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Coca-Cola Enterprises to speak at A4E

23 August 2013

Coca-Cola Enterprises’ senior manager, Engineering, will be taking to the stage at this year’s Appetite for Engineering (A4E) to discuss how engineering efficiency can be environmentally friendly.

David Bevan will highlight how the country’s leading soft drinks manufacturing business is embedding sustainability into every aspect of its operations – using new technologies to improve efficiency and reduce water, energy and carbon impacts.

New business models are also being developed to lead the industry in areas such as recycling.

David joined Coca-Cola Enterprises’ Edmonton facility in early 2013. After graduating in engineering, he worked for Quaker Oats as an Industrial Engineer and then moved to Geest as maintenance manager, built a sushi factory, and then joined RHM Frozen Foods as engineering manager. 

He had spell working for PepsiCo before leaving the industry to make credit cards for three year - after which he joined Coca-Cola Enterprises.

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