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Coca-Cola: Can't beat the real thing!

30 May 2012

A-Safe's latest installation is at the Coca Cola manufacturing plant in Wakefield, where a range of segregation and protection has been installed

This time, the installation has gone outside the plant, and as well as protecting the building and segregating pedestrians safely, it add a certain brightness and vibrancy to the building, as depicted below.

The new external installation at Wakefield includes:
? Pedestrian barrier
? Traffic barrier (double rail)
? Bollards
? Traffic plus

Health and safety is vital to all businesses, but especially to a company the size of Coca-Cola. At this site, which is 77,000 sqm in size, and can have up to 600 employees working on it at any one time, the best protection is a necessity and that’s where A-Safe come in.
A-Safe are a preferred partner for Coca-Cola, and the list of other sites that use A-Safe is quite impressive:

? Coca-Cola, Malvern bottling plant in Worcestershire.
? Abbey Well water brand, Morpeth bottling site in Northumberland.
? Coca-Cola in Lisburn, Northern Ireland - Traffic barrier double rail.
? Coca-Cola Dunkirk plant, Impact Plus barriers, with self-returning slider gates.
? Coca Cola Amatil, Brisbane in Australia – Traffic Barrier + 200.
? Coca-Cola Milton Keynes – Pedestrian Barrier.
? Coca-Cola – Castanet, Toulson in France – Traffic Barrier .
? Coca-Cola - Drikker AS – Norway – Pedestrian barrier.
? Coca-Cola – Sochaux, France – Impact plus + Traffic Barrier double rail.


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