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Feedback on Coca-Cola Alliance Circular

We have posted the first issue of the Circular by mail and on http://www.iuf.org/drupal/?q=node/249.

We are looking for your feedback -  any comments, questions, or proposals for future
topics to be covered are highly welcome!

 

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 union in Bolivia joins the IUF

Bolivian bottling Unidas SA (Embol), which owns the franchise of Coca Cola in Bolivia, has four plants in the districts of La Paz, Cochabamba, Tarija and Santa Cruz. During the 5th Meeting of the Executive Committee of the IUF Latin American Federation of Coca Cola (FELATRAC), which took place in Santo Domingo, the Union of Santa Cruz Embol officially decided to join the IUF and FELATRAC.

Restructuring, factory closures and strike action feature in IUF and EFFAT Coca-Cola newsletter

Invalid restructuring plan in Spain, strike in Portugal, successful agreement in Germany and more news from Europe are included in the first IUF-EFFAT Coca-Cola Newsletter.

The commitment of Brazilian Coca-Cola workers for unity

IUF affiliated National Confederation of Food Industry and Allied Workers Unions (CNTA Afins) convened unions and federations of Coca Cola workers in Brazil to discuss working conditions and wages in the sector on March 15, 2015 in São Paulo. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss the pay and conditions of Coca-Cola workers at a national level.

Solidarity for the sacked Coca-Cola Morocco workers

Ben Malouk Hassan, a technician who had worked for 17 years in the Coca-Cola Marrakesh bottling plant is unfairly dismissed on 2 August 2012 because of his union activities. Another worker Jalouli Mohamed, a fork-lift truck driver with 17 years of good service at Coca-Cola Casablanca bottling plant was involved in an unintentional accident when he was following the instructions of his supervisors. The local management claimed that communicating the facts of the accident to international organizations was grounds for dismissal.
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