Analysis Of Coca-Cola Bottling Indonesia

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Beyond the satisfaction of doing the right thing, our responsibility goes to the Indonesian people whose lives touch every day, and that responsibility includes conducting their business in ways that protect environment and promote the health and safety of our employees at the work places. Environment policy: PT. Coca-Cola Bottling Indonesia has commitment to always comprehend, prevent and reduce any negative impacts on environment due to its production process, to continuously provide high quality services and products to its customers and consumers, and to create a safe working environment. (The Coca-Cola Company environment,, 2011) 6. Legal Legal aspect emphasizes on the effect of the national and world legislation.…show more content…
2007). With a diversified product portfolio, CCL owns high market share throughout the worldwide areas. Furthermore, in terms of internal operational systems, CCL has advanced inventory management system by innovating wireless technology, which could check the stocks of vending machines. This system meets consumption needs immediately so that it helps to build the consumer confidence in the channel of vending machine (Euromoniter International 2012). Additionally, applying with the supply chain-remodeling program Project Jupiter, it has upgraded physical distribution capability to accomplish its customers’ requirements more efficiently and effectively (CCL Annual Report 2012). It also helps to reduce the delivery costs and greenhouse gas…show more content…
The ongoing price war between Pepsi and CCL has brought serious influence on CCL’s net earnings in the first quarter in 2013 (Williams 2013). Another threat would be health and wellness concern, which may discourage the consumption of fizzy drinks over the future periods (Euromoniter International 2012). In addition, CCL would face more competition after re-entering the beer industry. Two main competitors, Lion and Fosters, account for 41% and 48% of the total market market respectively (Wilson 2012). There are also around 200 microbreweries and more emerging each day in Australia (Carey 2012). More challenges arise from the rising power of the supermarket chains, especially their private label products. The sales of supermarkets’ private label products make up a high percentage in packaged liquor retail marker, for instance Coles and Woolworth (Ferguson

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