AUSTRALIA: Orlando Wyndham in A$11m expansion
Orlando Wyndham, the Australian wine arm of the Pernod Ricard group, will spend A$11m ($US5.68) to build a new temperature controlled warehouse and bottling facility at its South Australian winery, in the Barossa region outside Adelaide. The winery is the centre of operations and production for Orlando Wyndham's Jacobs Creek and other brands. The company's chairman and chief executive Christian Porta said the new bottling line would take total capacity to 65,000 bottles an hour.
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