SINGAPORE: Tetra Pak completes US$54.2m factory upgrade

By Andy Morton | 2 October 2012

Tetra Pak has completed a EUR42m (US$54.2m) upgrade of its Singapore operations that will boost production by a third.

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Tetra Pak has completed a EUR42m (US$54.2m) upgrade of its Singapore operations that will boost production by a third.

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