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Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages is reported to have lined up a new facility in India, in the central state of Madhya Pradesh.

Coca-Cola Cos Indian unit is building another production and bottling facility in the country

Coca-Cola Co's Indian unit is building another production and bottling facility in the country

The Indian bottling division of The Coca-Cola Co has this week started construction on the site, located in Hoshangabad in the state. Citing PTI, moneycontrol.com reports today that HCCB will spend INR7.5bn (US$109.9m) on the bottling plant, which will be its 25th in the country.

The new facility will be the company's second in the Madhya Pradesh, joining the Pilukhedi plant in Bhopal.

As well as brand Coke, Sprite, Fanta, Thums Up and Limca, the report notes that the Hoshangabad site will produce and bottle juices and juice-based drinks like Minute Maid and Maaza as well as the Kinley bottled water brand.

Late last year, HCCB was among the companies hit by a water extraction ban covering the Tamirabarani river in India's Tamil Nadu.

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