Jobseekers gain 'Skills for Work' at Coca-Cola HBC Ireland

As part of ECR's 'Feeding Ireland's Future' initiative, Coca-Cola HBC Ireland once again hosted 40 jobseekers from across North Dublin for 'Skills for Work Week 2016'.

Now in its third year, the initiative brings Irish companies in the retail, food and beverage industries together to offer pre-employment skills and training to young unemployed people between the ages of 18 - 24. During the week, employees at Coca-Cola HBC shared their knowledge and experience with the programme participants to help them to develop skills needed for a career in the food and drink industry or other sectors.

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New 'Ripple' bottle design launched across Deep RiverRock 500ml range

Deep RiverRock has launched a new pack design across its 500ml range, introducing a bold 'ripple' effect across the front of the bottle and enhancing the impact of the logo with a higher placement of the label. The new, sleeker, bottle shape better reflects the modernised Deep RiverRock logo, which was refreshed in 2015 and the Still bottle is now 16% lighter, in the latest in a series of sustainability achievements by Coca-Cola HBC.

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Sustainable Future 'in the can' with Prosperity Agreement

Local Coca-Cola Bottling Company Sustainable future “in the can” as it signs Prosperity Agreement: Durkan

Coca-Cola HBC Ireland and Northern Ireland has committed to a Prosperity Agreement with Environment Minister Mark H Durkan and the Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA). As part of this agreement, we have committed to reducing our carbon emissions by up to 15% by 2019.

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Coca-Cola Zero Belfast Bikes celebrates first birthday

Coca-Cola Zero Belfast Bikes

Coca Cola Zero Belfast Bikes celebrates its first birthday following a successful year that saw the people of Belfast take Northern Ireland’s flagship public bike scheme to their hearts.

Since the initiative was launched on 27 April 2015, usage has grown steadily with more than 191,000 journeys undertaken by the scheme’s almost 6,000 annual and casual users. The bikes have travelled estimated 174,000 km - a distance equal to four times the circumference of the Earth.

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Have you ever wondered how Coca-Cola
is made?

The Coca-Cola Visitors Experience

The Coca-Cola Visitors Experience at Coca-Cola HBC's state-of-the-art plant in Lisburn is open for visitors, offering a glimpse into the past, present and future of the world's number one soft drink.

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