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61. Coca-Cola HBC

Published 09/04/2012

General manager: Marcel Martin

Employment: 665

Turnover: £205.1m

Pretax profit: £4.2m

Coca-Cola HBC Northern Ireland is a wholly owned subsidiary of the 28-country Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company, and has been operating in Northern Ireland for almost 70 years.

In 2010 First Minister Peter Robinson and Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness attended the officialy opening of its new £93.5m manufacturing facility at Knockmore Hill in Lisburn, Co Antrim.

Around 600 people work at the site, which has the capacity to make 1.5m of Coca-Cola drinks every day.

The company’s product portfolio includes Deep RiverRock water, Fruice fruit juice, Powerade, Appletiser, and carbonated soft drinks such as Coca- Cola, Diet Coke and Fanta.

Contact Us

Knockmore Hill,

12 Lissue Road,


Co Antrim

BT28 2SZ

Tel: 028 9264 2000

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