4,000 sqm cosmetics factory to open in Bchamoun, Lebanon
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Beesline, Lebanese manufacturer of cosmetics, will open a 4,000 sqm factory in the industrial zone of Bchamoun in 2016. The company is owned by the pharmacists Mohamad and Maha Arayssi.
Investment in the factory amounts to $10 million.
The factory will produce soaps, deodorants, lip care, and creams. It is expected to create around 100 job opportunities.
Beesline expects to export around 90% of its production to Gulf and European countries.
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