Latin America

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Federation of Coca-Cola Workers in Latin America: Solidarity, struggle and organization

IUF Latin American Federation of Coca-Cola Workers (Felatrac) celebrated its twelfth anniversary on May 7, 2020.

Felatrac was born as a need for Coca-Cola workers in Latin America to have a common instrument of struggle, to debate the challenges of the sector, as well as on the different ways of facing and solving them.

Uruguay: Coca-Cola union takes action against the Federation of Beverage Transporters

The IUF-affiliated Coca-Cola Workers Union (STCC) reported a stoppage of activities as a result of abuses by the representatives of Fetrabe (Federation of Beverage Transporters). While disrespecting the CBA, Fetrabe applies unilateral economic discounts, changes in operations, disciplinary sanctions against workers and a constant attempt to attack the union.

Guatemala: We are taking the greatest precautions

Interview with Erick Oliva, general secretary of Sitraabasa

The Union of Food and Beverage Workers Atlántida SA (Sitraabasa) has managed to establish and maintain a good dialogue with Coca-Cola FEMSA, in the framework of the pandemic unleashed worldwide by COVID-19.

Nicaragua: Agreement on salary increase at Coca-Cola FEMSA

Following negotiations that started in February, and despite the economic crisis and the COVID-19 pandemic, National Beverages Industry Union (SUT-INARSA) secured an increase in wages.

The increased wages take effect from April 1 and cover 744 workers.

Guatemala: Coca-Cola FEMSA workers stand shoulder to shoulder with Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia workers


The IUF-affiliated Union of Workers of Embotelladora Central SA (STECSA) organized a solidarity demonstration for the victimized leaders and harassed members of independent unions at Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia. Demonstration was supported by STECSA's members at a Coca-Cola FEMSA facility in Guatemala. Coca-Cola FEMSA workers chanted "an injury to one is an injury to all".

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.

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