JAPAN: Kirin to invest ¥10bn in PET - report
Japan's Kirin Beverage is targeting to triple output of large PET bottles for soft drinks, with an investment of some ¥10 billion, the Nihon Keizai Shimbun reported, order to bring the production of such containers in-house.
Kirin hopes the move will help increase earnings. It currently produces only half the PET bottles it uses in-house.
As well as increasing production of the containers at its factory in Kanagawa Prefecture, Kirin also plans to build a production facility at its factory in Shiga Prefecture.
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