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area. The diversity strategy, which is detailed on page 12, centres on attraction, inclusion and retention of a diverse range of talent and has resulted in a marked progress towards achievement of our gender diversity and indigenous employment targets. The belief that a truly diverse culture not only drives better business outcomes but enables innovation and change, is led from the top of the organisation and embraced by all employees.
Coca-Cola Amatil was formed following a major re-organisation in 1989 of Amatil Limited, one of Australia's oldest corporations. In 1989/1990 Coca-Cola Amatil sold it's interests in poultry, tobacco, communications and packaging, leading to a concentration on its core businesses of beverages and snack foods.
The involvement of Coca-Cola Amatil in the beverages industry dates back to 1964 with the company's acquisition of Shelleys and Marchant in Australia. In 1965, the company bought an interest in Coca-Cola Bottlers in Perth. A year later the company took control of the Perth operation, and acquired Coca-Cola Bottlers in Melbourne. Over the next 25 years, Amatil acquired Coca-Cola Bottlers in Geelong, Brisbane, Sydney, Newcastle and Port Macquarie.
In 1982 Amatil made its first beverages investment overseas with the acquisition of Coca-Cola bottling franchises in Vienna and Graz, Austria. In 1993 Coca-Cola Amatil sold its snack foods interests to United Biscuits and, as a result, now focuses entirely on beverages. Coca-Cola Amatil rapidly expanded its global business to include operations in many European and Asia-Pacific countries. In 1998 the European operations were established as a separate European Headquartered anchor bottler company (Coca-Cola Beverages Plc)...
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