th Cadbury Schweppes in sparkling beverages and with other national and regional brands in its Mexican territories, as well as B brand producers, such as Ajemex, S.A. de C.V. and Consorcio AGA, S.A. de C.V. In the countries that comprise the company’s Central America region, its main competitors are Pepsi and Big Cola bottlers. In Guatemala and Nicaragua, the company competes with a joint venture between AmBev and The Central American Bottler Corporation. In Costa Rica, its principal competitor is Florida Bebidas S.A., subsidiary of Florida Ice and Farm Co. In Panama, its main competitor is Cervecería Nacional, S.A. South America (excluding Venezuela): The company’s principal competitor in Colombia is Postobón. The company also competes with low-price producers, such as the producers of Big Cola, which principally offer multiple serving size presentations in the sparkling and still beverage industry. In Brazil, the company competes against AmBev. The company also competes against B brands or Tubainas. In Argentina, the company’s main competitor is Buenos Aires Embotellador S.A., a Pepsi bottler, which is owned by Argentina’s principal brewery, Quilmes Industrial S.A., and indirectly controlled by AmBev. Venezuela: In Venezuela, the company’s main competitor is Pepsi-Cola Venezuela, C.A., a joint venture formed between PepsiCo and Empresas Polar, S.A. The company also competes with the producers of Big Cola in part of this country. Environmental Matters The company is subject to the 1992 Water Law (the Ley de Aguas Nacionales de 1992) enforced by the Mexican National Water Commission. Its Venezuelan operations are subject to various Venezuelan federal, state, and municipal laws and regulations related to the protection of the environment. These laws are the Organic Environmental Law (Ley Orgánica del Ambiente), the Substance, Material and Dangerous Waste Law (Ley Sobre Sustancias, Materiales y Desechos Peligrosos), the Criminal Environmental Law (Ley Penal del Ambiente) and the Water Law (Ley de Aguas). The company’s Argentine operations are subject to federal and municipal laws and regulations relating to the protection of the environment. The most significant of these are regulations concerning waste water discharge, which are enforced by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Sustainable Development (Secretaría de Ambiente y Desarrollo Sustentable) and the Provincial Organization for Sustainable Development (Organismo Provincial para el Desarrollo Sostenible) for the province of Buenos Aires. History Coca-Cola FEMSA, S.A.B. de C.V. was founded in 1979. The company was incorporated in 1991, as a stock corporation with variable capital (sociedad anónima de capital variable) in accordance with the Mexican General Corporations Law (Ley General de Sociedades Mercantiles).
coca-cola femsa sab-ser l (KOFL:Mexico)
Calle Mario Pani No. 100
Colonia Santa Fe Cuajimalpa
Delegacin Cuajimalpa de Morelos
Mexico, DF 05348
Phone: 52 55 1519 5000
|Arca Continental SAB de CV||$107.10 MXN||+1.28|
|Danone SA||€59.87 EUR||+0.29|
|Organizacion Cultiba SAB de CV||$23.74 MXN||-0.23|
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