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Coca‑Cola HBC Hungary to expand production base in Dunaharaszti

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.

Hungarian Sustainability report for 2016

Bringing excellent quality products to our consumers is our number one priority. Environmental protection is also part of our product quality, which means that we use less and less energy and water every year.


Best FMCG Employers Excellence Awards presented

On 28 September PwC Hungary and Trade magazine presented the Best FMCG Employers Excellence Awards for the first time, as part of the programme of the Business Days conference – the winners were selected by students.


Partnership agreement with Lavazza

Coca-cola HBC Hungary concluded a partnership agreement with Lavazza, owner of one of the most reputable Italian coffee brands in the world.


Péter Szijjártó opens new, extended warehouse​ in Dunaharaszti

A new, extended warehouse in Dunaharaszti was opened by Péter Szíjjártó, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade.


CCHBC launches #Youth Empowered programme

In 2016 CCHBC developed a new corporate mission, focusing on the suppression of youth unemployment, aiming to find solution to this problem with a comprehensive initiative which includes an educational program called #Youth Empowered.


Coca‑Cola HBC named Global beverage industry leader in DSJI for fourth consecutive year

Coca‑Cola HBC is leading the way in sustainability for the beverage industry, after achieving the highest sustainability ranking in the world and in Europe for the fourth year running.

Exploring the secret of sustainable mineral water

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.

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