Femsa Coca Cola - Acerca de Nosotros
- 15,306 Employees
- 846,588 Points of
- 19 Bottling
- 52 Distribution
- Coca‐Cola FEMSA Territory
27F Net Lima Building, 5th Ave cor 26th Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.
Message from our Director
When we established our operations in the Philippines following the acquisition of what was then Coca-Cola Bottlers, we wanted to bring to Philippine shores our legacy of generating economic, social, and environmental value for everyone who comes in contact with our business.
We invested in our product portfolio, we invested in a new route-to-market model across the country, and we invested in increasing our manufacturing capability across the country. Spread across practically every corner of the Philippines, Coca-Cola FEMSA Philippines plays a significant role in driving employment opportunities. As we strive to be the best employer in the Philippines, we have employed an additional 2,000 Filipinos since 2013 bringing our total employee base to around 8,000.
The largest bottler of Coca-Cola products in the world is here in this country, and is here to stay.
“We invested in our PRODUCT PORTFOLIO, in a NEW ROUTE-TO-MARKET MODEL and in INCREASING OUR MANUFACTURING "
Operation Director - Philippines
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We favor the positive transformation of the communities where we operate through Coca-Cola FEMSA’s Sustainability Strategy while simultaneously generating economic, social and environmental value.
Our Sustainability Strategy has as its foundation our Ethics and Values and is formed by three pillars: Our People, Our Planet and Our Community. Each pillar is composed by three action areas which together gather 19 focus topics where we concentrate our efforts to ensure the maximum positive impact of our actions.
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12 Aug 2017 Press ReleaseSustainability: At the Forefront of Coca-Cola FEMSA Philippines’ Community Building Efforts
Recently, Jose Ramon De Jesus Martinez Alonso, Corporate Affairs Director of Coca-Cola FEMSA (KOF), made his first visit to the Philippines on official business. One advocacy took center stage in his itinerary— sustainability, which he believes to be an integral aspect in KOF’s shared journey with the communities in which they operate.