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Coca-Cola Distribution: Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE)-Delisting

Coca-Cola Distribution Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc. (NYSE: CCE) is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, and has 11,650 full-time employees. The company is engaged in the production of non-alcoholic beverages in Belgium, France, the United Kingdom, Luxembourg, Monaco, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden. Distribution and sales.

Update:

On May 28, 2016, Coca-Cola Enterprises, Coca-Cola Iberian Partners, SA and Coca-Cola Erfrischungsgetränke AG merged to form Coca-Cola European Partners plc (NYSE:CCEP) .

Coca Cola Enterprises CCE Logo

Coca-Cola distributes Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE):

Coca-Cola Enterprises sells tea beverages, carbonated beverages, fruit juice beverages, coffee beverages, sports drinks and purified water. The main brands include: Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Coca-Cola Zero, Sprite, Fanta and Capri-Sun.

Coca-Cola Distribution Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) history:

  • In 1960, Minute Maid was acquired
  • In 1982, it acquired Columbia Pictures for $692,000, and then sold its film division to Sony for $1.5 billion
  • In 1993, acquired Indian Coke company Thumbs Up
  • In 1995, acquired Barq’s
  • In 2001, the Odwalla brand was acquired for $181,000. The company originally produced juices, wines and smoothies.
  • In 2007, acquired Fuze Beverage for $250,000
  • On February 27, 2010, Coca-Cola agreed to acquire the North American business of Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc. (CCE) through cash and debt obligations. The total transaction price was approximately US$12.17 billion, excluding CCE 34 already held by Coca-Cola. % Equity. According to the terms of the transaction, Coca-Cola will acquire CCE’s North American business, give up holding 34% of Coca-Cola’s equity (worth US$3.4 billion), and assume CCE’s US$8.88 billion debt. Coca-Cola is also in another transaction, selling bottling businesses in Norway and Sweden to CCE for US$822 million; Coca-Cola also has the right to acquire an 83% stake in Coca-Cola’s German bottling business.
  • On April 10, 2010, Coca-Cola increased its stake in British beverage company Innocent Drinks by 40%, raising its shareholding ratio to 58%. Acquired an 18% stake in Innocent for 30 million pounds ($44 million) a year ago
  • On August 15, 2014, the Coca-Cola Company acquired a 16.7% stake in Monster Beverage Corp, the second largest functional beverage producer in the United States, through an asset swap transaction for US$2.15 billion. As part of the asset exchange, the Coca-Cola Company will use its functional beverage business. Transferred to Monster, the business includes brands such as NOS, Full Throttle, Burn, Mother, Play and Power Play, and Relentless. At the same time, Monster will transfer its non-functional beverage business to Coca-Cola, which includes brands such as Hansen’s Natural Sodas, Peace Tea, Hubert’s Lemonade and Hansen’s Juice Products.
  • On August 6, 2015, Coca-Cola’s three major bottling companies in Europe [The Coca-Cola Enterprise (CCE), Coca-Cola Iberian Partnership (CCIP) and Coca-Cola’s German bottling business] announced a merger agreement and the combined company will become The world’s largest independent bottler of Coca-Cola beverages, with operations in 13 countries, annual revenue will reach 12.6 billion US dollars, and operating profit of 2.1 billion US dollars.

Coca-Cola distributes Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) investment:

Delisted due to merger, the current successor is CCEP .

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