Coke Alliance

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2000 protest planned Coca-Cola plant closures in Germany

Feb. 14, 2009, workers, the local community, and politicians protested jointly in order to save the Coca-Cola production plant in Kaiserslauntern, Germany. 

"We were expecting  about 1000 people, but nobody figured there would be 2000 people turning out in solidarity with the Coca-Cola workers in Kaiserslautern, said Holger Winkow, regional representative of IUF affiliate NGG representing the workers at the protest meeting. 

protest action

CC Hellenic - distribution

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Coca-Cola must stay in Kaiserslautern!

coke workers in front of factory gatesJanuary 15, 2009, the works council of the Coca-Cola plant in Kaiserslautern, Germany, called a meeting of employees at short frist in order to inform the 250 workers about the content of an email it had received by mistake. 

Confronting job destruction in CCE Europe: Eureopan Coca-Cola Union discuss joint strategy

Dec. 10, Brussels. “Piecemeal” restructuring and the failure of CCE Europe management to provide the full picture of planned job cuts and reshufflings to the European Works Council, but also employee representatives in the respective countries were the main topic of a Coca-Cola Europe Union Coordination meeting organized by EFFAT in Brussels, Dec. 10.

Russian Coke Unions support the Charter against job destruction, join Coca-Cola Workers Alliance

Dec 1, 2008, a regular meeting of the Coordination Council of Russian Coca-Cola Unions (KoKS) was held. 

Fight against casualisation to be coordinated by Alliance Steering Group

Nov. 17, 2008. As decided at the global meeting in Oberjosbach, over the last months, the Coca-Cola Global Alliance Steering Group has been formed from representatives of IUF regions.

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