Coca-Cola Canada to invest $8 million in its Hamilton facility


Published May 8, 2023 at 11:07 am

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Coca-Cola Canada Bottling Limited (Coke Canada Bottling) announced last week that it plans to invest more than $8 million over the next three years in its local distribution centre in the City of Hamilton.

These investments will ensure the Hamilton Distribution Centre receives enhanced equipment and infrastructure.

The distribution centre will undergo several improvements, including roof and pavement repairs, column refurbishment, and the installation of new exterior fencing.

“As Hamilton’s local bottler, we are committed to investing in our future in the city and surrounding areas as we continue to grow our local business,” said Todd Parsons, CEO of Coke Canada Bottling, in a statement.

The facility upgrades will begin this month and will be completed in phases over the next three years.

“We are a family-owned business guided by our mission to create a better future for our customers, consumers, and communities. We’re on a journey to become the leading beverage partner in Canada, and we know that to achieve this, we must fuel our growth through investments,” Parsons added.

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