AUSTRALIA: Plant closure has wine industry braced for slowdown - paper
The closure of an Australian glass furnace has sent a warning throughout the country's wine industry of a consumer slowdown, according to Australian financial reports. ACI Glass, the monopoly bottle supplier, is closing one of the glass furnaces at its giant Adelaide plant, because forward orders from customers are lower than forecast. This follows the shut-down of two production lines late last year, the respected Australian Financial Review reported today.
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