Hindustan Coca-Cola Shuts Down Jaipur Plant
by Arnab Dutta
Business Standard
February 10, 2016

New Delhi: mHindustan Coca-Cola Beverages (HCCB) has shut down its bottling plant at Kala Dera in Jaipur due to depletion of underground water level and poor conditions of plant machinery. The closure comes after three shutdowns or postponement of expansion activity by HCCB since 2014.

HCCB is the Indian subsidiary of Bottling Investment Group of Coca-Cola, which bottles, distributes and sells its products in the country.

When contacted, HCCB termed the stalling of operation 'temporary'. However, a petition filed by the company in a civil court at Jaipur clearly states HCCB's inability to run operations owing to lower ground water level and erosion of machinery in the plant.

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