in Chile through its Surlat brand. It will enter the country's soup, sauce and juice market under the Kaiku brand at the end of this year, reported the Spanish News Digest.
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