SevenUp Bottling Company Ltd.
We have nine bottling plants with state of the art manufacturing facilities located strategically across the country. Seven-Up Bottling Company has a well coordinated distribution network with an extensive network of over 200 distribution centers located across Nigeria.
The Seven-Up bottling company Ltd is one of the largest independent manufacturer and distributor of the well-known and widely consumed brands of soft drinks in Nigeria. Our brands are Pepsi, Mirinda, Seven Up, H2oh!, Mountain Dew and Aquafina bottled water, which we produce and market in all our present 9 manufacturing plants. We also market our products through our over 200 distribution centres that we also call depots spread over the nooks and crane of Nigeria. Our workforce is currently in the neighbourhood of 3500 employees.
A Lebanese Mohammed El-khalil who came to Nigeria for the very first time in 1926 founded the company. Mohammed is the father of the company’s current chairman Faysal El-Khalil. The company metamorphosed from a very successful transport business [El-Khalil Transport] in a bid to diversify the then largest transport company in the entire West of Africa. On October 1st 1960, the exact day our great country Nigeria won her independents, Nigerians also experienced the birth of a soft drink giant as the first bottle of 7Up rolled out from our factory located in Ijora. Since then, our company continued to grow in the leap and the bound. In the late 80s, we established two more plants in Ibadan and Ikeja. In the early 1990s when Pepsi International took over 7Up international, we again got great opportunities to introduce the Pepsi brand to the Nigeria people. As at today, the company has its Headquarters in Beirut and operational base in three African countries; Nigeria, Tanzania and Ghana.
• Teamwork – Each of the employees recognizes the value of the skills, abilities and cooperation between relevant persons and the units towards delivering seamless and superior values.
• Integrity – Our people are reputed for unflinching uprightness and high ethical standards.
• Trust – The management has confidence that employees will act in the best interest of the company. Employees also believe that management will not harm them but will do everything possible to protect and further their interests.