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Coca-Cola unit closing Mexican distribution center over security concerns

Coca-Cola FEMSA SAB de CV, a Mexican subsidiary of Coca-Cola Co., said March 23 that it was closing operations indefinitely at its distribution center in Ciudad Altamirano in the state of Guerrero.

Coca-Cola FEMSA disclosed that employees there received "threats and aggression from organized crime" and the facility had been suffering damages since January. It also noted that the decision to shut down the distribution center was made to ensure the safety and security of its more than 160 employees following a recent incident of "unjustified aggression" toward a worker.