Why is P&G Shutting Down U.S.$300 Million Nigeria Factory?
Procter & Gamble is reportedly set to shut down its production plant in Agbara Industrial Estate, a year after it was commissioned. The plant produces Always sanitary pads and Pampers diapers. According to sources obtained by Premium Times, the company is battling with challenges posed by government policies on the importation of raw materials for its production as well as foreign exchange rates.
Premium Times, 5 July 2018
A leading FMCG (Fast-moving Consumer goods) in the Nigerian market, Procter & Gamble (P&G), has provided a reason for deciding to shut down its Agbara plant. Read more »
Premium Times, 4 July 2018
About a year after commissioning its largest Nigerian plant, Procter & Gamble (P&G) is set to shut the plant. Read more »
This Day, 5 June 2017
Procter & Gamble, a leading FMCG company, has expanded its footprint in Nigeria by commissioning a state of the art production line for it Always brand at the P&G… Read more »
Guardian, 28 February 2018
Managing Director, Procter and Gamble Nigeria, Gorge Nassar, has reaffirmed the company's commitment to the nation's economy, adding that investment in social challenges remained a… Read more »