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€74m plant deal sets up Goodman as major player in British biofuel business

Larry Goodman’s Irish Food Processors has agreed to buy a major site in Pembrokeshire in Wales for a new biodiesel plant.

16th December, 2006

Larry Goodman’s Irish Food Processors has agreed to buy a major site in Pembrokeshire in Wales for a new biodiesel plant.

The site is being sold by Pembrokeshire County Council and will form a key part of Goodman’s strategy of becoming a significant supplier of biofuels for the British and Irish markets. No price for the deal has been disclosed, but Goodman has told the council that he intends to invest stg£50 million...

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