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Amway To Build Second Plant in Vietnam

June 6, 2013

• VIETNAM: Amway is investing $20 million to build a second manufacturing plant in Vietnam. Scheduled for completion in 2015, the new facility in Binh Duong will produce the company’s Nutrilite vitamin, mineral and dietary supplements as well as personal care products.

Based in Ho Chi Minh, Amway Vietnam is celebrating five years of operation this year. Amway’s existing Vietnam manufacturing site is located in the province of Dong Nai.

Amway plans $375 million in global manufacturing and R&D expansion in Vietnam, China and India as well as four US operations for manufacturing and processing vitamins and supplements. New research and development facilities and pilot laboratories are under construction in Buena Park, CA.

In addition, the company says a $10 million botanical research and experience center in Wuxi, China, will help integrate scientific knowledge used in product development with the historic use of traditional Asian plants.
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