The project aims to increase capacity at the firm’s Sparks, NV manufacturing plant and reduce its transportation costs to supply the West Coast.

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Post Holdings firm Post Consumer Brands is preparing to inject $110 million into its Sparks, NV cereal plant to increase production and reduce transportation costs linked to serving the West Coast, a company release announced Wednesday.

“Adding capacity in Sparks will help us balance our network geographically and provide us with greater flexibility to best serve our customers,” Nicholas Catoggio, president and CEO of Post Consumer Brands, said in a statement. “This expansion also provides us the opportunity to work in close partnership with the Sparks community, including local economic development authorities, to create new job growth.”

Initial new capacity is slated to come online in late 2024 with full completion expected in 2025.

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