TURKEY: Coca-Cola Icecek reports no damage from earthquake
Coca-Cola Icecek has operations in Çorlu, Bursa, Izmir, Ankara, Mersin, Elazig, Sapanca and Köycegiz.
Coca-Cola Icecek has said that none of its operations have been affected by the earthquake that hit eastern Turkey earlier this week.
Around 523 have been reported killed and 1,650 injured by the 7.2 magnitude earthquake that struck eastern Turkey on Sunday (23 October). The cities of Ercis and Van were the worst hit.
Coca-Cola Icecek, which has eight facilities across Turkey, has said that its operations have not been affected by the disaster. A spokesperson told just-drinks today (27 October): "We have been very active in sending drinks, especially water from our nearby plants and we have been collaborating with our distributors in the region to provide further help."
The company said it has committed around US$1m to help relief efforts. The Coca-Cola bottler has operations in Çorlu, Bursa, Izmir, Ankara, Mersin, Elazig, Sapanca and Köycegiz.
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