Spritzer has clear five-year business plan to stay competitive

Growing market: Spritzer's mineral water bottling plant in Taiping.

GEORGE TOWN: Spritzer Bhd’s recent RM76mil investment into an agricultural property in Perak is part of the group’s five-year business plan strategy to stay competitive in the country and to expand its market share overseas.

Group managing director Datuk Lim Kok Boon told Starbiz that depending on the capacity and the availability of the water source, the property measuring over 1,200 acres could accommodate production facilities with a total capacity four to five times bigger than the one currently in operation in Taiping.

Spritzer’s plant in Taiping is 70% utilised and the group needs to make expansion plans should it run out of water capacity one day.

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