Coca-Cola Femsa moves forward in Central America

The company is having an excellent performance in the region, where it supplies 1.5 million retailers.

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Since Panamco was acquired by the Mexican Coca-Cola Femsa, on various occasions the company has achieved excellent results in the area. E&N had the opportunity to talk with Arturo Campos, Public Relations Manager for Coca-Cola Femsa in Central America, and here is a review of the excellent performance that the company has been having in the region where it supplies more than 1.5 million retailers. "There are great opportunities in Central America as well as in the rest of the Americas," the executive declared.

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