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Coca-Cola Bangladesh unveils sustainability highlights report

  • Staff Correspondent
  • 30 September, 2021 12:00 AM
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Coca-Cola Bangladesh unveils sustainability highlights report

Coca-Cola Bangladesh has unveiled its sustainability highlights report on Covid-19 response, women empowerment, world without waste and water initiatives.

The report is the company’s maiden sustainability performance disclosure, highlighting the impact of the company has created in the community along with the key sustainability initiatives across the value chain, said a press release.

Coca-Cola Bangladesh Managing Director Ta Duy Tung said, “Our sustainability goals are in line with United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals [SDGs].”

The Coca-Cola System in Bangladesh, with its two bottling partners – International Beverages Private Limited (IBPL) and Abdul Monem Limited (AML), has worked on several sustainability projects in the last year including Covid-19 response, women empowerment, world without waste efforts, water initiatives and sustainable agricultural water management among other projects.

International Beverages Private Limited Managing Director Tapas Kumar Mondal said that the first ever sustainability highlights report is a major step of the company’s sustainability journey and an update of the system’s commitment to Bangladesh and stakeholders.

“Our ESG priorities are supportive of a ‘Clean and Green Bangladesh’ and through our initiatives we pledge our support to climate resilience that will help Bangladesh achieve its SDGs,” he added.

Abdul Monem Limited Additional Managing Director ASM Mohiuddin Monem said, “Our sustainability efforts continue to focus on the areas of waste management, water stewardship, women empowerment and efficient and sustainable operations.”