<P>&nbsp;</P> <P>Vandemoortele, the Belgian food-processing company <STRONG>present throughout Europe</STRONG> which specialises in frozen bakery products, margarines and processed fats, is going to build a factory on the <FONT color=#bc020c>Plaine de l&#8217;Ain (PIPA)</FONT> Industrial Park.</P> <P align=justify><STRONG></STRONG>&nbsp;</P> <P align=justify>The company has recently acquired a land parcel of 37,000 sq. metres on which it will build a structure of 10,500 sq. metres to house two production lines, including one dedicated to bread production. The work will get underway in the second half of 2014 and the factory is set to be up and running by mid-2015. <STRONG>The factory will employ around 30 people.</STRONG> </P> <P align=justify>&nbsp;</P> <P align=justify><STRONG>Vandemoortele is also planning to expand its production capacity</STRONG> on another area of land of the same size.&nbsp; <A title="" href="https://www.aderly.com/reseau-de-transport/plate-forme-logistique,p,13,FR.jsp" target=_blank>Ideally situated </A>near to a communications hub in the east of Lyon, the<STRONG> PIPA is an asset to the group, which hopes that the new production site will allow them to develop their sales in Europe</STRONG>. With 900 hectares of total surface area, the park hosts more than 130 businesses and is easily accessible, being just 30 minutes from the centre of Lyon and 20 minutes from Lyon <FONT color=#bc020c>Saint-Exup&#233;ry</FONT> airport.</P> <P align=justify><BR>The Belgian multinational posted sales of 1.3 billion Euros in 2012. </P> <P align=justify><BR>&nbsp;</P>