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Arca Continental Reports EBITDA Growth Of 7.3% With Net Sales Up 4.1% In 2Q19
Arca Continental SAB de CV - Chairman Manuel L. Barragan Morales Has Decided To Retire
Arca Continental - Will Invest $250 Mln In Facility In Houston
Arca Continental SAB de CV is a Mexico-based company primarily engaged in the beverages sector. The Company's activities are divided into two business segments: Beverages and Other. The Beverages division produces, distributes and sells non-alcoholic beverages under The Coca-Cola Company (TCCC) license in Mexico, Argentina, Ecuador and Peru, as well as dairy beverages of the Santa Clara brand name in Mexico and Toni brand name in Ecuador. Its TCCC beverages portfolio includes cola and flavored drinks, vitamin, low-calorie and energetic drinks, juices, as well as purified and flavored water, among others. The Company’s brand names range comprises Ciel, del Valle, Powerade, burn, FUZE Tea and vitaminwater, among others. The Other division focuses on the sale of beverages through vending machines in Mexico, as well as manufacture and distribution of snacks and candies under the brand names Bokados in Mexico, Inalecsa in Ecuador and Wise in the United States.
Av. San Jeronimo 813 Pte.
Jorge Humberto Santos Reyna
Chairman of the Board
Francisco Garza Egloff
Chief Executive Officer
Arturo Gutierrez Hernandez
Deputy Chief Executive Officer
Luis Arizpe Jimenez
Vice Chairman of the Board
Tomas Alberto Fernandez Garcia
Vice Chairman of the Board
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Mexican bottler Arca Continental on Friday reported a more than 30 percent rise in net profit for the second quarter compared with the year-ago period, helped by higher volumes and exchange rate gains from a stronger U.S. dollar.
Mexican bottler Arca Continental said on Thursday that it had suspended negotiations to buy shares in Corporacion Lindley because of a change in the tax burden on Lindley's products in Peru.
Mexican Coke bottler Arca Continental plans to invest 12 billion pesos ($635 million) this year at home and abroad, a larger amount than last year, in order to strengthen and grow its operations.
Mexican Coke bottler Arca Continental on Friday reported fourth-quarter net profit of 4.3 billion pesos, more than double its net profit in the prior year period.
(The following statement was released by the rating agency) MONTERREY, July 31 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings has affirmed Arca Continental, S.A.B. de C.V.'s (Arca Continental) Long-Term Foreign and Local Currency Issuer Default Rating (IDR) at 'A'. Fitch also affirmed Arca Continental's...
* Arca continental and Coca-Cola boost the dairy industry in Ecuador
Mexican Coke bottler Arca Continental plans to ramp up its capital expenditures by 43 percent, to 10 billion pesos ($525.6 million), this year as it starts a new U.S. venture, the company said Thursday.
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