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Solidarnosc letter to Alliance members

The Solidarnosc Food Secretariat has asked the IUF to convey their gratitude to all Coca-Cola Alliance members who supported them in their organising efforts in Radzymin, Poland. You can read or download their letter here.

Poland : Coca-Cola workers organise

IUF affiliate Solidarnosc has successfully run an organising initiative among the workers in Coca-Cola Radzymin near Warsaw, Poland. More than 100 workers out of a workforce of close to 300 joined the new union local, more than doubling the number of union members in the country, where previously smaller locals existed only in the factory in Lodz and a distribution center in Gdynia. 

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.

Social revolt boosts struggle against casual employment at Coca-Cola Tunisia - union negotiates abolition of agency work

The mass revolt in Tunisia which drove Ben Ali from power has also
changed the balance of power within companies. Trade unions played a
crucial coordination and organizing role in the social upheaval.  At
Coca-Cola’s Tunisian bottler SFBT, unions have seized the opportunity to
negotiate an end to agency work and roll back the abusive use of
precarious employment contracts.

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