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The Coca-Cola Co has opened a SGD79m (US$58m) storage and distribution centre in Singapore to support the Asia-Pacific region.

Coca-Colas new warehouse is opposite its Singaporean concentrate factory

Coca-Cola's new warehouse is opposite its Singaporean concentrate factory

The 19-storey warehouse is directly across the road from Coca-Cola's existing concentrate plant in Tuas and is the first in Singapore to have the automated storage and retrieval system (ASRS) built on top of the loading and unloading bays. It can store up to 14,000 pallets with a throughput of 126 pallets per hour and will "significantly improve" warehousing efficiency, Coca-Cola said.

John Murphy, president of Coca-Cola's Asia-Pacific group, said: "Asia is one of our fastest growing markets and we see high demand for our wide range of beverages across the region. This new distribution centre is an investment in automation and technology that will position the company for quality growth well into the future."

The Tuas concentrate plant and distribution centre are both operated by Pacific Refreshments, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Coca-Cola.

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