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The Coca-Cola Company's reorganizing of global structure will lead to job losses

The Coca-Cola Company recently announced plans for a reorganization of its operating structure and a wave of major redundancies as part of a larger restructuring. In its publicly released statement on August 28, 2020 the company stated that this would result in reallocating jobs and resources, including "voluntary and involuntary reductions in employees."

Uruguay: Coca-Cola Workers ready to confront restructuring

An interview with Javier Martínez, STCC Treasurer

The IUF-affiliated Coca-Cola Workers' Union (STCC) in Uruguay has warned that restructuring in the distribution sector is putting jobs at risk.

SIPTU calls on senior management at Coca-Cola to reverse decision to close Athy plant

SIPTU representatives have called on senior management at Coca-Cola to reconsider its decision to close its facility in Athy, County Kildare, with the loss of all jobs, which was announced earlier this month. The company said it had taken the decision following a review of its concentrate manufacturing, with production being transferred to its facility in Ballina, County Mayo.

Coca-Cola issues jobs warning over Brexit

Coca-Cola has told the government it will be forced to “review” its Irish operations if border tariffs are introduced following Brexit. The drinks company, which employs 1,750 people at six sites on the island of Ireland, warned Paschal Donohoe, the Irish finance minister, that Brexit could threaten its investment.

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.

Guatemala: Workers occupy the distribution center following illegal dismissals by Coca-Cola FEMSA

The Central Bottling Company S.A. (EMBOCEN), the subsidiary of Coca Cola FEMSA in Guatemala, unilaterally decided to close the Jalapa distribution center, outsource the distribution of Coca-Cola products under a presales model and dismiss all workers on October 3, 2016.
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