Coca-Cola To Restructure Operations


 Coca-cola Company, one of the wold's leading brands has made announcements that there would be a new streamlined international structure to align operating units against its global bottling footprint and to promote and develop Coca-cola leaders.

 This was announced by the Chief executive Officer, Muhthar Kent, who said the move will lay the foundation for strong leadership and management continuity for the company.
 The Chief Operating Officer, James Quincey also added that as the company continues to implement its five strategic actions for growth, it is critical that organizational structure enables the speed, agility and inspirational leadership that are necessary to win today and in the future.
 He said, Nigeria will now host the newly formed west Africa Business Unit which will be based in Lagos and oversee Coca-cola's operations across 31 countries with Peter Njonjo as the President.
 It includes the reassignment of Kelvin Balogun, who is currently the President for Coca-cola central, East and West Africa, as the President of the newly formed South and East Africa business unit. The changes is expected to take effect from August.