LATIVA: Lativa sees new Pepsi plant but colas suffer from traditional comeback

By Sarah Diston | 11 September 2000

The Alderis brewery in Latvia has opened a production line of Pepsi Cola International capable of bottling 20,000 bottles an hour. Alderis president, Vitalijs Gavrilovs said the Pepsi project will create more jobs and he believes the new venture proves that Latvia is making rapid progress in economic development - the output volume of the entire system of drinks will be 30-35,000 litres of soft drinks an hour.

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The Alderis brewery in Latvia has opened a production line of Pepsi Cola International capable of bottling 20,000 bottles an hour. Alderis president, Vitalijs Gavrilovs said the Pepsi project will create more jobs and he believes the new venture proves that Latvia is making rapid progress in economic development - the output volume of the entire system of drinks will be 30-35,000 litres of soft drinks an hour.

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