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We continue to support the community in the fight against the Coronavirus pandemic, and we have recently commenced the production of protective face shields in our factory in Ploiesti - with the help of a 3D printer. This idea stemmed from our production colleagues who identified this need and suggested ways of meeting it. The 3D printer was offered to us by the Coca‑Cola HBC Group, and colleagues from the factory in Ploiesti have already produced 500 face shields to be offered to our customers in fragmented trade and HoReCa. This will provide additional protection to the staff of these stores and locations. Distribution will also be to those in the most affected counties and depending on the number of registered cases; priority will be given to customers in rural areas, where the need is high.
We believe in empowering youths, which is why we remain close to them and help them discover and grow their potential. There are so many young people out there who need to be encouraged to be themselves, to trust their capacities and build their future!
We are trying to help them in the most natural way for them – delivering help directly on their mobile phones.
We are happy to announce that we have launched the Youth Empowered mobile app, that can be downloaded for free from Google Play and App Store.
We have been in Romania for over 27 years and we are more than a beverage producer: we are part of the community, part of the future of Romania. We have launched a new socio-economic impact study, which shows how important the Coca‑Cola System is to the development of the economy and community in which we operate. Find out more here.
The 2019 Dow Jones Sustainability Index – a leading global benchmark for sustainability in business – has rated Coca‑Cola HBC Europe’s most sustainable beverage company. This is the 6th time in 7 years that the company has been ranked number 1 in the index and the 9th year in a row that it has been ranked in the top three Global and European beverage companies.
We are the most desired employer in the consumer goods industry for the fifth consecutive year.
Coca‑Cola HBC, the leader of the beverage industry in Romania, is "the most desired FMCG employer" for the fifth consecutive year and one of the most appreciated employers in Romania, according to this year's Most Desired Employers ranking, developed by Catalyst Solutions.
In partnership with Paviani Eurocar, one of our main suppliers of transport services and the Scania truck manufacturer, we use a fuel-efficient truck that allows a 15% reduction in carbon dioxide emissions compared to those produced by a classic truck. As part of a pilot project, the truck will run between the 18 Coca‑Cola HBC warehouses in Romania.
'After Us, It's On Us to Collect' is the project that motivated us, this summer, to collect selectively. Now that fall is here, it's time to collect the rewards: the 16th edition of the Romanian PR Award Gala has brought us the biggest prize in the "Communication of environmental projects" category. We thank the approximately 615,000 people who have interacted with our campaign's messages and the separate collection solutions offered by our project. We also give thanks to our partners, GreenPoint, who have helped us implement these solutions.
Initiated in 2017, Youth Empowered responds to simple but very important needs of a large number of young people belonging to vulnerable categories: the lack of a job and the lack of opportunities for professional and personal development - said Irina Ionescu. Learn more about this program in her interview for Revista Piata.
This campaign highlights the people responsible for the story of Coca‑Cola HBC in Romania, which began over 26 years ago.
In the first year of implementation, Youth Empowered educational program, developed by Coca‑Cola HBC Romania in partnership with The Social Incubator Association, brought together more than 1,200 young Romanians, mostly from disadvantaged backgrounds. Starting this year, young people participating in the program will be able to attend training sessions through the available courses and the e-learning platform of the program, called DigiHub.