Coca-Cola has a proud 66-plus-year history in Chile and continues to invest in the country for the long-term.
The $1.3 billion system investment will go to support not only new infrastructure, equipment, technology and marketing, but also to sustainability initiatives that return water back to nature, reduce the use of energy in production, develop recycling programs and promote physical activity in Chile.
Our Chairman and CEO Muhtar Kent reflected on this commitment in yesterday’s opening event: “The
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