FRANCE: Bouvet-Ladubay targets increased production

By Stuart Todd | 18 June 2007

Bouvet-Ladubay is investing EUR8m (US$10.7m) in raising its annual production capacity from 3.6m bottles to 6.5m over the next five years.

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Bouvet-Ladubay is investing EUR8m (US$10.7m) in raising its annual production capacity from 3.6m bottles to 6.5m over the next five years.

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