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Coca‑Cola HBC Poland indirectly and directly serves over 120,000 customers throughout Poland. We have a broad portfolio of products (more than 15 brands), which allows us to respond comprehensively to the needs of our suppliers and customers.
With over 100 beverage brands in different varieties, our portfolio has something for everyone.
Coca‑Cola HBC is a bottling partner of The Coca‑Cola Company and a member of the Coca‑Cola system, the most extensive beverage distribution system in the world.
Supply Chain plays a key role in our business. Each year, we produce and distribute over 1 billion of our products in Poland.
We are aware, that the company this big and prominent as Coca‑Cola HBC Polska has great influence on business environment. We cooperate with nearly 2 100 suppliers, of which around 300 of them are our partners, supplying us with raw materials, packages and marketing materials.
Coca‑Cola HBC Polska with its partners has launched a pilot edition of its program entitled #YouthEmpowered: You can do more than you think. Its aim is the vocational activation of young people who remain outside the labour market and the education system. The inauguration of the program was accompanied by a debate during which the results of a Kantar Millward Brown survey of the group to which the program is addressed were presented.
Together with University students from Łódź, the employees of Coca‑Cola HBC Polska set the World Guinness Records in opening Coca‑Cola bottles in a relay. The initiative was also held as a charity event. Every opened Coca‑Cola bottle provided one bottle of Cappy juice, which will be given to the children of the Small Children’s Orphanage in Łódź (Dom Dziecka dla Małych Dzieci w Łodzi).
Coca‑Cola HBC Polska, the leader of the non-alcoholic beverages industry, joined the partnership for the implementation of the Strategic Development Goals (SDG’s), submitted two environmental commitments. The Company signed the declaration during a conference “The 2030 Agenda for sustainable development - goals for the world, challenge for the country, responsibility for all”, organised under the auspices of the Ministry of Development.