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New Zealand brewer planning to expand.

A $26-million redevelopment plan at Dominion Breweries' Waitemata Brewery in New Zealand began in earnest last week as the contract for the construction project was signed.

According to a Dominion spokesperson, the project will result in Waitemata Brewery becoming one of the most advanced breweries in that part of the world.

Because of the art technology planned for the plant itself, the engineering design and construction will be assisted by the use of a computer model, which has generated a full-size, 3D prototype of the complete site.
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Title Annotation:Dominion Breweries Ltd.
Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Date:Jun 15, 1992
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