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Henkel Increases Investment In Indonesian Operations

June 2, 2014

INDONESIA: Henkel has made several investments in Indonesia, described by company officials as a strong pillar for the group’s successful growth in the emerging markets. The company is looking to further strengthen its market position through investments in new technologies, capacities and people development programs as well as through innovation projects with customers and expansion in relevant markets.

“To contribute toward Henkel’s financial targets for the emerging markets in 2016, we have been strengthening our manufacturing, innovation and people capabilities in Indonesia. These efforts have given us a solid foundation to enable our continuing business growth,” said Allan Yong, president of Henkel Indonesia.

In 2013, Henkel Indonesia grew by double-digits to reach a record high in net sales. This positive development was contributed by Henkel’s beauty care business sector as well as its adhesives business.
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