At Coca‑Cola HBC Ireland & Northern Ireland, we're firmly committed to conducting all our business activities with integrity and with respect for society and the environment.
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This statement is made by Coca‑Cola HBC Northern Ireland, (the Company) which is subject to the obligations under section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and constitutes the Company's slavery and human trafficking statement for the financial year ending 31 December 2017.
This statement also comprises voluntary information provided by Coca‑Cola HBC AG, The Company, Coca‑Cola HBC AG and its other subsidiaries are hereinafter referred to as Coca‑Cola HBC or the Group. The statement outlines the approach of the whole Coca‑Cola HBC.
This website www.coca-colahellenic.com is operated by a member of the Coca‑Cola HBC group of companies, the ultimate holding company of which is Coca‑Cola HBC AG (registered in Switzerland with company number CH-170.3.037.199-9 and registered address at Turmstrasse 26, 6300 Zug, Switzerland).
All references to 'our', 'us', 'we', or 'company' within this policy and within the opt-in notice are deemed to refer to Coca‑Cola HBC AG and its subsidiaries, as appropriate.
We recognise our three main environmental priorities of improving water and energy usage in our production processes and reducing/recycling waste across all sites and functions including packaging reduction. We are also committed to reducing the environmental impact of both our fleet and cold drink equipment.
This document outlines Coca‑Cola HBC Northern Ireland Limited’s tax strategy in the UK in accordance with Paragraph 22(2) Schedule 19 Finance Act 2016.
We aim to limit our impacts on watersheds, promote water stewardship in the communities where we operate and ensure that our use of water respects the needs of our communities.
As a member of UNESDA, we uphold its commitments on public education, healthy lifestyles, physical activity programmes, consumer information, advertising and commercial communication, research, promotions and choice.
We’ve set out the key principles of our tax policy, how we will behave and how we will manage our processes.
We look to develop relationships with suppliers that share similar values to us and conduct business in an ethical manner. We strive to treat our suppliers in the same manner we expect to be treated.
We recognise that risk management is an integral part of both sound management practice and good corporate governance.
We are committed to enhancing the reputation of the brands we produce and to maintain consumer confidence in our products through developing and implementing quality and food safety systems, standards and practices.