Hungary to become the largest Central European manufacturing centre of the Coca-Cola system

Hungary to become the largest Central European manufacturing centre of the Coca-Cola system

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Coca-Cola HBC Hungary has renewed its Strategic Cooperation Agreement with the Government of Hungary. In addition, the company is launching an investment with a total cost amounting approximately to HUF 30 billion in Dunaharaszti, as a result of which the Hungarian plant will become the largest Central European Manufacturing centre of the Coca-Cola system by the end of 2025.

Coca-Cola has established its operation in Hungary in 1993, currently it has 12 sites, and two plants located in Dunaharaszti and Zalaszentgrót. The Group distributes more than 100 different products, 90 percent of which are produced in Hungary.

The Government of Hungary and Coca-Cola HBC Hungary not only renew their strategic partnership agreement, which was concluded in 2012, but also leverage it to a higher level: the company will establish the largest Central European manufacturing centre of the Coca-Cola Group by the end of 2025, by implementing an investment worth of some HUF 30 billion.

In the framework of the investment, the company will implement a capacity extension project in a value of HUF 20 billion, and further investments in a value of HUF 10 billion aiming at promoting its sales activities.

As a first step in 2021, the company will install industrial robots to its headquarters in Dunaharaszti, which is also known as the largest food industry warehouse in Hungary, in order to support the warehousing operations in compliance with the Industry 4.0 era.