Henkel inaugurates new beauty care plant in Noginsk, Russia

Henkel inaugurates new beauty care plant in Noginsk, Russia

5:29 AM, 30th November 2016
At the opening ceremony (from left): Sergey Bykovskih; Denis Butsaev; Igor Krasavin, head of Noginsk municipal district; Peter Kirsch, supply chain director at Henkel Beauty Care Russia & CIS; Michael
At the opening ceremony (from left): Sergey Bykovskih; Denis Butsaev; Igor Krasavin, head of Noginsk municipal district; Peter Kirsch, supply chain director at Henkel Beauty Care Russia & CIS; Michael Kern, global manufacturing director at Henkel; and Aleksej Zubov, plant manager.

NOGINSK, RUSSIA: Henkel AG has recently opened a new beauty care plant in Noginsk, Russia. With this investment project, the company increased the plant’s production capacity and installed new manufacturing lines, thus providing high-quality products for local consumers.

The new manufacturing lines are for the production of shampoos, hair dyes and shower gels for well-known brands such as Palette, Syoss, Fa, Schauma, Taft and Gliss Kur.

Besides that, the company has extended its logistics capacity to 1,200 pallets on a total area of 4,000 square meters.

The plant in Noginsk is the only production facility of Henkel Beauty Care in Russia – in total, Henkel operates 9 manufacturing facilities in the country. The plant is one of the largest industrial production sites in the region.

“Reconstruction and expansion of our Beauty Care plant in the Moscow region is an important part of Henkel’s localisation strategy in the Russian market. We are confident that the implementation of our localisation strategy today means the successful long-term development of the company in the market,” said Sergey Bykovskih, ‎president Henkel Russia and general manager Beauty Care Russia & CIS.

“This investment confirms the company's confidence in the market. This current investment project of Henkel is a driver for further growth. It brings not only the investments in the region and new jobs but also significantly improves the quality of life,” added Denis Butsaev, deputy chairman of the Moscow region government – Minister of Investments and Innovations Moscow region, at the opening ceremony.

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