£21M boost for Coca-Cola Enterprise’s plant

By Rod Addy

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In the can: Coca-Cola Enterprises has invested $33M in a new canning line and other features at its Sidcup plant
In the can: Coca-Cola Enterprises has invested $33M in a new canning line and other features at its Sidcup plant

Related tags: New product development

Major investment is even more important during tough times than easy ones, according to Steve Adams, Coca-Cola Enterprise’s operations director at Sidcup.

In this podcast, he tells Rod Addy why and explains where the firm’s latest £21M investment is being directed.

The 120,000m2 ​Sidcup site’s canning line has accounted for the biggest chunk of investment, but £960,000 is also being spent on a new raw materials warehouse. Other areas that have received cash support include the factory’s plastic bottle line, aseptic filling line and new product development area.

Speaking at the Sidcup plant, Adams outlined plans to take annual output at the site from 51M cases now to 75M within the next three years.

For more on Coca-Cola Enterprise’s​investment plans for its Sidcup site, don’t miss the December issue of our sister title, Food Manufacture​. To order your copy telephone 0800 652 6512.

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