Anheuser-Busch InBev has just announced one of it’s largest expansion plans in recent history. The company is now planning on spending over $1.5 billion in US brewing, agriculture, packaging and distribution operations, this will include at least $162 million spent in the St. Louis region.
The world’s largest brewers will be spending a whopping $850 million on brewery and packaging expansion, $220 million on product innovation and $720 million on efficiency enhancements at its existing facilities.
One of the larger single projects will be a $150 million expansion of its Metal Container Corp. facility just south of St. Louis in Arnold, MO. The expansion will add a second production line, essentially doubling production and adding at least 70 new jobs.
The company also plans on spending $12 million for various upgrades to its global headquarters in St. Louis which will also add several new jobs in it’s main manufacturing facility.
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