|Founded 📆||1946 Santiago, Chili|
|Headquarters 🏙️||, |
Areas served 🗺️
|Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay|
|Miguel Ángel Peirano (CEO)|
Number of employees
Coca-Cola Andina is among the three largest Coca-Cola bottlers in Latin America, serving franchised territories with almost 52 million inhabitants, where it delivered more than 4.7 billion liters of soft drinks, juices and bottled waters in 2014. Coca-Cola Andina has the franchise to produce and market Coca-Cola products in certain territories of Argentina (through Embotelladora del Atlántico), Brazil (through Rio de Janeiro Refrescos) and Chile (through Embotelladora Andina) and throughout the territory of Paraguay (through Paraguay Soft drinks). The Society is controlled equally by the Chadwick Claro, Garcés Silva, Hurtado Berger, Said Handal and Said Somavía families. The company's value creation proposal is to be a leader in the alcoholic beverage market, developing a relationship of excellence with the consumers of its products, as well as with its workers, customers, suppliers and with its strategic partner The Coca-Cola Company.
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