From All Africa
Coca-Cola intends to capitalize on its new $26.7 million second plastic bottling line in Namanve to bolster its market share in Uganda’s competitive soft drink industry, management has said.
The plant started operating in December last year, and produces close to 36,000 bottles an hour. Overall, this has increased Coca-Cola’s output to about 60,000 bottles an hour. Kelvin Balogun, the President of Coca-Cola Company for Central, East and West Africa, says the new facility will be able to meet market demands within Uganda.
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