Corporacion Lindley-Arca Continental Alliance launched its new plant in Pucusana district, Peru, last week.
The facility represents a $200 million investment and features the most recent technology to produce both sparkling and still beverages. The structure enables the company to expand operations, reduce its environmental impact, improve processes and contribute to the economic development of the region.
“We truly believe in our country’s potential, and we bet on continued investments, always respectful of the environment, to drive progress and sustainable growth,” Lindley Chief Executive Officer Jose Borda said.
The new facility will supply the Lima region, Central Highlands and surroundings, which corresponds to 55 percent of the country’s volumes.
“This is, without question, one of the most modern and innovative production facilities of the Coca-Cola system in South America and represents the commitment of the Corporacion Lindley–Arca Continental Alliance to the well-being of the community, the development of its collaborators and the service excellence for its clients and consumers,”
Arca Continental Chief Executive Officer Francisco Garza Egloff said.