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Fuller Builds Manufacturing Facility in India
10:18 PM MST | November 8, 2010 | Deepti Ramesh
H.B. Fuller says it has broken ground on a manufacturing facility at Pune, India to support the expansion of the company’s business into India. The plant, which involves an investment of $12 million, is expected to become operational by August 2011. The company currently has a small but growing presence in the $300 million-$400 million Indian adhesives market, Fuller says. “India is one of the largest countries in the world, with one of the fastest growing economies. As such, it represents a huge market for H.B. Fuller and our customers,” says...
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