Our plant in Knockmore Hill is a state-of-the-art facility that produces our portfolio of beverages for the island of Ireland.
Friends, family and colleagues of the late Mr Terence Robinson gathered with members of Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council at Tom Robinson Park, beside the former Coca‑Cola factory site in Lambeg, to unveil a statue in his honour.
Recognising the achievements of the entire team and their winning mindset, the Coca‑Cola HBC Supply Chain team was awarded the greatest accolade of the night, on Thursday 8th June at the Titanic Building in Belfast.
Minimising our environmental impact across the whole value chain is a core target for Coca‑Cola HBC. We’ve been setting annual improvement targets since 2004 and are working towards ambitious 2020 goals. Read about how our Irish operations contribute to these results.
We’re a bottling partner of The Coca‑Cola Company and a member of the Coca‑Cola system, the most extensive soft drinks distribution system in the world.
Coca‑Cola HBC commits to achieving a total carbon reduction beyond 47% and also commits to achieving 50% recycled plastic (rPET) use across its portfolio
First Minister and deputy First Minister join Coca‑Cola HBC to celebrate largest investment in Knockmore Hill since the opening of the plant
Former X Factor finalist and popular Q Radio host Eoghan Quigg joined Coca‑Cola Hellenic Bottling Company (HBC) and YouthAction NI at another successful #YouthEmpowered skills day held at the YouthAction building in Belfast.