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Coca-Cola opens automated warehouse at Wakefield filling plant

The UK’s shadow chancellor Ed Balls joined John Brock, chief executive of Coca-Cola Enterprises, at the opening of an Automated Storage and Retrieval System (ASRS) warehouse at the Coca-Cola canning plant at Wakefield in Yorkshire, Europe’s largest soft drinks plant by volume.

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