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Singapore airline meal purveyor spreads wings to store-bought food

SATS to de-emphasize dependence on 'older brother' Singapore Airlines

In-flight meals and other aviation services made up 80% of revenue for SATS in the pre-pandemic era.   © Reuters

SINGAPORE -- In-flight catering giant SATS is setting the table for a transformation into a diversified food company that serves corporate clients and store customers, reducing its reliance on the aviation sector.

SATS has invested 150 million Singapore dollars ($109 million) to build a food plant in the Jurong Innovation District, an industrial park in western Singapore. Construction of the five-story plant on 20,000 sq. meters of land is slated to finish by 2024. The Singaporean company held a groundbreaking ceremony on April 7.

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