Starbucks building 130Million dollar manufacturing plant in CHINA!?!?!

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Starbucks Coffee Innovation Park in China Elevates Manufacturing and Extends Global Roasting Network
12 March 2020•3 min read
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New roasting facility in 2022 will be Starbucks largest manufacturing facility outside the U.S.

Investment of $130 million (USD) further deepens Starbucks long-held commitment to elevate specialty coffee in China

Starbucks China Coffee Innovation Park (CIP) will advance sustainable manufacturing and smart supply chain management

Starbucks Coffee Company, the global roaster and retailer of specialty coffee, announced today it will invest approximately $130 million (USD) in China to open a state-of-the-art roasting facility in 2022 as part of its new Coffee Innovation Park (CIP). As Starbucks largest manufacturing investment outside of the U.S. and its first in Asia, the CIP will incorporate a roasting plant, warehouse and distribution center, creating highly-skilled jobs and new career opportunities that will further drive smart and sustainable coffee manufacturing in China. The plant will serve as a key component of the Company’s global roasting network, and the bold infrastructure investment further deepens Starbucks multi-decade commitment to strengthen the specialty coffee industry in China, where it aims to have 6,000 stores by 2022.

“Starbucks has spent the past 20 years sharing its passion for coffee across China and helping to build a leading industry that makes us all proud. The roasting facilities at the Coffee Innovation Park will set a blueprint for the future of coffee roasting and supply chain management, and further elevate China’s coffee industry, while supporting Starbucks growth in China, with China,” said Belinda Wong, chairman and chief executive officer, Starbucks China. “Starbucks has always taken a long-term view in China, and our commitment to the market has never been stronger.”


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