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Coca-Cola HBC Hungary is part of the Coca-Cola HBC group, one of the largest bottlers of Coca Cola products in the world and the largest in Europe.

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Future Coca‑Cola bottles can be made of recycled sea waste and paper

Coca‑Cola invests a lot of resources into the development of sustainable packaging solutions. The company announced World Without Waste strategy last year and now it joins a pioneering community of companies in cooperation with the Danish Paboco paper bottle manufacturer start-up. Paboco wants to produce a completely bio-based and recyclable paper bottle for the first time in the world, which could serve as packaging for carbonated and non-carbonated soft drinks, beauty products and other everyday consumer products. Meanwhile, Coca‑Cola revealed innovation of a bottle made of recycled sea waste as a pilot, experimental project.


Coca‑Cola HBC Hungary receives the Award of Excellence for Best FMCG-workplace

After two years, Best FMCG-workplace Award of Excellence was handed over again: Coca‑Cola HBC Hungary was among the winners. The young people who participated in the survey that was used to assess companies, were the most appreciative of the flexible working hours, predictable workload and satisfactory salary.


Almost 2 tonnes of waste were collected by volunteers on the upper section of the River Tisza- Celebrating World Cleanup Day, employees of Coca‑Cola Hungary organised a volunteer day again.

Shoes, bottles, PET bottles and many other kinds of garbage pollute the River Tisza, its floodplains and reed beds. Volunteers of Coca‑Cola Hungary and Plastic Cup collected more than 1.8 tonnes of waste on the Tisza section off the Kisköre Dam, within the framework of Zero Waste Tisza program, on last Friday. This was the second event of the program which was organised as part of World Cleanup Day and surpassed its debut in July when 1,5 tonnes of waste had been removed from the river. The initiative was joined by the Kayak Olympic Champion Ákos Verekckei.


1.5 tonnes of waste in 4 hours - Coca‑Cola Hungary employees collected waste at the Kisköre Dam on the River Tisza

Blooming trees, tranquil waters and an extremely rich fauna – this characterises the River Tisza and its artificial lake, Lake Tisza. The view is exceptional but now, as a result of the floods of the last few weeks, it is defaced by a field of waste sometimes 3 metres thick jammed at the Kisköre Dam covering an area of 17 thousand square metres.


Coca‑Cola HBC to launch Costa Coffee in multiple markets in 2020

Coca‑Cola HBC – one of the largest Coca‑Cola bottlers in the world – plans to launch Costa Coffee in at least 10 of its 28 markets next year, including Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Russia and Switzerland. This will address a broad range of consumer and customer needs across multiple channels and occasions, in line with Coca‑Cola HBC’s leading 24/7 beverage partner vision.


Three-party cooperation for the Zero Waste Tisza

After the floods of the last few weeks, a record amount of waste consisting of driftwood and household garbage – mainly plastic – has hit the Kisköre dam again. The size of the drift-field reaches 17 000 square metres and it is more than 3 metres high right at the dam. The waste is already being removed, but experts expect more waste to come with weather extremities growing. The water management organisation, an NGO and a company have now joined efforts to find an effective solution. The Directorate General of Water Management plans to develop the load area, the PET Cup non-profit environmental program participates in the sorting and recycling of the waste collected. The Coca‑Cola Foundation – the global foundation of Coca‑Cola – provides financial support for the remedy of the problem within the framework of the project Zero Waste Tisza. The cooperation of the three parties aims to prevent the river from being polluted by continuous issue management, to recycle the mass of the waste collected and to clean the river in an increasing extent.


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Coca‑Cola HBC Hungary at a glance

Awards

Global Brand Excellence Award 2016

Our Wake Your Body programme has won a Global Brand Excellence award.


We're a regional production hub: the largest soft drink bottler and one of the largest food processing companies in Hungary.

Local impact

Our strategy and business model

Our vision, strategy and purpose

We want Coca‑Cola HBC to be the undisputed leading beverage company in every country where we do business.


Strategic priorities

To deliver our vision we focus on four strategic priorities.


Creating and sharing value

Our business model is at the heart of everything we do – it defines our activities, relationships and what we want to achieve to create value for all our stakeholders in the short, medium and long term.


Line of the different Coca-Cola bottles over the decades

History

Coca‑Cola HBC has a rich heritage and an exciting future – from the creation of Coca‑Cola in 1886 to being recognised as an industry leader by the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices today. Here our some of our milestones in Hungary and internationally.


Oscar award trophies

Awards

We're proud to have won many awards that recognise our hard work and commitment.


Policies

We're firmly committed to conducting all our business activities with integrity and with respect for society and the environment.


We combine our expertise in bottling, marketing and sales insights with the resources and experience of The Coca-Cola Company.

Relationship with The Coca‑Cola Company