Irish Dairy Board To Invest €20m In Saudi Arabia

A €20 million state-of-the-art cheese manufacturing plant is to be established by the Irish Dairy Board in Saudi Arabia.

Alongside the development of the new manufacturing plant, the investment will secure a 75% interest in Al Wazeen Trading - a dairy import, sales and distribution business.

Saudi Arabia is the world's fifth largest dairy importer, and the board has said that the investment will strengthen its position in the market.


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