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Eggs in different baskets

PepsiCO has taken the lead in the beverage industry as it has become diversified through different related activities, thus holding a larger portfolio than its all-time competitor, The Coca Cola Company, which seems to be taking action in that sense.
 

IUF Brief "Route to Market" Survey

What distribution system does Coca-Cola use to deliver its products from the plants to the market  in your country?

1-Coca-Cola's own distribution system:  YES/NO or PARTIALLY
Please provide more detail:_______________________________________________________

2-An outsourced distribution company: YES/NO or PARTIALLY
Please provide more detail:_______________________________________________________

3-Direct to major customer's own distribution centres: YES/NO or PARTIALLY

Please provide more detail:_______________________________________________________

“We should take pride in being workers”

SUT-INARSA, of Coca-Cola FEMSA, holds general assembly.

On July 15, the Sole Union of Workers of Industria Nacional de Refrescos SA (SUT-INARSA), of Coca-Cola FEMSA, held a general assembly to inform its members of the progress made in the past year and the union’s financial situation. It also elected the governing committee for a new term.

SATRABECO trains for upcoming negotiation with Coca-Cola

negotiations for the new collective bargaining agreement are set to begin, the members of the negotiating committee of the Autonomous Union of BEPENSA - Coca-Cola Workers (SATRABECO) participated in a Collective Bargaining Workshop organized by Bernabel Matos. SIREL spoke with the union’s general secretary, Linares Díaz, to learn more about this workshop.

Casual Work, Employment and Union recognition rights issues at the heart of IUF/Coca-Cola March 2012, Atlanta meeting

On March 29, a team of Coca-Cola union representatives met Coca-Cola's Global Workplace Rights Director Ed Potter and his team in Atlanta to discuss global labour relations at Coca-Cola, specific cases from countries where issues were reported, and, in particular, the issue of precarious work in Coca-Cola's system.

STECSA in permanent mobilization

Interview with David Morales, General Secretary of FESTRAS

The Union of Central Bottling Company SA (STECSA) has intensified its protest actions nationwide, demanding that Coca Cola FEMSA abandon its attitude to delay the negotiation of new collective bargaining agreement and remove measures that infringe on the acquired rights of workers.

Coca-Cola Norway: Switch to disposable bottles costs 500 jobs

On February 10, Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) has announced that they no longer will use recycling systems for their plastic bottles but will use disposable bottles for bottling Coca-Cola products in Norway. IUF affiliated NNN (Norwegian Food and Allied Workers Association) which represents Coca-Cola Norway workers is very disappointed with the decision made in Atlanta which will lead to almost 500 unionized job cuts. The union representatives conducted negotiations with the employer since then and strongly opposed to this change.

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