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Coke union leader faces termination for helping casual workers demand permanent jobs

On 20th July Coca-Cola Philippines management issued an inter-office memorandum to Brother Fred Maranon, President of the San Fernando Coca-Cola Rank & File Union (SACORU), a member of the IUF-affiliated Alliance of Coca-Cola Unions Philippines (ACCUP), threatening termination.

Coca-Cola unions in Pakistan coordinate national bargaining, sign collective agreements for the first time

Six Coca-Cola unions jointly negotiated their plant-level Collective Bargaining Agreements (CBAs) with Coca-Coca Pakistan Beverages Limited (CCBPL) through national bargaining for the first time ever.

Alliance of Coca-Cola Unions Philippines (ACCUP) rolls back casualization, wins 741 new permanent jobs in 2012

In a meeting between Coca-Cola Philippines Bottlers Inc. (CCBPI) management and the IUF-affiliated Alliance of Coca-Cola Unions Philippines (ACCUP) on 14 June, the company committed to 741 new permanent jobs in 2012.

New union formed at Coca-Cola plant in south India

In February 2011 a union was organized for the first time at the Coca-Cola bottling plant in Kalahasti, Andra Pradesh, in the south of India. The plant opened in 2003 as a franchise bottler and was taken over by TCCC 4 years later.

Unions in southern India unite, launch joint organizing efforts

Organizing efforts over the past 12 months culminated in a meeting of South India Coca-Cola unions co-organized with IUF on 28 May.

The meeting brought together 13 unions from 7 bottling plants in Andra Pradesh and Kartnataka, including 3 contract workers’ unions.

Unions in India step up fight against ‘no work, no pay’ exploitation

Building on the success of an agreement at Coca-Cola Hospet in Karnataka last year, Coca-Cola unions in south India stepped up their efforts to combat the brutal "no work, no pay system" that drives contract workers deeper into poverty.
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