WE ARE CAROLINA BEVERAGE GROUP
With a legacy dating back to 1874, Carolina Beverage Group has become the go-to source for quality contract beverage production. We operate three state-of-the-art facilities in the Southeast, Southwest and Midwest. This uniquely positions our company to better serve customers throughout the United States.
When designing our production lines, we do so with the mindset of becoming one of the most diverse and flexible contract-beverage manufacturers in the country. We offer the broadest range of capabilities and proudly lead the industry in innovation and quality assurance, with an unwavering commitment to customer and employee satisfaction.
Our capabilities include the production of a variety of non-alcoholic carbonated and non-carbonated drinks including teas, functional beverages, energy drinks and juice-based products, as well as distilled spirits, malt based beverages and wine. We offer elite quality programs supported by state-of-the-art laboratories, high speed production, flexible manufacturing and custom warehouse management systems.
Built in 1997, our flagship facility is located in Mooresville, North Carolina. Our high-speed production lines are highly flexible and feature specialized manufacturing capabilities to cover the broad range of beverage categories we serve including cold fill, hot fill and tunnel pasteurization. At our North Carolina facility, we produce unique beverages in cans ranging in size from 8 oz to 24 oz, as well as the re-sealable CapCan. In addition to our manufacturing facility, we operate two distribution centers for our customers within a mile of our main plant.
We expanded into the Southwest in 2014 with a major investment in Fort Worth, Texas. This expansion includes high-speed production lines and a secure in-house distribution center. Our Texas facility is a technologically advanced operation, offering cold fill, hot fill and tunnel pasteurization capabilities, and can produce in can sizes from 8 oz to 24 oz, including the re-sealable CapCan. In addition to our impressive manufacturing/warehouse facility, we also operate a distribution center nearby.
With roots dating back to 1874, our recent investment in Minnesota brought Carolina Beverage Group to the Midwest in 2017. In addition to our award winning beer brands we produce, package and distribute top names in soft drinks, beer, malt beverages, sparkling waters, energy drinks, teas, juices, specialty drinks and more in multiple can sizes and packaging configurations. In addition to our main production facilities, we operate two impressive distribution centers for our customers.
Our mission is to be a one stop solutions provider for it’s specialty contract packaging customers, with an emphasis on exceptional customer service and establishing high standards for quality production. With a focus on innovation, flexible manufacturing, extensive quality controls and value added distribution services, the company continually strives to adapt to its customers changing needs.
We value our team of dedicated and empowered employees who focus on quality every day and our loyal customers that entrust the integrity of their brands to our care.
COMMITTED TO QUALITY
We focus on quality throughout every step of our manufacturing process. We have invested significantly in state-of-the-art testing equipment, in-line monitoring technology and quality assurance to meet and exceed our customer’s expectations.
Sustainability is a key focus at Carolina Beverage Group. We have a continual focus on water conservation, energy efficiency and recycling. To decrease our environmental footprint, we recycle pallets, plastic film, corrugate and aluminum waste.
The health and safety of our employees is our number one priority at Carolina Beverage Group. Our employees are committed to working in a safe manner in all our facilities. We continually work to improve our processes, lead by example and promote comprehensive employee safety. We provide ongoing safety training to all our employees and work towards a zero accident rate, keeping us well below industry accident rates averages.