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Henkel Further Expands Production Plant in Vienna

In 2014, Henkel produced approximately 235,000 tons of liquid detergents, of which 80 percent were destined for export to 20 countries. Thus the Austrian capital is home to the world’s largest liquid detergent manufacturing facility within the Henkel Group. The lion’s share of the branded products involves fabric softeners (Silan), heyv-duty detergents (Persil, Dixan, Weißer Riese) and hand dishwashing detergents (Pril). With immediate effect, Henkel CEE’s production plant at Vienna-Landstrasse is also manufacturing detergents of the Polish brand “E” acquired in the previous year.

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