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Al Karama (Ynna Holding) seeks to cut costs with third bottling plant

Al Karama (Ynna Holding) seeks to cut costs with third bottling plant

The Chaabi family company is opening a new unit in the Rabat region to compete with big beverage companies like Castel, PepsiCo and even Coca-Cola.

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            ▪ Al Karama (Ynna Holding) seeks to cut costs with third bottling plant

▪ The Chaabi family company is opening a new unit in the Rabat region to compete with big beverage companies like Castel, PepsiCo and even Coca-Cola.

http://www.jeuneafriquebusinessplus.com/en/802847/al-karama-seeks-to-cut-costs-with-third-bottling-plant/

05/02/2020 at 17h32, by Jeune Afrique Business+

The new bottled water plant will increase the total capacity of the Ynna Holding subsidiary to 150 million litres per year. Based in Kenitra, 40 km north-east of the capital Rabat, the third Eaux Minérales Al Karama bottling site targets the central region of the Moroccan kingdom, with a production capacity of around 40 million litres per year under the new Amane Gharb brand.

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