Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Nestlé to expand new Anderson plant

Just three months after Nestlé USA began ramping up production at its new plant in Anderson, the company said that it will spend an additional $200 million on an expansion, reports the Indianapolis Business Journal.

Nestlé will add 135 workers to the 300 who will staff the initial, $359 million project, the Indiana Economic Development Corp. said. The state offered Nestle $1.4 million in incentives for the expansion. The site manufactures Nesquik and Coffee-mate drinks.

The company is an arm of Nestlé S.A. of Vevey, Switzerland.

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