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Coca‑Cola HBC Russia is a place where talented people can grow and reach their full potential. Here’s where you can search for the opportunity that’s right for you.
We're an active member of the Russian community, bringing economic benefits through our core business activities while also supporting community investment programmes.
From moulding and water purification through to packaging and storage.
Coca‑Cola HBC is one of the largest bottlers and vendors of The Coca‑Cola Company. We've been producing and delivering non-alcoholic soft drinks of the highest quality consistently since 1981.
Sustainability is integrated across every aspect of our business as we look to create and share value for all our stakeholders.
Go behind the scenes at our Moscow plant to see how we produce one of the world's most famous drinks.
We manage our operations in the best interest of our customers, suppliers and employees, aiming for operational excellence across the value chain.
Coca‑Cola HBC's vision is to be the leading beverage company in every country in which it does business; our strategy, values and purpose support this goal.
It’s normal when city streets, even entire cities are named after famous people. A famous twin gave his name to Rome, and the US capital bears the name of that nation’s first president, George Washington. You know that already, everybody knows that. However, we can bet you don't know that Coca‑Cola HBC Russia's Rostov-on-Don plant has named a bottling line after its best employees. How did that happen? Hold on, we're going to tell you.
How would you introduce your country to a foreign friend? We believe that you’d start by describing the key features of your home country, its people, nature, the place you were born or grew up in. Multon has come up with another unconventional way to do this: by pouring… a glass of juice. So this is how it works.