New Coca-Cola bottling headquarters opens in Bay

2018-04-18 06:02

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The opening of the bottling facility is also said to be part of creating a first-class working environment for the staff, with a design that truly reflects the ambition of CCBA on the African continent.

According to a media statement by the company, the new CCBA head office is being rented from the developers, which adds additional value, with Port Elizabeth being a far more cost-effective place to base a head office versus rental prices in Johannesburg.

The new head office was created by developers Jenz Heinberg to meet the growing needs of CCBA and will be home to 102 employees.

According to the statement, DHK Interior Design Architects had created a modern and artistically functional building, and local street artist Joff was commissioned for some of the interior artwork.

CCBA chairman Phil Gutsche, said Port Elizabeth had played an important role in the history of Coca-Cola in South Africa.

“The modernity of the new building reflects the company’s ambitious growth strategy aligned with the Coca-Cola company’s 2020 vision and will be supported through investment in manufacturing, sales, distribution and marketing,” Gutsche said.


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