ATLANTA – Coca-Cola North America recently concluded efforts to return ownership of bottling operations in the United States to local business owners. A diverse network of nearly 70 independent Coca-Cola bottlers – multinational owners to multigenerational family businesses – is now operating as a coordinated, but local and independent, system
CCBF Leadership changes to adjust to the changing market and a new addition to the team. Adding Jane Grout as Vice President, Customer Relationship Management. Mark Pitts – Mark Pitts, currently Vice President, Food Service and On-Premise will move into the newly created position of Vice President, Corporate Development.Joe Gentry has been named Vice President and General Manager of the Company’s South Florida Region.Jeff Ortmeier has been named Vice President and General Manager of the Company’s North Florida Region.
Coca-Cola Beverages Florida (“Coca-Cola Florida”) announced today that it has appointed David Cross, Terrence Gee, Erika Noonburg-Morgan, Deborah Pond and Jason Reed as Senior Vice Presidents; and Erin Black as a Vice President of the company.
The proposed expansion will give CCBF exclusive distribution rights in South Florida, and will include the acquisition of sales and distribution centers in Hollywood, South Dade, West Palm Beach, and Big Pine Key
The proposed expansion will give CCBF exclusive distribution rights in North Florida, and will include the acquisition of sales and distribution centers in Orlando, Jacksonville, Brevard, Gainesville, and Daytona
Coca-Cola Beverages Florida is proud to announce that it has signed a letter of intent with The Coca-Cola Company to acquire four production facilities in the Florida cities of Hollywood, Jacksonville, Orlando, and Tampa