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Tata Coffee unveils first off-shore coffee production unit in Binh Duong

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Core Tip: Tata Coffee Vietnam Company Limited, a 100 per cent subsidiary of Tata Coffee, has now set up a state-of-the-art freeze-dried coffee production plant in Binh Duong province of Vietnam.
Tata Coffee Vietnam Company Limited, a 100 per cent subsidiary of Tata Coffee, has now set up a state-of-the-art freeze-dried coffee production plant in Binh Duong province of Vietnam. This is the company’s maiden manufacturing facility.

This is the company’s third manufacturing plant, after Theni and Toopran in India, and is the first to be set up at an off-shore location. The inauguration was attended by the party secretary of Binh Duong Province; the chairman of Binh Duong People’s Committee; the Indian Ambassador to Vietnam, the Consul General of India to Vietnam, Tata Coffee’s Board of Directors; the managing director and chief executive officer of Tata Global Beverages, the leadership of Tata Sons and key stakeholders, among others.

The facility in the Vietnam Singapore Industrial Park (VSIP), is a 5,000 MTPA (metric tonne per annum) plant has been set up within 19 months from its ground-breaking ceremony in 2017.

The manufacturing unit has a safety record completing almost a million-man hours construction and commissioning work with zero harm. The site is certified for LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) and is expecting BRC (British Retail Consortium) certification shortly.

“Tata Coffee Vietnam is uniquely positioned to work closely with customers to develop exclusive blends at its pilot plant. The operations here will contribute positively to Vietnam through foreign exchange earnings and creating local employment,” said the company.

“Globally, freeze-dried coffee is a growing segment. The company marks its first foray beyond Indian shores as a manufacturer of premium freeze-dried coffee. This is a significant milestone in our journey to becoming a global coffee major. The operations in Vietnam will endeavour to bring best in class manufacturing, with a focus on sustainability and safety,” said Sanjiv Sarin, managing director and chief executive officer, Tata Coffee.
 
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