McCain needs to “improve” Dutch plant
Potato-products big McCain Foods has began a building undertaking in one in all its markets in Europe.
The Canada-based firm has launched into increasing its manufacturing facility in Lelystad, a metropolis within the centre of the Netherlands.
McCain is spending EUR65m (US$76.3m) on upping capability and bettering effectivity. “This growth offers a profound future for the 250 staff of Lelystad,” plant supervisor Luc Geurts insisted. “In a 12 months wherein there was a lot uncertainty, our staff see the funding McCain is making for his or her livelihoods and the Dutch neighborhood.
“We’re looking out for brand spanking new expertise to affix us as we’re not solely investing in a much bigger plant and extra agile operations, however the way forward for our folks and people of future staff.”
The work is scheduled to be accomplished by February 2022.
Earlier this month, the privately-owned group re-booted a US$300m expansion plan for a plant in the US that was put on hold due to the uncertainty wrought by Covid-19.