1.1 HISTORICAL INFORMATION
The Nigeria Bottling Company Plc is a main of a range of soft drink and is known to be the longest of a soft drink.
The company was in corporated on 22nd of November 1951 in Lagos and since then, they has spread it network of branches all over Nigeria. At present, it has an issue over N20 million Naira. The company is jointly owned and managed by Nigerian and foreigners but the majority of shares are owned by Nigerians.
The Onitsha branch (plant) of the company, which was established in January 1978, and it is the main focus of this research work. The plant has an average production rate over 50,000 crated drinks per day. The brand soft drinks manufactured by the company are:
Coke products:- (1) Cokes, Fanta Orange, Sprite and Krest Soda, other are: Krest Tonic, Krest Bitter Lemon. Ginger all, Fanta Lemon and Fanta Chapman. The newest product in the market now is Fanta Black and diet coke. The Onitsha Plant is mange by Mr. Steve Okolo-Solo while the personnel manager is Mr. Marshall Enudi, slaes manager Mr. Ishaka Salami and the financial manager Mr. Samusi Kasaki
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