Coca Cola has released a statement following the announcement of 300 possible redundancies across the UK.
The drinks producer has a plant in Northampton.
Following a strategic review, we are proposing to end our direct delivery service in Great Britain. This service is primarily used by foodservice outlets and we have identified the need for a more efficient way of distributing our products to these customers.
We have now started a full consultation on these proposals with our employee representative bodies and the Unite trade union. If these changes were implemented they could result in the loss of approximately 288 roles from a total workforce in Great Britain of 4,400.
We do not make these proposals lightly and we will, of course, be looking to minimise redundancies as far as possible and will offer support to help colleagues through this process.
More top news
Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha surprised diners in Solihull by dropping into fast food chain Five Guys for burgers.
Kim Douglas lost her little boy to asthma when he was just 3-years-old. Since his death she has set up The George Coller Memorial Fund.
A documentary which follows online vigilante Stinson Hunter, dubbed 'The Paedophile Hunter', will be aired tonight.