We report on our sustainability performance and goals, the progress we make each year in our Sustainability Report.

Corporate sustainability and responsibility are an essential part of Coca-Cola HBC  Hungary’s culture. As responsible economic operators, we consider it important to  manage the environmental risks arising from our operations and to make a positive  contribution to the protection of our environment and natural resources in many  different areas.

115.309

Net revenues in 2020 (billion Ft)

514

Produced beverages in 2020 (million liter)

4.4

Investments in 2020 (billion Ft)

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This year has brought unprecedented change to our lives. The coronavirus pandemic has posed numerous challenges, but it has also strengthened our belief in what is really important. This situation has proved to us that each and every colleague is a solid pillar within our organisation and, together, we can assure the stability of our endeavours in these challenging times. Throughout the year, our priority was to ensure our position on the market and sustain our business. Our tireless work has been recognised through several accolades. We are proud that we were able to build resilience during the year and the ambitious goals linked to our sustainable business operations remained stable despite the COVID-19 pandemic.

László Békefi General Manager, Coca-Cola HBC Hungary

About our sustainability report

Since 2008, we have given an account of our sustainability performance and the progress we make. Since 2016, we have prepared our Sustainability Report on a yearly basis, according to the most widely used international framework GRI Standards, level “Core”.

In this report, we summarize our most important commitments, pursuits and impacts, while we maintain transparency and objectivity in publication since transparent operation and our stakeholders’ trust are of utmost importance for us.


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Sustainability Report for 2020

Sustainability Report for 2019

Sustainability Report for 2018

Sustainability Report for 2017