About Us

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Refresco is world’s largest independent bottler of beverages for retailers and A-brands with production in Europe, North America and Mexico.

With production in Europe, North America and Mexico our global sourcing and local R&D capabilities offer an almost unlimited variety of products, manufactured to customer specifications and requirements.

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Vision and strategy

"Our drinks on every table" is our vision for Refresco. Although the drinks we produce for our customers do not carry our name, we take pride in the bottling and packaging solutions we provide and take responsibility for the quality of what we deliver. This vision encompasses our existing soft drinks and fruit juices proposition, but it does not limit us to this. It opens up many more possibilities. It provides the context in which we make our strategic decisions about the markets we choose to operate in and the types of drinks we choose to produce.

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Our customers

From leading multi-national brands to national and international retailers, our diverse customer base reflects the ultimate scalability and flexibility of our operations.

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Our products and services

From sourcing the best quality raw materials at the best possible price, through category management and new product development, it’s our aim to be the best at every step.

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"We can accommodate the wishes of our customers no matter what consumers choose."

Our history

Refresco was founded in 1999 with a management buyout from a major Dutch dairy group. Since then the company has complemented its manufacturing footprint by acquiring local bottling companies and integrating them into one corporate structure, thereby offering customers access to more markets, products and technologies. Today our manufacturing footprint is the broadest in Europe and with the recent acquisition of Cott’s bottling activities in North America we can now offer our services on both key markets.
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