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Delta Holding has opened a EUR20m (US$27.6m) non-carbonated mineral water bottling plant in Serbia, according to local reports.

The Serbian company will use the facility, located near Valjevo in the Kolubara region of the country, for its Aqua Gala brand, the reports said yesterday (11 September).

The plant covers some 7,000 sq m, and has a bottling capacity of 12,000 PET bottles and 6,000 glass bottles per hour. According to the reports, the plant will initially employ 40 people.


Sectors: Soft drinks, Water

Companies: Aqua

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