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Eurofragance upgrades production site in Mexico to expand business in Latin America

The Barcelona-headquartered fragrance maker is upgrading its plant in Mexico with the aim to optimise lead times, increase storage space and reduce energy consumption.

The development of this project is a clear investment in expanding the business in Latin America. After the investment made in 2015, this renovation confirms that our Mexican plant is still growing,” said Andrés Pagés, Eurofragance’s general manager for Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean.

The first step of the operation, which was completed successfully after a month of continuous work, included the installation of a new 85 m2 warehouse on the top floor, the renovation of the washing area and other general improvements to the plant. In addition, this investment includes a 22-tons tank of dipropylene glycol that reduces electricity costs and optimises times and movements in the factory.

In the next step, Eurofragance Mexico will enlarge the Quality Control area, significantly improve washing equipment and install a cold room to store part of the stock.

Thanks to these operations, Eurofragance aims to improve lead times and increase storage space and customer service

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