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Coke Femsa loses key Brazil distribution deal; shares slump

Mexico's Coca-Cola Femsa, the world's largest Coke bottler, said it is poised to lose a key distribution contract in Brazil, sending its shares down 5 percent, even as it reported an 11.5 percent jump in quarterly net profit.

After several weeks of warning strikes German union NGG reaches a successful agreement

The IUF-affiliated German union NGG has been facing extensive restructuring with the closure of many Coca-Cola sites nationwide but even so more drinks are produced each year leading to an increase of productivity by employees of 13.5% from 2015 to 2016.

New Coca-Cola CEO Quincey responds to poor results

James Quincey becomes the new CEO of The Coca-Cola Company on May 1, 2017. In this interview he talks of the sharp sell off of significant chunks of its bottling operations that will drop the company's global direct workforce down to 40,000 or below. See the interview in full by clicking here.

Coca-Cola Amatil to close South Australia bottling plant leading to around 180 job losses

On Wednesday 22 February Coca-Cola Amatil announced the closure of its bottling factory in South Australia with the loss of around 180 jobs.

The closure of the bottling plant located in the inner-city Adelaide suburb of Thebarton is planned to close in 2019.

Indonesian Coca-Cola workers demand reinstatement of union chairman

On Sunday February 5, IUF-affiliated Coca Cola unions SBCCB and SBCCD in Indonesia held a protest action where workers held a long march to the Coca Cola Cibitung plant.

Coca-Cola workers get organised in Ukraine

In December 2016 workers at the "Coca-Cola Beverages Ukraine Limited" plant in the Kyiv region decided to establish a local union organization, affiliated to the Agro-Industrial Workers Union of Ukraine.
 

North American Bottler expands distribution territory

Coca-Cola Bottling Co Consolidated (CCBCC), an independent Coca-Cola bottler in the United States, has recently agreed to take on more distribution territory.

Since May 2014, CCBCC has taken on territory in 11 states and also purchased manufacturing facilities in Maryland, Ohio and Virginia.

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