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We demonstrate innovations supporting our sustainable operation via a forest stroll and a bike challenge on Explorer’s Day exhibition at Millenáris Park this Saturday. Today, Coca‑Cola HBC Hungary uses one litre less water in average to produce one litre beverage than in 2006, and our NaturAqua mineral water plant in Zalaszentgrót operates using almost 100 percent renewable energy.
As a result of the continuous capacity expansion of the past few years, Coca‑Cola HBC Hungary became the biggest exporter of the Hellenic Group present in 28 countries. The growing export demand made the extension of the existing facility necessary; the investment is worth HUF 2 billion, making the Dunaharaszti warehouse the biggest of its kind in the country. Péter Szijjártó, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade welcomes the investment.
A recent survey conducted by CCHBC Hungary among the students of the four universities revealed that they are enthusiastic about dual training. When it comes to job seeking, most of them consider the possibility of professional development more important than salary.
After six years of successful cooperation, Rézangyal Kereskedelmi Kft and Coca‑Cola HBC Hungary concluded a new agreement aiming to make their cooperation even more fruitful.
The award of Coca‑Cola’s Wake Your Body programme attracted almost one hundred applications this year. Attila Pálos was chosen by the professional jury, and Krisztina Háger-Jenei was voted by the public to be the Wake Your Body Award winner of the year.
The company’s 7 new 2020 goals aim at minimising the environmental footprint, improving production efficiency and developing communities, while supporting the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals
Dow Jones Sustainability Indices, one of the most credible and widely recognized sustainability ranking for companies acknowledges Coca‑Cola HBC for its robust, transparent and consistent sustainability performance
The Hungarian Leisure Sports Association has extended the registration deadline so towns and townships can register for Hungary’s biggest leisure sports event until May 11 at the latest.
For several years running, Coca‑Cola HBC Hungary has offered its support to the Hungarian Food Bank Association, donating products, not only in the Christmas season but continuously throughout the year.
Management at Coca‑Cola HBC Ltd’s plant in Dunaharaszti will be restructured as of 1 February of this year. The current director of the factory, Gábor Turányi, will be joining the Sustainability (QSE) team at Group level; he will hand over the reins to current deputy director of the factory, Zoltán Pataki.