Coca-Cola Amatil

Coca -Cola Amatil (acronym for Allied Manufacturing and Trade Industries Limited, abbreviated CCA) is an Australian bottling company.


CCA is after the brewery Fosters the second-largest bottler of Australia, among others in the license the brands Coca Cola, Nestea, Powerade, Jim Beam, Remy Martin, Cointreau and Absolut Vodka fills. In addition, the company produces fruit and vegetable preserves and snacks.

With its products, CCA addition to supplying Australia and New Zealand also areas of the so-called "Pacific Rim " (Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, Samoa and Fiji) and Europe, the countries of Austria, Hungary, Czech Republic, Ukraine, Croatia and Slovakia and is therefore next to the Hellenic Bottling Company is one of the largest bottlers of Coca- Cola license.


The company's history goes back to the founding of the British Tobacco Company (Australia) in 1904. 1973 she was in Allied Manufacturing and Trade Industries Limited and renamed Amatil 1977. The final name change to Coca -Cola Amatil (CCA ) in 1989, as the Group is also separated from its tobacco production. Currently (2013 ) the company employs over 16,000 employees. Headquartered in North Sydney in Australia.