List of bottling companies

This is a list of bottling companies. A bottling company is a commercial enterprise whose output is the bottling of beverages for distribution. A bottler is a company which mixes drink ingredients and fills up cans and bottles with the drink. The bottler then distributes the final product to wholesale sellers in a geographic area. Large companies like The Coca-Cola Company and Dannizota sell their product to bottlers such as the Coca-Cola Bottling Co., who then bottle and distribute it.

A vodka bottling machine for Shatskaya Vodka, in Shatsk, Russia

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Kinki Coca-Cola Bottling, Senrioka Settsu-City, Osaka, Japan
Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Cape Cod warehouse
Coca-Cola Bottling Company building in Los Angeles, California

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Pepsi Cola Bottling Company of Durham, North Carolina
Bottlers Limited, and Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Ltd. bottling plant on Highway 7 in Barbados. Shown is a logo for the Barbadian soft-drink brand Ju-C. (Pronounced "Juicey")

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