With 76 bottling plants across 28 countries, Coca-Cola Hellenic is one of Europeâ€™s largest bottlers of non -alcoholic beverages. Each year, the company sells more than two billion unit cases, making it the second most significant bottler of The Coca-Cola Company by revenue. Coca-Cola Hellenic is listed on the Athens stock exchange, with a secondary listing on the London stock exchange. Coca-Cola Hellenicâ€™s American Depository Receipts (ADRs) are listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Major shareholders are The Coca-Cola Company and the Kar-Tess Group which own 23 percent and 30 percent of its shares, respectively.
We are not currently exposed because our operations are not considered to be major sources of emissions.
uture carbon regulation may affect packaging, product delivery and distribution.
Production capabilities, supply chain, consumer demand could be affected.
Water scarcity could limit availability for our operations.
Price and availability of key crops (e.g. sugar beet) could be affected.
Lack of leadership in combatting climate change could harm our reputation.
Our investments in on-site CHP units and energy efficiency may yield increased returns as energy prices rise.
Our new cold drink equipment prepares us for possible limitations on equipment or coolants.
Water stewardship programmes protect our physical and social licence to operate.
Our new cold drink equipment is a competitive advantage with customers tackling their own footprint.
Warmer weather could lead to greater demand for our beverages.
Helping customers and consumers reduce their own footprint and promoting our efforts could deliver reputation benefits.