Latest news

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Coca-Cola Amatil today announced the launch of its redesigned corporate website, ccamatil.com, another step in the company’s digital transformation.

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One of the most popular events on the Kiwi Christmas calendar,  Coca-Cola Christmas in the Park has been cancelled for the first time in 26 years due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Pizza and Coke! It’s been long spruiked as the perfect match in heaven and today Domino’s confirms it couldn’t keep the two from each other for much longer, announcing that Coca-Cola Amatil will once again be the Company’s beverage supplier of choice.

New Zealand at a glance

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Employees

1,000

With headquarters in Auckland, we directly employ approximately 1,000 people across New Zealand.

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Best Bottler

#2

Our team in New Zealand has been recognised as the #2 ‘Best Bottler in the World’ by The Coca-Cola Company for two years in a row.

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Brands

32

We prepare, sell and distribute 32 non-alcoholic beverage brands to approximately 17,400 customers.

Discover more in our 2019 Annual Report.

Meet our people

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COVID-19: Protecting Our Front Line Staff And Minimising Risks of Transmission

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Coca-Cola Amatil New Zealand (Amatil NZ) has won the prestigious gold medal in the 500+ Employees category at the HRD Employer of Choice Awards 2019.

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Coca-Cola Amatil NZ recognised as one of New Zealand’s Best Employers four years running.

Sustainability in New Zealand

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Sugar reduction target

20%

in sugar grams per 100ml by 2025 in New Zealand.

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Recycled plastic

100%

recycled plastic for all single-serve soft-drink plastic bottles and all water bottles in New Zealand.

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Renewable energy

100%

electricity from renewable sources

Discover more about sustainability in New Zealand.

Sustainability news in New Zealand

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Coca-Cola Amatil (NZ) has welcomed the Government’s announcement that work has begun to develop a beverage Container Return Scheme (CRS) for New Zealand.

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Coca-Cola Oceania and Coca-Cola Amatil Jointly Announce a Major Increase in Recycled Plastic

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Ten leading businesses are backing a new diagnostic study of New Zealand’s entire plastic packaging system. The work will identify key challenges and interventions for the adoption of a circular economy approach to plastics.