Coca‑Cola HDC Belarus is a part of Coca Cola Hellenic Bottling Company (HBC) – the largest in Europe and second in the world bottler of brands of The Coca Cola Company.
Bottlers are plants and enterprises that are financially and organizationally independent from The Coca‑Cola Company. The relationships between The Coca‑Cola Company and the bottlers are based on franchising.
A partner of The Coca‑Cola Company
The Coca‑Cola Company has the central office in Atlanta, Georgia (USA). The Coca‑Cola Company manufactures and sells concentrates, bases and syrups to its bottling partners, owns the brands and is responsible for consumer brand marketing initiatives.
One of the world's largest bottlers
Being one of the world's largest bottlers of The Coca‑Cola Company's brands Coca‑Cola HBC sells more than 2 billion unit cases (11 365 000 000 litres) every year.
- 28 countries in which Coca‑Cola HBC operates
- 595m potential consumers across three continents
- 136 brands in a diverse portfolio
Coca‑Cola HBC Belarus, a local company with international roots that produces and distributes sparkling and still drinks and juices.
Still drinks – water, juices, tea and energy drinks – make up to 30 percent of our volume. This diverse portfolio means that we’re a strong partner for our customers and provide great choice for consumers.
Leading brands and a diverse portfolio
We bottle, sell and distribute the world’s most loved and recognized soft drink: Coca‑Cola. Along with Coca‑Cola Zero, Sprite and Fanta, we provide consumers with a broad variety of sparkling and still drinks, juices and water. Our diverse portfolio makes us a strong partner for our customers and a preferable choice for consumers.
A sustainable business
We’ve integrated sustainability and corporate responsibility into every part of our business, aiming to build long-term value for our stakeholders. In 2017, the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices recognised us as the beverage industry leaders in Europe and the world for the fourth consecutive year.
- 1 plant
- 760 Belarusian people employed
- 1622 local suppliers