In 1886, John Stith Pemberton invented the formula for Coca-Cola in Atlanta. The soft drink, which was produced according to a secret composition, was bottled in Germany for the first time in 1929 by the "Essener Vertriebsgesellschaft für Naturgetränke". Today, around 7,000 people are employed by Coca-Cola Europacific Partners Deutschland (CCEP DE) - in production and logistics, sales and customer service.
At its 14 production sites in Germany, the company relies on regionality and sustainability. CCEP DE wants to operate the filling plants fail-safe and, in the interests of sustainability, to avoid having specialists from distant locations travel to the site for a disruption. Together with T-Systems MMS, Coca-Cola Europacific Partners Germany is therefore testing the mixed reality computer Microsoft HoloLens 2 with the mixed reality applications Microsoft Guides and Microsoft Dynamics Remote Assist for various use cases – such as remote production support and cross-site training.
Saving travel expenses, reducing machine downtime and improving the quality of online training
Remote support and 3D based training using the mixed reality glasses Microsoft HoloLens 2
Faster problem analysis and resolution, improved knowledge transfer
Coca-Cola Europacific Partners Deutschland (CCEP DE), headquartered in Berlin, is responsible for the bottling and distribution of branded Coca-Cola products throughout Germany. Around 7,000 employees at 14 locations achieve an annual sales volume of 3. 5 billion litres of 60 different non-alcoholic beverages. These include Coca-Cola, Fanta and Sprite as well as many other soft drinks with and without sugar. As part of Coca-Cola Europacific Partners (CCEP), the company is one of the leading manufacturers of consumer goods in Europe. Coca-Cola Europacific Partners Deutschland works closely with Coca-Cola GmbH, a subsidiary of The Coca-Cola Company, which is responsible for brand management, product and packaging development.