Supply chain

The Supply Chain plays a key role in our business, ensuring that, in all our processes, we minimise our environmental impact and ensure sustainability in our value chain. Our supply chain organisation plays a central role in managing this responsibly – from sourcing raw materials and manufacturing the end product to distributing it to our customers.

Across the Coca Cola HBC Poland and Baltics, we source ingredients, packaging, equipment and services from around 3,900 suppliers, ranging from small local firms to large international companies.

Our success lies in the competence of our employees; we focus on quality and continuously invest in advanced technologies to optimise our infrastructure.


Our Integrated Competitive Supply Chain

We work with our suppliers to build a sustainable supply chain. We invest in joint value creation programmes, ranging from developing climate-friendly cold drink equipment to increasing local beet sugar production. In our own business, we are creating a 100 percent quality culture with zero tolerance for failure to meet standards.

 

Becoming our supplier

Coca‑Cola HBC requires tier 1 suppliers to gain certification to the following standards:

  • ISO 9001 (quality);
  • ISO 14001 (environment);
  • OHSAS 18001 (health and safety).

Ingredient and packaging suppliers must also achieve certification to FSSC 22000 certification for food safety and the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI). 

Organisation of the Coca-Cola HBC Poland & Baltics Supply Chain

Production plants

  • Coca-Cola HBC Poland & Baltics supply chain 
  • Soft drink production mega-plant in Radzimin (Poland)
  • Soft drink production plant in Staniątki (Poland)
  • Natural mineral water production plant in Tylicz (Poland)
  • Natural mineral water production plant in Varena (Lithuania)


Distribution

  • Distribution centres, cross docs and other facilities - 22 locations in Poland
  • Baltic logistics center - warehouse in Kaunas (Lithuania)
  • Warehouse in Riga (Latvia)
  • Warehouse in Tallinn (Estonia)