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P&G Starts Up Fragrance Facility in Singapore

4:14 PM MST | March 10, 2008 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Procter & Gamble (P&G) says it has opened its first fragrance manufacturing plant in Tuas, Singapore. The multimillion-dollar project, which was completed in seven months, is P&G’s first fragrance plant in Asia and its first manufacturing site in Singapore. The 6,500-sq-meter facility will manufacture more than 3 million kg/year of perfume for P&G’s household and beauty care applications manufactured across Asia. The product will be shipped to 14 P&G plant locations throughout Asia. Singapore is already a hub for the fragrance and...

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