Mane has opened new flavor and fragrance production facilities in Quilicura, Santiago, Chile, allowing guests to tour the plant and showrooms at its inauguration. The facilities will house production and creative capabilities for both fragrance and flavor divisions.
This new location is part of a $1 million investment Mane has made in facilities in Chile, where the company has been doing business for more than 20 years. In Latin America, Mane’s strategy is to meet the growing demand for flavors and fragrances market both locally and in the region, and it is basing facilities in Chile because of the country’s high amount of exports and trade agreements with multiple countries.
The new production plant helps Mane stay close to its customers, servicing the industry's needs with the 1,460-square-meter facility capable of producing 7,200 tons of product. Additionally, the space has 1,000 square meters of storage, assisting in keeping a consistent supply of available product, and it employees 18 people in the departments of creation, R&D, application, produvtion, sales and more.
With this investment, Mane seeks to confirm its vision for the company’s future in Latin America: To consolidate in the region and be recognized as an innovative and competitive company achieving profitability and ensuring greater market share.