Lisburn Production Facility wins £17 Million Coca-Cola HBC Investment

To show its dedication to achieving a NetZero future, Coca-Cola HBC Ireland and Northern Ireland have invested an impressive £17 million into the production facility at Knockmore Hill in Lisburn. This investment demonstrates their commitment to creating a more sustainable environment for generations to come. Amidst esteemed local representatives, Rt Hon Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, Chris Heaton-Harris MP made the announcement at the plant.

This expansion will create 35 new and permanent roles, with the recruitment process having already begun. This investment brings the total amount invested in this facility to a whopping £127 million since its opening twelve years ago! To reach their NetZero ambition, this investment will fund initiatives to improve energy efficiency and reduce carbon emissions throughout the facility’s operations. This includes implementing environmentally friendly packaging, water conservation strategies and augmenting the utilisation of recycled plastic materials.

After a strenuous and demanding competition, Coca-Cola HBC Ireland and Northern Ireland emerged as the strongest among its European counterparts in the tender process. Companies have great expectations for Coca-Cola HBC’s potential to grow and sustain itself into the future, as shown by their selection.

This generous investment is a strong endorsement of the food production industry in Northern Ireland, signifying trust and belief. Coca-Cola HBC’s dedication to sustainability and progress is demonstrated in this investment, offering inspiration for other companies seeking ways to grow or embrace more efficient operations down the line.

News Credit: Coca-Cola HBC Ireland and Northern Ireland announces £17m expansion in Lisburn

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