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+375 172 10 0210
Address: Coca-Cola Beverages Belorussiya FE, Kolyadichi, Minsk District, 223010, Belarus
080 020 100 (toll-free)
Address: Coca-Cola HBC Bulgaria, Coca-Cola Business Center, 8 Racho Petkov Kazandzhiyata Str., Sofia, 1766, Bulgaria
+372 650 31 00
Address: Coca-Cola HBC Estonia, Mustamae tee 16, Tallinn 10617, Estonia
+370 5219 9104
Address: Coca-Cola HBC Lithuania, Seimyniskiu g. 21B, Vilnius, LT-09200, Lithuania
+373 224 70 777
Address: Coca-Cola HBC Moldova, 42 Industriala str., Chisinau, 2023, Republic of Moldova
Coca‑Cola HBC Russia works with more than 200,000 customers around the country; we're recognised as a strong partner who consistently exceeds expectations.
Customers are at the heart of everything we do. Our Customer Care Centre means we can respond to your needs promptly and effectively. If you'd like to order products, get technical support for cold drink equipment, start working with us or have any questions or concerns, simply ring the 24/7 free customer hotline on +7 800 700 7777.
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The Company has been offering online tours of Coca‑Cola bottling plants for years, but there have been no similar tours of its juice facilities until now. And yet, there are plenty of myths and falsehoods circulating about juices. In order to dot every i and cross every t and finally give the world a full and honest disclosure of all the stages of juice-making at our facilities, Multon has come up with an interactive tour of production of Dobry juice – Russia’s favorite juice brand.
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.