Coke steps up production in Myanmar

coke myanmar airportUS soft drink giant Coca-Cola, which resumed business Myanmar on June 4, 2013 after a six decade-long absence, said it is planning to expand the production lines of its Yangon factory before the end of 2013.

Currently, Coca-Cola bottles it soft drinks Coke and Sprite in a joint venture with Pinya Manufacturing Co. Ltd. at a bottling plant in Hmawbi Township, a suburb of Yangon, but capacity at the site is too low.

The expansion is part of Coca-Cola’s total investment pledge of $200 million in Myanmar over the next 5 years, which is expected to create more than 20,000 direct and indirect jobs.

Pinya Manufacturing Co. Ltd. is a leading soft drink and beverage maker in Myanmar. It has already sold hundreds of millions of soft drink bottles, according to beverage market reports.



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US soft drink giant Coca-Cola, which resumed business Myanmar on June 4, 2013 after a six decade-long absence, said it is planning to expand the production lines of its Yangon factory before the end of 2013. Currently, Coca-Cola bottles it soft drinks Coke and Sprite in a joint venture with Pinya Manufacturing Co. Ltd. at a bottling plant in Hmawbi Township, a suburb of Yangon, but capacity at the site is too low. The expansion is part of Coca-Cola's total investment pledge of $200 million in Myanmar over the next 5 years, which is expected to create more than 20,000...

coke myanmar airportUS soft drink giant Coca-Cola, which resumed business Myanmar on June 4, 2013 after a six decade-long absence, said it is planning to expand the production lines of its Yangon factory before the end of 2013.

Currently, Coca-Cola bottles it soft drinks Coke and Sprite in a joint venture with Pinya Manufacturing Co. Ltd. at a bottling plant in Hmawbi Township, a suburb of Yangon, but capacity at the site is too low.

The expansion is part of Coca-Cola’s total investment pledge of $200 million in Myanmar over the next 5 years, which is expected to create more than 20,000 direct and indirect jobs.

Pinya Manufacturing Co. Ltd. is a leading soft drink and beverage maker in Myanmar. It has already sold hundreds of millions of soft drink bottles, according to beverage market reports.



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