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Consortium Of China’s Coke Bottlers Has Reaped Significant Benefits

May 1, 2021: 12:00 AM EST
The China Bottlers Purchasing Consortium (CBPC), a Coca-Cola/bottlers group created in 2002 to share procurement knowledge and best practices, has become an effective way for Coca-Cola to undertake supply chain initiatives, including implementing World Class Operations (WCO) across the supply network. The eleven suppliers who now comprise the CBPC WCO are strongly focused on operational excellence, a priority that has helped them achieve a turnaround in performance, revenue, and growth. Between November 2017 and March 2020, the collective value of the profit improvement projects (PIPs) undertaken across the supplier network totaled more than $800,000. Other benefits for Consortium members include increased competitive advantages, reduced materials waste, the creation of sustainable value for customers, and reduced consumption of electricity and water.
Graeme Faulkner, "Coca-Cola Suppliers in China Share Their Quest to Become World-Class", Industry Week, May 01, 2021, © Endeavor Business Media LLC
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