January 18, 2013

Nespresso Expands Capsule Production - Planning Third Factory

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UPDATE: April 25, 2013, Nespresso has broken ground on the new facility and plans on having it operational by 2015. The symbolic "stone" laying includes the unveiling of a large aluminum coffee bean that was made from the aluminum of about 800 nespresso capsules (shown above).

Nestle's Nespresso brand is growing, and they expect it to continue at a break-neck pace; new ads in the US, and a new Nespresso U machine globally keep the pressure up on the growth side. the new facilities will expand their Nespresso Capsule capacity significantly to keep up with global demand.

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Nestle, the parent company of Nespresso is investing about $200M in a current production facility at Avenches, Switzerland, adding production lines, quality assurance labs and more. Meanwhile they are investing over $300M in a new facility in Romont, Swizerland that should be completed and online by 2015.

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Posted by Scott Martin at January 18, 2013 7:24 PM
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