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18,000 strong petition stressing rights abuses in Indonesia presented to global workplace rights director of TCCC

IUF general secretary Sue Longley presenting a petition of over 18,000 names to Brent Wilton global workplace rights director at The Coca-Cola Company Atlanta headquarters during discussions with several IUF affiliates focused on Coca-Cola Amatil's abuse of the human rights of its Indonesian workforce.

IUF major Coca-Cola affiliates raise rights abuses in Indonesia with Coca-Cola Atlanta corporate management

IUF affiliates that represent Coca-Cola workers in Germany, Japan, Argentina, Brazil, Pakistan, USA and Canada together with the IUF Secretariat held a meeting with TCCC corporate management in the company`s headquarters in Atlanta to discuss rights violations and ongoing issues in Europe, Spain, Indonesia, Haiti, Ukraine and Puerto Rico in addition to their countries.

Independent unions at Coca-Cola Indonesia rally to demand respect for human rights

Independent unions at Coca-Cola Indonesia, joined by IUF affiliates and other Coca-Cola unions, rallied in front of the Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia head office on May 8 in defense of the fundamental rights the company continues to systematically violate.

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.

Indonesia: Coca-Cola's bottler determined to stifle independent unions

Coca-Cola's Australian-based bottler Coca-Cika Amatil is systematically violating basic rights in an effort to stamp out independent and democratic trade unions at its Indonesian operations. And Coca-Cola corporate management in the US know the full history but has failed to remedy the abuses.

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.

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