Together for what unites us: our corporate campaign

Together, we can achieve a better future.

For 48 years now, our products have been offering refreshing, enjoyable moments to thousands of Greek people. This wouldn’t have been possible without our own dedicated people, who guarantee the quality of our products, or without our customers, suppliers and associates, including the Greek businesses with whom we have joined efforts to achieve growth and development.

Our 'Together for what unites us' corporate campaign focused on all those elements that 'unite us'.

The campaign highlighted the four main pillars of our activity and was communicated through visuals, video and stories, showcasing our people and underlying our key messages.

We contribute to growth and employment

We have 1,500 employees and create thousands of indirect jobs nationwide. We produce 96 percent of our products at our facilities in Greece and export 6 percent of our total production volume. We have a robust, committed presence in Greece and have consistently invested in our operations. Total investments in 2015 stood at €28.5 million and, over 2012-2014,the investment in our operations stood at €37.1 million.

Find out more at Coca‑Cola Tria Epsilon at a glance.

We create value for the Greek market via partnerships

We have partnerships with more than 4,500 Greek producers and suppliers. They account for 90 percent of our purchasing spend. We have built long-term, trust-based relationships with more than 100,000 customers. Our annual purchasing costs reach €150 million on average, while 50,000 tons of Greek fruits are used to produce our juices and soft drinks, thereby supporting domestic production.

Find out more at Coca‑Cola Tria Epsilon at a glance.

We are committed to environmental protection

Water is a key ingredient of our products and a vital good for all. We have launched initiatives to safeguard it, such as the Mission Water programme. 

We support youth

As a company responsive to society’s needs, we strongly believe in young people and we address their needs, through innovative initiatives and measures that contribute towards a better future. Since 2012 The School You Want programme has helped to improve infrastructure at 13 schools by enabling repair and renovation work to be carried out.