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Coca-Cola Amatil New Zealand has been named a finalist in the inaugural Rainbow Excellence Awards 2019.

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The Wellington Pride Parade took over the central streets of Wellington city on Saturday, 11 May. 

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Wellington Craft Brewer Fortune Favours has signed an exclusive partnership agreement with Coca-Cola Amatil NZ (Amatil) for the sale and distribution of their beer and cider range throughout New Zealand.

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Coca-Cola Amatil NZ (Amatil NZ) is one of the first companies in New Zealand to receive the Gender Tick. Along with a group of proud local companies, Amatil NZ is a foundation member of the Gender Tick programme.

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Coca-Cola Amatil New Zealand’s (Amatil NZ) National Contact Centre was recognised yet again, as one of the best Contact Centres in the country. Amatil NZ took out two of the biggest national team awards including the Diamond Award for Outbound Business to Business Calling and Industry sector award for best Consumer Support Services. Two Amatil representatives also took two out of five awards for Most Outstanding Outbound representative.

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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.

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Coca-Cola Amatil New Zealand (Amatil NZ) has received the prestigious Aon Hewitt Best Employer Accreditation for the third year in a row.

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At Coca-Cola Amatil, we create millions of moments of happiness & possibilities everyday. With Amatil X, we aim to create millions more.

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Oftentimes the pathway to the future isn't a direct one. Emma Massey, Senior Commercial Analyst at Coca-Cola Amatil started her career journey at The University of Auckland studying what all accountants must perfect to progress her accounting career - French. Eventually, Emma graduated with the unique combination of a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and a Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting.

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