Baileys Irish Cream Will Undergo $33 Million Expansion

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Baileys Irish Cream is set to undergo a $33 million (£26 million) expansion, according to the Irish News. The expansion is set to increase the size of County Antrim’s Mallusk site in Northern Ireland by approximately 80,000 square feet, and aims to improve logistics and warehouse facilities in order to keep up with global demand.

The Mallusk site is one of just two facilities where the cream liqueur is made. The brand, which launched in 1974, currently produces over 60 million bottles of its cream liqueur annually. The new expansion was originally introduced back in 2022, though the County Antrim city council signed off on the plans just last week. The single story extension will include an increased warehouse capacity, new staff facilities, solar energy and associated external plant equipment, an increase in staff parking, electric vehicle charging points, trailer bays, improved site access, external lighting columns, and landscaping.

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