Coke ups its game with Body Armor
Coca-Cola is to buy the remaining stake in Body Armor that it did not already own for $5.6 billion, as the company steps up its sports drinks portfolio to take
Portogallo, Ronaldo fa arrabbiare la Coca Cola: e ora rischia una azione legale
Il gesto del fuoriclasse di scansare le bottigliette della bevanda più famosa del mondo ha destato clamore. Adesso, al di la del messaggio salutista, no…
EWC Coca-Cola European Partners agreement signed after tough and long negotiations
After 3 years negotiations, EFFAT and the Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) signed a long awaited agreement establishing a European Works Council. Operating in 12 European countries and employing 23000 workers the company is the biggest Coca-Cola bottler globally in terms of revenue.
L'impianto della Coca Cola di Catania se ne va in Albania
'L'impianto della Coca Cola di Catania delocalizza in Albania a causa di plastic e sugar tax. "In Albania c'è la flat tax al 15%, mentre qui da noi le imposte superano ormai il 60%" afferma Luca Busi, amministratore delegato di Sibeg, imbottigliatori della Coca Cola in Italia. A rischio 151 posti di lavoro.'
Coca-Cola HBC to Acquire Italian Water and Sparkling Beverages Company in €88 Million Deal
Coca‑Cola HBC has agreed to acquire Acque Minerali, a privately-held natural mineral water and adult sparkling beverages business based in Italy. The acquisition is being made in conjunction with The Coca-Cola Company, in-line with previous similar acquisitions. The total enterprise value payable by Coca‑Cola HBC and The Coca‑Cola Company, subject to customary closing adjustments, amounts to €88 million. Completion of the acquisition is subject to certain conditions and is expected by the end of 2019.
CCEP further invests in sustainable packaging
Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) is opening a new £20 million line at its Edmonton factory in North London to increase production of its most sustainable products, forming part of its £150 million investment programme into its operations in Great Britain (GB) this year.