SWEDEN: Carlsberg water unit in export drive

By Gerard O'Dwyer | 22 March 2007

Carlsberg-owned Ramlösa is to invest SEK65m (US$9.3m) to boost its bottling capacity and increase its mineral water exports by 10%.

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Carlsberg-owned Ramlösa is to invest SEK65m (US$9.3m) to boost its bottling capacity and increase its mineral water exports by 10%.

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