ITALY: CCHBC increases Italian presence
The Italian subsidiary of Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Co. has expanded its plant in the north of the country.
CCHBC Italia said yesterday (20 July) that it had built a 35,000 sq m warehouse at its site in Nogara. At the same time, a bottling line for tea and energy drinks had also been completed at the site.
Consequently, the Nogara facility has grown in size to 62,000 sq m, with the ability to produce and hold around 500m cans of drinks each year.
The plant is CCHBC's largest producer and distributor of its 27 European sites.
CCHBC Italia employs 2,800 workers and owns six plants in the north and centre of the country.
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