Friesland Campina Announces ‘Reorientation’ Of Germany Business
Dairy firm Friesland Campina has announced what it describes as a ‘comprehensive reorientation’ of its German operations, which will see the closure of a plant in Gütersloh.
As part of the move, Friesland Campina will invest a ‘considerable’ amount in its core brands, including Landliebe, Tuffi and Frico, as well as bundle together its commercial activities in the Düsseldorf area and implement additional measures to improve profitability, the company said.
These measures will include the closure of the facility in Gütersloh, which will affect 231 employees, but should result in restoring the company’s profitability within three years, it said.
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