Coca-Cola Co. is planning to boost capacity by up to 20% in Indonesia this year to cope with rising demand.

"We have big plans for Indonesia," Coca-Cola Indonesia managing director Robert Foye said yesterday (18 January).

Foye said the company would invest in its production lines to increase output and also planned to boost marketing spend. He declined to reveal how much exactly the company planned to invest.

Coke's sales in Indonesia grew at double-digits in Indonesia last year.

The company operates 10 plants in several provinces in Indonesia.