Poland’s Puls Biznesu reports that Wrigley, which already operates one of the largest plants in Europe in Poznan (the city is pictured above). As reported today from anonymous sources, Wrigley plans to make a major investment which will expand jobs and the financial resources that it pours into some of the economic zones of Poland (as well as potential plans for Russia, too).
Here are some of the details reported in today’s article:
The leader on the Polish chewing gum market which is worth PLN 797m [US$345 million), wants to increase its capacity in Europe.
“The company considers developing its Poznan plant and buying new production lines. This is a PLN 170m [US$73.5 million] project which would create 300 new jobs”, “PB” anonymous source said.