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By Richard Hurst
 
South African independent wine and spirits importer, exporter and distributor DGB is entering the second phase of a three-phase expansion of its Wellington base, near Cape Town, in this instance involving a new bottling facility and extra warehousing.

Chris Smit production director of DGB said that the Rand 60 million project will assist in increasing capacity and efficiency.


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