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Kirin to expand capacity in Japan.

Kirin Brewery Co. plans to spend more than 35 billion yen by the end of next year to expand capacity in an effort to improve productivity, a spokesman said.

At a time when the economy has been sluggish, Japanese companies in general have been curtailing investment in plant and equipment, but Kirin has been making hefty outlays on plant and equipment to modernize factories in expectation of steady growth in demand for beer.

The brewer has detailed its nine-year overhaul plan for a plant in Nagoya. The plant will expand capacity to 340,000 kilo-liters a year by 1994 from the current 290,000 kilo-liters, at a total cost of 35.30 billion yen. The plan also calls for further increase of capacity to 360,000 kilo-liters by 1996. In addition, Kirin will spend roughly 8 billion yen to build a distribution center near its plant in Yokohama.
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Title Annotation:Kirin Brewery Company Ltd.
Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Date:Jul 19, 1993
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