OUR HISTORY

ALWAYS BY OUR CUSTOMERS’ SIDE, TOGETHER TOWARDS AN EXCITING FUTURE.

2019

The Nogara plant inaugurates the first aseptic line in Italy for the production of non carbonated beverages with an overall investment of €45 million

The Oricola plant celebrates its first 30 years and inaugurates the new Syrup Room. In the last 10 years, Coca-Cola HBC Italia has been investing more than €30 million in the Oricola plant.

2018
2016

Coca‑Cola HBC Italia inaugurates the Combined Heat and Power (CHP) system in the Marcianise plant in the presence of the Prime Minister, Matteo Renzi.

The Nogara plant celebrates 40 years in business. Coca‑Cola HBC Italia enters the Guinness Book of Records for the largest human bottle in the world.

2015
2011

Launch of  www.lanostraricetta.it, a website dedicated to our commitments to social and environmental responsibility.  

The cogeneration plant in Nogara (Verona) starts operating.

2010
2008

Coca‑Cola HBC Italia acquires Socib, Società d’Imbottigliamento Bevande of the Capua Group, which has been operating in southern Italy since the '1960s, adding thus five southern regional districts to its market.

Coca‑Cola HBC Italia and Coca‑Cola Italia enter the mineral water market with the company Fonti del Vulture, a business with strong local roots that's known for its innovative technologies.

2006
2005

Coca‑Cola Bevande Italia is renamed Coca‑Cola HBC Italia.

Publication of Coca‑Cola Bevande Italia's first Sustainability Report.

2004
2003

Coca‑Cola Bevande Italia merges with CCB Holdings Italia, which in the same year changes its name to Coca‑Cola Bevande Italia.

1995

Coca‑Cola Bevande Italia is established by the merger of 11 bottling companies operating in Northern and Central Italy (five more joined in 1998).

Operations begin in Italy with the first Coca‑Cola manufacturing and bottling plant for Società Romana Acque Gassose.

1927