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Asia Pacific: Givaudan opens US$2.8M center in Indonesia

Givaudan has opened a commercial and development center in Jakarta, Indonesia costing CHF 2.9 million (US$2.89 million).

The 2,600 sqm commercial and development center will enable the company to offer at one location a full range of flavor and fragrance creation and application development capabilities.

Givaudan has been present in Indonesia since 1993 and has significantly invested in people and facilities in the country.

In addition to the new center in Jakarta, the company manufactures liquids, powder blends, spray dry flavors and fragrance liquid compounds in Cimanggis (province of West Java).

The company employs a total of approximately 300 people in Indonesia.