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Charlie's triples production capabilities

Tuesday 15th April 2008

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Charlie's Group is celebrating the successful commissioning of its new Australian production plant, with a container load of Charlie's premium beverage products already on its way to New Zealand.

The plant, in Renmark, South Australia, was bought late 2007 and in less than six months has been "transformed into a state-of-the-art production facility", according to a media statement from Charlie's Group today.

Chief executive of Charlie's Stefan Lepionka said, "The day we started up the production plant at Renmark was the day we took another significant step in our journey to dominate the premium beverage market."

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