US: CCE to shut Maryland distribution centre - report

By | 6 November 2007

Coca-Cola Enterprises is mulling the closure of its distribution centre in Frederick County, Maryland by the end of March next year, according to local reports.

The company reportedly said late last week that the centre, which employs 52 people, will close due to "growth constraints".

Local press added that CCE will shift operations from the 21,000-square-foot facility to its ten other Maryland locations.

No one was immediately available at CCE when contacted by just-drinks today (6 November).

Sectors: Soft drinks, Water

Companies: CCE

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