Coca-Cola Commissions New Production Line in Waco, an Industrial Info News Alert
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(Sugar Land, Texas) -- The Minute Maid Company (Sugar Land, Texas), a
subsidiary of The Coca Cola Company (NYSE:KO) (Atlanta, Georgia), has
begun commissioning a new hot-fill production line at its plant in Waco,
Texas. The new line is the 15th at the facility and will increase the
plant's production capacity of noncarbonated beverages when completed next month.
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