Mane Group to invest over Rs 190 crore in Indian operations
Mane Group has invested over Rs 190 crore in its Indian operations to launch its second largest manufacturing facility in the country in Dahej, Gujarat. The French fragrance and flavour manufacturer aims to expand as a critical player in the Asia Pacific region.
“As a leading fragrance and flavours company in the world, we continuously look ahead to address the ever-growing demand for those innovations in the FMCG that have demonstrated product superiority,” said Mane Group’s global chairman Jean Mane, Indian Retailer Bureau reported. “Mane India, together with India, aspires to become the world’s leading fragrance and flavours manufacturer by powering the FMCG innovations in the APAC region. Mane will position itself as a critical player in enhancing the FMCG value chain in the region as we provide solutions to our customers through our collective, unique technical skills and mass-producing capabilities.”
Mane inaugurated the new Gujarat facility along with an ‘Innovation Centre’ at its facility in Hyderabad. The new additions to its India business feature technology on par with all global Mane Group plants, according to the business.
“We are happy to inaugurate our second and largest facility in India,” said Mane India Private Limited’s managing director Sumit Dasgupta. “Mane has been growing steadily and significantly in the Indian fragrance and flavour market. To support this journey, we have expanded our presence and Dahej is one of the conducive locations for any manufacturing business to grow and thrive in the Indian market. Dahej was strategically the right move for us to expand our footprint in the country. The availability of skilled manpower and accessibility of raw material suppliers are also some of the other key factors that played a critical role in our entry into Gujarat. Depending on the demand, we will continue to invest in the plant and ramp up our capacity in the near future.”
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