At Swire Coca-Cola, USA we proudly create the magical feelings, special times and great taste of America's favorite beverages. Our commitment to excellence guides our actions with our employees, customers and communities. Swire Coca-Cola, USA produces, sells and distributes Coca-Cola and other beverages, including more than 300 brands across 13 states. The company’s territory includes parts of Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington and Wyoming. With 6,700 employees and headquarters in Draper, Utah, Swire Coca-Cola, USA is a subsidiary of Swire Pacific Limited (HKSE: 00019/00087) ( as part of its beverages division.

Swire Coca-Cola, USA
Management Systems Policy
Issued: 05/05/2011

The Swire Coca-Cola, USA Bottling Company is committed to continually improve the performance of its Management System and its effectiveness on how it complies with local, state and federal laws, statutes, and regulations, company requirements, including those required for food safety, the requirements of The Coca-Cola Management System, ISO 22000, ISO/TS-22002-1, ISO 9001, ISO 14001, and OHSAS 18001, and its commitment to food safety. Additionally, the organization is committed to how it effectively utilizes resources and prevents pollution while complying with relevant legislation and regulations, and with other requirements to which the organization subscribes while being committed to protect worker and public safety by addressing plant specific impacts to the quality, environment, safety risks, and food safety risks when identified.

Through the Strategic (Annual) Business Planning Process, the Swire Coca-Cola, USA Bottling Company establishes key business, quality, environmental, OHS, and food safety objectives and metrics and utilizes its Management Review Process to review these key business results that includes energy conservation and efficient use of resources and raw materials.

This policy is reviewed on an ongoing basis through its Management Review Process to ensure that it is appropriate to the nature, scale and environmental impacts of its activities, products or services. Additionally, it is communicated and understood within the organization and is made available to persons working on behalf of the organization, the public and other interested parties. Associates within the organization equate this policy to:

“Ensuring the customer a safe and quality product by giving them:

What they want,

When they want it,

How they want it,

Through Safe and Green Practices”.

Management Review Team