Coca-Cola Beverages Africa Urges Private Sector Foundation of Uganda To Push For Favourable Trading Conditions
Coca-Cola Beverages Africa in Uganda has urged the Private Sector Foundation of Uganda (PSFU) to work harder with stakeholders like the government to create more favourable trading conditions in Uganda.
Pioneering MD to take the reins at Coca-Cola Beverages Africa-Ghana
Logistics wizard Flora Jika will be taking the helm at Voltic (GH) Limited, a subsidiary of Coca-Cola Beverages Africa, following her appointment as the new MD, taking over from Simon Everest, who is retiring at the end of December.
In-house Pallet Production – a successful case of cost management by CCBA in Uganda
Coca-Cola Beverages Africa (CCBA) in Uganda has always been a supporter and strong advocate of the BUBU policy. Currently, 30% of the raw materials used in their products are procured locally, supporting local farmers and entrepreneurs, and significantly contributing to the economy of Uganda.
Coca-Cola enhances consumer access to its beverages with a home delivery service
The Coca-Cola system partners in Kenya have today launched a new home delivery service ‘DialACoke.com’ that will provide consumers with access to its range of beverages from the comfort of their home, office, business premises or whatever location they are. As part of its launch offer, customers can order all products at a 20% discount on the platform as soon as it goes live while stocks last.
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