Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company has completed its acquisition of the Croatian mineral water company Gotalka. A price for the transaction, announced today, was not disclosed.

The transaction, part of CCHBC's joint acquisition strategy with The Coca-Cola Company, involves a production facility at Budinscina and the company's mineral water brand Bistra.

In a statement, Doros Constantinou, managing director of CCHBC, said: "The Bistra brand has significant potential and will enable our business in Croatia to expand into the promising water segment there.

"It is a small acquisition with no material impact on the group's financial results, and is very much in line with our strategy to broaden the selection of non-alcoholic beverages that we offer to our consumers."

CCHBC, one of the world's largest bottlers of products of The Coca-Cola Company, has operations in 26 countries.