Coca-Cola Amatil has announced that the SPC fruit and vegetable processing business (SPC) would be sold to Shepparton Partners Collective and its group of companies (Shepparton Partners Collective) for consideration of $40 million payable at completion. Taking into account forecasted working capital balances, working capital adjustments to the sale price and costs of disposal, a … Continue reading Coca-Cola sells iconic SPC brand
Coca-Cola Amatil has been announced as the newest member of the Business Council for Sustainable Development Australia (BCSD Australia). With approximately 12,000 employees across the Asia-Pacific region and some of Australia’s most recognisable brands including Coca-Cola, Sprite, Barista Bros, Mount Franklin, Neverfail, Grinders Coffee and Yenda, Coca-Cola Amatil is a leading name in the Australian … Continue reading Coke joins BCSD Australia
Coca-Cola Amatil will sell its fruit and vegetable processing business, SPC, which is expected to record a $10 million loss for the 2017-18 financial year. The beverage company’s decision to sell SPC comes four years after the Victorian government and Coca-Cola Amatil co-invested $100 million ($78 and $22 million respectively) to help the struggling business. … Continue reading Coca-Cola Amatil to sell SPC
Coca-Cola Amatil has partnered with three Australian start-ups that have ‘ready-to-go’ ideas to improve delivery efficiency and consumer experience in the Australian market. Amatil group director of partners, Chris Sullivan, said pilots had been agreed with Bellr, Snooper and Staybil as part of the second phase of the company’s Xcelerate program, designed to test whether … Continue reading Coca-Cola Amatil partners with three Australian start-ups
Coca-Cola Amatil has launched the latest bottling technology in its facility in Fiji at Laucala Beach Estate. The installation of Krones Blowfill technology, which is made in Germany, brings Coca-Cola Amatil Fiji into line with the latest equipment used in New Zealand, Australia and Indonesia. The new Fiji line is capable of producing 21,000 bottles … Continue reading Coca-Cola Amatil launches new bottling line in Fiji
Coca-Cola Amatil has taken a minority stake in Singapore-based restaurant tech start-up, TabSquare via its corporate venturing platform, Amatil X. TabSquare provides artificial intelligence-powered smart in-restaurant solutions to improve the restaurant experience for diners and improve operational efficiency for restaurant owners. It is the second investment made by Amatil X since its launch in April … Continue reading Coca-Cola Amatil backs restaurant tech company
Australian beverages manufacturer Coca-Cola Amatil and The Coca-Cola Company acquired 45 per cent minority interest in Australia-based Made Group. The acquisition of the company, which provides cold-pressed juices, high-protein smoothies, probiotic milk, yoghurts and coconut water, was announced on the 4th of October. Made Group is known for Australian beverage brands including Cocobella, Rokeby Farms, … Continue reading Made Group sells minority interest to Coca-Cola in Australia
Coca-Cola Amatil has opened a new bottling and warehouse facility, which is now the company’s largest plant in Australia. The facility, in Richlands, Queensland, was officially opened on the 2nd of October by Queensland’s premier Annastacia Palaszczuk. The facility supports hundreds of jobs and it is capable of manufacturing more than 90 million unit cases … Continue reading Coca-Cola Amatil opens largest Australian facility in Queensland
It’s been 80 years since the first Coke bottle rolled off the lines in Australia. Coca-Cola has grown from one famous drink, four trucks and 10 people, to more than 165 drinks and a network of thousands of employees across the country. Coca-Cola was invented by Dr. John Pemberton in 1886 in Atlanta USA and … Continue reading Coca-Cola celebrates 80 years made in Australia
Coca-Cola Amatil’s half-year results show a strong performance in New Zealand, with the Australian market showing “encouraging signs”. The half yearly results for 2018, delivered a statutory net profit, after tax, of $158.8 million. Coca-Cola Amatil group managing director Alison Watkins said the results included an excellent performance in New Zealand and strong performances in … Continue reading Coca-Cola Amatil’s half-year results show ‘encouraging signs’ in Australian Beverages
Software developed by a South Australian startup that helps hospitality venue operators engage customers in real time will be rolled out nationally. Based at the University of Adelaide ThincLab, the startup has raised $160,000 in seed capital to test their mobile platform Bellr. The app will now be activated in 150 food and beverage businesses … Continue reading Adelaide tech startup secures Vonu hospitality deal
Sydney bottle manufacturer Coca-Cola Amatil has welcomed the New South Wales Government’s decision to appoint Exchange for Change to coordinate the state’s refund Container Deposit Scheme (CDS). Exchange for Change is an industry joint venture involving Coca-Cola Amatil, Asahi, Carlton and United Breweries, Coopers and Lion. The companies will produce and distribute three quarters of … Continue reading NSW bottle companies join forces for state litter reduction scheme
Coca-Cola has today launched the new Coca-Cola No Sugar in Australia after more than five years of research, recipe mixing and flavour trials. Developed by a team of experts at the company’s US headquarters, the product has been designed to taste as similar to the original Coca-Cola Classic as possible. “We wanted the experience of … Continue reading Coca-Cola No Sugar launched in Aus
Coca-Cola Amatil’s Managing Director Australian Beverages, Barry O’Connell will step down after four years with the company.
Coca-Cola Amatil (CCA) will close its plant in South Australia in 2019 and, as a result, 180 workers will lose their jobs.
Coca-Cola South Pacific has today announced the world premiere of its new limited edition flavour, Coca-Cola Ginger, in Australia.
Coca-Cola Amatil increased profit to $198.2 million for the six months ending June, with the demand for bottled water offsetting lower soft drink sales.
Coca-Cola Amatil is seeing improved bottled water sales and market share in the year’s first six months.
Coca Cola Amatil is on the lookout for an industrial automation lead, to scope projects aiming to optimise technology investments.
Consumers can now look after their digestive health using Milkovation gluten-free probiotic starter cultures.