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Food and Ice Cream production facilities in Tula region
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Tea and Home & Personal care in St. Petersburg
   
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Unilever Group

Rotterdam, Netherlands

Company's website: www.unilever.com

T: +31 102174000

Public company (EURONEXT: UN)

Contact: Mr Paul Polman, Chief Executive Officer

Unilever is a packaged consumer goods firm. Its products include Breyers and Magnum ice-cream, Dove and Lever 2000 soap, teas, toothpaste, Q-Tips and Vaseline. Unilever NV and Unilever PLC list their stocks separately, but have a single board of directors and operate as a single entity.

Unilever in Russia

In 2012, Unilever celebrated its 20th anniversary in Russia.

Unilever employs 7,000 people in Russia.

Total investment of the company in the Russian economy has exceeded EUR 2 bln.

Plants in Russia
1
Tula region
Food and Ice Cream production facilities

2
Ekaterinburg
Personal Care
3
St. Petersburg
Tea and Home & Personal care

4
Omsk
Ice Cream

“Indeed Russia is a very interesting market for our products. Not only is Russia’s consumer base substantial in absolute numbers, it also has an interesting composition. Russia has a population of 143m people of which 75% live in cities or towns, making them easy to reach with our products. What’s more, the average Russian’s disposable income is growing fast and is higher than inhabitants of other BRIC countries. So, increasing shares of the Russian population are able to afford our products and are willing to pay more for high quality, premium products.”


Vice President Finance of Unilever Russia, Ukraine& Belarus, Remko Wessels

Investment news
9 September 2013
Unilever Opens R&D Site in Russia

British-Dutch consumer goods company Unilever Plc has opened its first ice cream research and development centre in the Tula area of Russia.
Staff at the centre will develop new formulations and formats of ice cream, improve production technology, in addition to the selection of new raw materials and packaging.

15 March 2010
Unilever Expands in Russia

Netherlands-based food and chemicals company Unilever has launched production and storage facilities worth $15 million at its tea packing factory in St Petersburg, Russia.
Two new lines for packing tea in pyramid bags were installed at the factory, a conveyor system was upgraded, and a complex of warehouses was rebuilt in February–December 2009.

16 October 2008
Unilever to Invest 100 million euros in Russia

British-Dutch food and cleaning supplies giant Unilever plans to invest around 100 million euros into the construction of a multi-purpose production facility in the Tula region in Russia.
Unilever's President for Russia, Ukraine and Belarus, Sanjiv Kakkar, and Tula Governor Vyacheslav Dudka recently came to an agreement.

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