New Beverage Bottling Plant

After investing $20 million, Bepensa Dominicana began operating its new beverage production plant with the capacity to fill and bottle 50,000 units per hour.

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Representatives of the company dedicated to the production of beverages of Coca-Cola brands in the Dominican Republic, informed that the industrial plant is designed to operate without interruptions, and will be used to bottle 12-ounce, 1.25-liter, 2-liter and 2.5-liter beverages.

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Juan Manuel Ponce, Bepensa's shareholder, told that "... the magnitude of this operation will exponentially increase our production capacity of Coca-Cola beverages and, consequently, will generate an important production chain."

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Ponce added that "... this introduction shows the Mexican group's commitment to keep contributing to the development of the Dominican industry, 'and to keep the trajectory we have been taking for 12 years, in which we have invested more than US$350 million in the country'."

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