Pepsi Company

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PEPSICO OF PAKISTAN:
It is a very well organized multinational company, which operates almost all over the world. They produce, one of best carbonated drinks in the world. Pepsi is a symbol of hygiene, quality and service, all over the world. In Pakistan It also has proved itself to be the No.1 soft drink.
Pepsi is operating in Pakistan, through its 12 bottlers all over Pakistan. These bottlers are Pepsi's strength. Pepsi has given franchise to these bottlers. Bottlers, produce, distribute and help in promoting the brand. Pepsi also launched its fast food chain KFC i.e. "Kentucky Fried Chicken.”
FEEDBACK:
I’m going to write about my trip which had been arranged by Ms. Huma under the course of “Production and Operation Management” of BBA Third year. This feedback is about our class trip to “Pakistan Beverages Company” which is also known as “PepsiCo Beverages”. We visited there to know about the Company’s process of productions and operations management. I’ll share my feedback, observation and experience of this visit and also give suggestions which I think it will be important for them and will improve their company a little bit more.
TRIP TO PEPSICO:
The environment of factory is very good and attractive. When we went to ‘PepsiCo Beverages Company’, first we have been go through the production department which was sub divided in five different lanes, Lets describe each lane. The first department belongs to mixing, in which the mixing process of some chemicals with water through standard formula and very advanced machineries and equipment which were being processed, this process is processed and inspected by qualified and experienced Engineers.
After the mixing department, where the liquid for drink is ready for further process, this liquid is filled in bottles as per standard measurement. There was a third lane for bottles, where the bottles for liquid are…...

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