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CCBA is the largest Coca Cola bottler in Africa and accounts for about 40% of all Coca Cola beverage volumes in Africa, which makes it the 9th largest Coca Cola bottling partner worldwide service 12 high-growth countries; with a diverse pan-African footprint of more than 30 bottling plants servicing over 550,000 outlets and serving a consumer base of over 249 million people across the continent. CCBA has more than 15,000 employees spread across Africa, and holds the number one market position across most territories in which it trades in Africa, which include, Uganda, Mozambique, Kenya, Namibia, Ghana, Tanzania, Ethiopia, the islands of Mayotte and Comoros.
CCBSA is the South Africa division, accounting for roughly 70% of CCBA’s produced and sold volume.
The group aspiration is to be the best Coca-Cola bottler in the world and Africa’s most valuable independent food and beverage-company, driven by engaged, motivated, and capable employees. Please Login (add)
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