A company from Turkish western province of Aydin will set up an olive oil filling facility in Romania to reach European consumers.
Ortak Entrepreneurs Corp. chairman, Ozcan Guven, told reporters on Friday that they would establish the facility in Ramnicu Valcea city, and the facility would start production within four months.
Guven said that nearly 80 people would work at the facility which would have 24,000 tons of capacity.
He said that the facility would be a Turkey-Romania joint investment and cost 2.6 million Euro.
Guven said that olive oil, which was produced in Aydin, would be processed at refineries and sent to Romania. He added that the olive oil would be bottled at the facility in Romania and sold under Turkish trade mark in EU countries.
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