The American beverage manufacturer Coca-Cola is building new production facilities in Dorsten in response to the increased demand for non-carbonated beverages.
The Dorsten plant, which this year won the Europe-wide Environment Award, presented for the first time by Coca-Cola, will produce beverages in smaller packaging for the retail trade, primarily for north-western Germany. Beverages will be filled in 0.25 to 1.0 liter disposable deposit PET bottles. In view of rising demand, Coca-Cola is investing around 25 million euros in the new plant at the Dorsten site. This will create 10 new jobs.
The brand operates a total of 16 bottling plants in Germany with Coca-Cola European Partners Deutschland GmbH.