Nigerian Bottling Company

The Nigerian Bottling Company Plc (NBC) was incorporated in November 1951, as a subsidiary of the A.G. Leventis Group with the franchise to bottle and sell Coca-Cola products in Nigeria. Nigerian Bottling Company Plc is one of the few multinational organizations that had its beginnings in Nigeria. From a small family owned operation at inception, The Company has grown to become the predominant bottler of alcohol-free beverages in Nigeria, responsible for the manufacture and sale of over 33 different Coca-Cola brands.

Production began in 1953 at a bottling facility in Ebute-Metta, Lagos. Over the years production capacity has grown and it presently has 13 bottling facilities and over 80 distribution warehouses located across the country.
Since production started, NBC Plc has remained the largest bottler of non-alcoholic beverages in the country in terms of sales volume, with about 1.8 billion bottles sold per year, making it the second largest market in Africa.
Today, they are a part of the Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling company (Coca-Cola Hellenic), one of The Coca-Cola Company’s largest anchor bottlers worldwide. Coca-Cola Hellenic operates in 28 countries, serves more than 560 million consumers and with 2.1 billion unit cases sales in 2009.

The company is driven by over 6000 employees, a culture of passion for excellence, sophisticated technology and the best distribution network in the country. With 13 high performing bottling plants, over 80 depots and over 200,000 sales outlets nationwide.
NBC  supply some of the most ubiquitous and best known brands including: Coca-Cola, Fanta, Sprite, Schweppes, Eva Water and Five Alive.

Head office is located at Iddo House, Iddo, Lagos, Ebute Metta, Lagos.




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