Unilever is ‘committed’ to further investment in Nigeria, according to a report published by The Nation.
Talking during a tour of the Anglo-Dutch FMCG major’s local manufacturing facilities, Unilever West Africa Vice President Supply Chain, Siddharth Ramaswamy told the Minister of Science and Technology, Ogbonnaya Onu, that Unilever would continue to invest in the growth of the local economy.
“Nigeria is strategic to our business operations. This is why we remain committed to the country’s socio-economic development. We currently operate two manufacturing hubs in Nigeria, and we are already taking actions to increase our local manufacturing capacity,” Ramaswamy said.
“There are ongoing investments, which will not only provide additional employment opportunities for Nigerians, but will deliver further economic value through the development of a sustainable supply chain structure consisting of local manufacturers,” he said.