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Coca-Cola to inaugurate €16 mln filling line in Hungary

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The aseptic filling line, which lets Coca-Cola fill non-carbonated beverages into PET bottles without preservatives, cost the group €16 million. “The capacity of this line is over 30 million liters per year, so we planned to produce for export as well, but Hungarian demand is growing rapidly and will probably soon use the entire capacity," Robert Murray, managing director of Coca-Cola Beverages Hungary, told Business Hungary earlier this year. The new filling line will be officially inaugurated on 5 October. (portfolio.hu)

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