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In the Hungarian food manufacturing industry, soft drink producers are the first to make voluntary commitment to reducing the amount of sugar in their products. The Hungarian Mineral Water, Fruit Juice and Soft Drink Association has announced today that the average sugar- and calorie content of their non-alcoholic beverages will be cut by 50% compared to 2010 level by end of 2020.
Since the start of the #YouthEmpowered program, 1000 young people have already completed the free, full-day training provided by Coca‑Cola HBC Hungary designed to equip jobseekers with the necessary tools to quickly find a job. The company invited NGOs last November to organise trainings via tender so even more entrants could learn basic social and entrepreneurial skills.
Our production base in Dunaharaszti, Hungary has been expanded by 50% as a result of a recent acquisition of an additional 13-acres of land next to the existing site and will be backed by investment up to 2020.
As of 1st of June, the sales and marketing function of Coca‑Cola HBC Hungary will restructured by introducing the three pillars of Commercial organization: besides the already existing Country Sales Manager position, two new function head roles, the Operational Marketing Manager and the Commercial Excellence Manager will be implemented. Zoltán Matskási, as the new Operational Marketing Manager will be responsible for the development and execution of consumer and channel programmes, while Gábor Ivády, the new Commercial Excellence Manager will work on improving category management.
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