AUSTRALIA: Bundaberg invests A$24 m to up capacity
Australian spirits company Bundaberg Distilling is investing A$24 m in expanding its operation in south-east Queensland over the next two years, Australia's financial press reported.
As well as upgrading tourist facilities, Bundaberg will increase capacity and storage at its distillery, bringing in the 90 new wooden storage vats from a South Australian supplier.
The upgrade is being made to meet demand for Bundaberg's rum products.
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