BOSNIA: CCHBC to invest in Bosnian capacity
Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling is to spend 9m marka (US$5.6m) through its Bosnian subsidiary to expand its production in the country.
According to a report on the local newswire SeeNews, the money will be sued to buy new equipment, production lines and machines.
A spokeswoman was quoted saying that part of the investment would go towards new cooling and storing equipment for Coca-Cola's retail network, new vehicles and up-to-date business software solutions.
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