Schweppes Zimbabwe is a manufacturer and distributor of non-carbonated, still beverages under licence from The Coca-Cola Company. The company manufacturers the popular Mazoe Orange Crush. The company's founding dates back to 1930 when Arthur Sturgess started a company producing a real fruit juice with oranges from Mazowe Valley. In 1998, the Mazoe Orange Crush brand along with other Schweppes brands were sold to Coca-Cola world-wode and Schweppes Zimbabwe Limited now produces it under franchise. Schweppes Zimbabwe is 49% owned by Delta Beverages. It is a division of Schweppes Holdings Africa Limited.

Schweppes Zimbabwe Limited
Industry Beverages
Founded 1930 in Bulawayo
Founder Arthur Sturgess
Headquarters Harare
Key people
Charles Msipa (Managing Director),
Sternford Moyo (Chairman)



Places Operation

The company currently has six operational sites in Harare, Bulawayo, Chinhoyi, Gweru, Mutare, Bindura, Masvingo, Chiredzi and Victoria Falls. The operations in Gweru, Chinhoyi, Masvingo, Victoria Falls, Chiredzi and Mutare are depots with warehouse and distribution services. Manufacturing is undertaken at the two branches, Harare and Bulawayo. The head office is based at the Harare branch site. The branches have warehousing and distribution facilities from which they also supply the depots.

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