Honduras brewery invests $8 million in production lines

The inaguration of a modern production line for soft drinks has boosted Cervecería Hondureña into the number five spot.

Friday, July 11, 2008

With production capacity of 200,000 bottles of drinks per day, the machinery uses leading-edge technology.
It has integrated the process of making and filling the bottles on the same machine. This is the first such equipment to be installed in the region.

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The company is having an excellent performance in the region, where it supplies 1.5 million retailers.

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