CBCThe Central America Bottling Corporation –cbc- is a beverage corporation founded in 1885 with operations in Central America, The Caribbean, and South America having the biggest portfolio of the region which is made-up of its strategic partners’ global brands and its own important brands. It has been the bottler of PepsiCo since 1942, being the oldest bottler outside the United States, and due to its performance it has been awarded as the Best Latin America Bottler of the Year in more than one opportunity and as the Best Global Bottler in 2012. It also has established a partnership with Ambev of the AbInBev Group for the development of the beer market in the Central America area. Cbc has a business unit dedicated to the development of nutritious drinks such as juice, nectars, and yogurt. Its vision is “to be the best operator of drinks of the Americas and contribute to a better world”; that is why it is strongly committed to the sustainable development by incorporating the best practices at world level for the efficient usage of the resources and prevention of an environmental impact in its operations. Besides, it develops programs and projects that contribute to the education and environmental management improvement in the differentcountries where it works while directs its programs of corporate responsibility for the generation of shared value.

For more information, visit: www.cbc.co

 

Rosa Maria de Frade - CBC“In cbc we contribute to the environmental management improvement of the countries where we operate through different programs and projects that involve the participation of the communities and local authorities. These efforts are complemented with national and international alliances, being one of the most important for cbc the alliance that allow us to contribute to the carrying-out of Eco Challenge which motivates young entrepreneurs to propose creative ideas for the solution of environmental problems. We believe that this initiative highly increases the potential of the participants to provide better development opportunities to their communities.”

Rosa María de Frade
Corporate Affairs
CBC

PostobonPostobón SA, is part of the Ardila Lülle Organization (OAL) and the leading business nonalcoholic beverage company in Colombia. Has the portfolio of categories and brands developed innovative country.

With over 110 years of permanence and tradition in Colombia, is actively involved in economic and social development of the country, generating shared stakeholder value.

It has 12,500 direct and indirect employees, operating 23 plants, 66 distribution centers serving 490,000 customers in Colombia.

It has a portfolio of over 35 own brands where Postobón, Colombian and Britain in gaseous and Mr. Tea, Hit, and Cristal in noncarbonated brands are highlighted; also is the Pepsi bottler for Colombia, and distributes Canada Dry brands and Gatorade.

For more information, visit: www.postobon.com

 

Rosa Maria de Frade - CBC“In cbc we contribute to the environmental management improvement of the countries where we operate through different programs and projects that involve the participation of the communities and local authorities. These efforts are complemented with national and international alliances, being one of the most important for cbc the alliance that allow us to contribute to the carrying-out of Eco Challenge which motivates young entrepreneurs to propose creative ideas for the solution of environmental problems. We believe that this initiative highly increases the potential of the participants to provide better development opportunities to their communities.”

Paula Restrepo
Directora Sostenibilidad
Postobón