27 March 2014

Kenya: Keroche Sets Year End for Launch of New Plant

Work at the Sh2.5 billion new Keroche Breweries in Naivasha is expected to be complete by the end of this year, according to the managing director Tabitha Karanja. She said the project would see the firm's annual beer production rise from 10 million litres to 100 million litres is on course.

"The new plant will have the capacity of packaging 30 different brands of beer and it should be complete by end of this year," she said. Karanja said the ultra-modern and automated plant would have the capacity of producing 600,000 bottles of beer per day up from the current 60,000 per day. Karanja was speaking to the press during a tour of the ongoing works in the plant in Naivasha.

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