S AFRICA: SAB to boost CO2 provision amid fresh shortage

By Arnold Kirkby | 19 March 2007

SAB Ltd soft drinks subsidiary ABI is to invest ZAR100m (US$13.5m) in expanding its carbon dioxide facilities to minimise its reliance on external suppliers.

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SAB Ltd soft drinks subsidiary ABI is to invest ZAR100m (US$13.5m) in expanding its carbon dioxide facilities to minimise its reliance on external suppliers.

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