aQuellé production line upgrade
Dec 3rd, 12:13
To increase factory capacity, aQuelle recently commissioned a new state-of-the-art production line, which includes a blow-moulder, filler, labeller, shrink-wrapper and palletizer. This addition has increased capacity by 60%.
aQuelle’s sustained growth is easily illustrated in the increase in the factory size, from a mere 360 square metres when production first started, to a staggering 14 000 square metres today. Sure proof that South Africans can’t get enough of this refreshingly home grown brand.
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The aQuellé Midmar Mile took place at the picturesque Midmar Dam near Howick on 9 and 10 February. The event celebrated its 40th anniversary with an entry that beats its own record as the largest open water swim.
It’s time to celebrate summer! And, we’re doing it the best way we know how – with the launch of an exciting new flavour!
Just in time for summer, all your favourite aQuellé Flavoured Sparkling drinks have a fresh new look! So get ready to brighten up your shelves with the new packaging which has a competitive and innovative edge.
aQuellé launches their new marketing campaign 100% For People this month with an integrated approach positioning the brand as affordable natural spring water with customer interest at the heart of the business.
Production data lifts rand to week high
11/12/2013 - 09:25
Johannesburg - The rand gained to its strongest in nearly a week on Tuesday after upbeat mining and manufacturing data improved economic growth prospects.
Manufacturing production climbs 3.9%
14/03/2013 - 14:42
Johannesburg - Manufacturing production increased by 3.9% year-on-year (y/y) in January after an unrevised 2.0% (y/y) rise in December‚ data released by Statistics SA on Thursday showed.
British economy shrinks by 0.5%
27/08/2012 - 09:49
London - Britain's economic output fell by 0.5% in the second quarter, which was better than previously thought but still left the country mired in recession, official data showed on Friday.
Ugly mutant virus threatens SA wheat
23/08/2012 - 09:56
With drought in the US, Europe and Africa threatening to send maize prices soaring, another threat to food prices has reached SA — Ug99, a variant of stem rust that could reduce wheat production levels.
Manufacturing confidence down - survey
11/06/2012 - 08:13
Johannesburg – Manufacturing business confidence plunged 18 index points to 29 in the second quarter‚ a Bureau for Economic Research (BER) manufacturing survey released on Friday shows.