CCBA’s Ugandan subsidiary, Coca-Cola Beverages Uganda Limited (CCBU), has a 24-year track record in Uganda.







CCBA’s Ugandan subsidiary, officially changed its name to Coca-Cola Beverages Uganda Limited (CCBU) in 2022, after the consolidation of its bottling subsidiaries through the amalgamation of Rwenzori Bottling Company Limited and Century Bottling Company. Through these bottling companies CCBU has a 24-year track record in Uganda.

Investing in Uganda, CCBA commissioned a US$10 million Rwenzori Pure Natural Mineral Water manufacturing line in 2019 at its Namanve site, which produces 24 000 bottles per hour.

In Uganda, CCBA owns and runs a recycling plant called Plastic Recycling Industries (PRI) under Rwenzori Bottling Company. PRI is the leading plastics collection and recycling operation in the country and the only one owned and run by a bottler. 

CCBU is lead by general manager, Melkamu Abebe. Uganda is grouped with Tanzania and Ghana to form the Central Africa Region led by Conrad van Niekerk.

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