The Coca-Cola Pacific Group includes a diverse group of rapidly developing markets such as China, the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam and other Southeast Asian nations, as well as the developed markets of Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korea and countries in the South Pacific.
The Pacific Group employs approximately 2,900 Company associates who work with over 30,000 bottler employees to refresh more than 240 million people across the Pacific region each day. But our work extends far beyond our business and our brands. Coca-Cola is part of the fabric of the communities in which we operate, and, in accordance with our commitment to sustainable growth, continues to make valued contributions to the Pacific region such as improving water resource management, encouraging active living and promoting recycling.
A career at The Coca-Cola Company in the Pacific Group means joining one of the world's most successful companies. It means working with the world's best brands. And it means becoming part of a working culture that recognizes people development as crucial to overall long term success.
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New Zealand: http://www.coca-colajourney.co.nz/
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