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Future-proof your production: Coca-Cola Europacific Partners’ pioneering role in sustainable manufacturing

In today’s rapidly evolving industrial landscape, sustainability has shifted from a mere goal to an operational necessity.

Leading this transformative wave in Australia and beyond, Coca-Cola Europacific Partners (CCEP) has set a remarkable benchmark by upgrading their cooling systems across German facilities, drastically cutting electricity usage by 90 per cent and bolstering operational reliability.

This proactive approach is a cornerstone of CCEP’s broader commitment to reducing its carbon footprint, with a target to slash greenhouse gas emissions by 30 per cent by 2030 and achieve climate neutrality by 2040. The strategic integration of Rittal’s Blue e+ cooling units demonstrates how advanced climate control technologies can significantly diminish environmental impact, ensuring compliance with global sustainability standards while maintaining high production quality and safety.

As Australian manufacturers work towards net-zero emissions, the importance of adopting sustainable production processes is increasingly critical. CCEP’s efforts highlight how innovative climate control solutions can significantly reduce ecological footprints and lead the transition towards sustainable industrial practices. This commitment not only meets current environmental requirements but also lays a foundation for future manufacturing generations.

CCEP’s adoption of sophisticated climate control systems signals the start of a broader shift towards sustainable practices that promise to reshape the global manufacturing landscape.

For more insights into how CCEP is leading the way in energy-efficient innovation, read the full case study here.

 

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