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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.
"For our Group, but also for Romania, the sustainability approach is very important as part of the business," said Irina Ionescu, Public Affairs & Communication Manager, Coca‑Cola HBC Romania in an interview for Biz Magazine.
We are committed together to make a difference in the community and we enjoy one more success as a team: our sustainability platform, After Us, has brought us the 1st place for Community Support, at the sixth edition of the Romanian CSR Awards Gala. Furthermore, this year's special CSR Leader distinction was awarded to Irina Ionescu, the company’s Public Affairs and Communication Manager.
The company commits to continue promoting and implementing diversity and non-discrimination principles, inclusion and equality of chances inside and outside the company, serving as an example of good practice for other companies or organizations.
Coca‑Cola HBC announces the Serbian native Jovan Radosavljevic as the new General Manager of Coca‑Cola HBC Romania, starting May 1st. Currently, he leads the operations of Pivara Skopje, a joint venture between Coca‑Cola HBC & Heineken in FYROM.
Jaak Mikkel, currently General Manager for Coca‑Cola HBC Romania will - at the same time - take over the position of General Manager for Coca‑Cola HBC Poland.
At Coca Cola HBC, we support sustainability at every level of our activity. Our performance in the field has been recognized once again this year, when we have secured a position on the Supplier Engagement Leader Board compiled by the CDP, the leading non-profit environmental disclosure platform.
Responding to the increasingly complex expectations of Romanian employees is not an easy challenge. However, Coca‑Cola HBC Romania ranks 5th among the most admired and wanted employers in Romania, according to BrandHive, a recent study conducted by Unlock Market Research, and is the only FMCG employer in top 10.
Bucharest, November 2nd, 2017 – Coca‑Cola HBC Romania, the largest beverage company in the local, enters a new category, coffee. The company announces the extension of its portfolio with a new brand, Lavazza.
Zug, Switzerland – 11 September 2017 – Coca‑Cola HBC, a leading bottler of The Coca‑Cola Company, was named today sustainability leader in the beverage industry by the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices assessment for the fourth consecutive year. Following a robust sustainability performance in 2016, particularly in the areas of labour practices, strategy for emerging markets, health and nutrition, and across the environmental dimension, the Company achieved a total score of 90, which is 38 points higher than the industry average.
Bucharest, May 31st 2017 - Coca‑Cola HBC Romania, the largest company in the local beverages industry, inaugurates today its most recent investment, of EUR 7 million: a high-speed can line in the company’s plant in Timisoara, with a maximum production capacity of 90,000 cans/hour. With this new significant investment made locally, Coca‑Cola HBC reafirms its long term and strong commitment to the Romanian market.