More Than Co-Workers, We’re a Family

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Leadership

At Coca-Cola Beverages Northeast, we start with great people and great brands, in that order. We unite around a winning workplace culture that respects all people, promotes inclusion, and inspires achievement. From the leadership team to all 3,400 of our associates in our 29 locations, we strive every day to bring our mission, vision, and values to life in the Northeast.
Mark Francoeur

Mark Francoeur

President
David Dumont

David Dumont

VP Operations
Andrew Marchesseault

Andrew Marchesseault

VP Sales & Marketing
Steve Perrelli

Steve Perrelli

VP Sales Center Operations
Justin Conroy

Justin Conroy

VP Finance & Accounting
Mike Elmer

Mike Elmer

VP Human Resources
Paul Herring

Paul Herring

VP IT & Digital
  • 1977

    Laconia, New Hampshire – The Kirin Brewery Team purchases what is now Lakes Region Coca-Cola, calling its new venture KW, Inc. ...Kirin & Williams.

  • 1978

    KW Inc. purchases Lowell Coca-Cola, which included a branch in Fitchburg, Massachusetts.

  • 1979

    KW, Inc. purchases Middletown, Connecticut Coca-Cola.

  • 1982

    KW, Inc. acquires Salem Group (Salem, Plaistow, Manchester) with operations in Southern New Hampshire and Northern Massachusetts. Kirin buys out Roger Williams’ to become sole owner retaining the KW, Inc. name.

  • 1984

    CCNNE and CCE-Needham jointly purchase all Canada Dry and Dr. Pepper business throughout New England.

  • 1988

    KW, Inc. purchases Coca-Cola of Northern New England, Inc. forgoing the name KW, Inc. to become known as CCNNE. Overnight, the acquisition doubles total company volume.

  • 1989

    Production center built in Londonderry, New Hampshire. The Londonderry Production Center or LPC, goes on to win (9) President’s Awards for Quality Excellence: 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2011, 2013.

  • 1994

    CCNNE acquires bottler Massena and Plattsburgh in New York from Marvin Herb. Proudly renaming the operation to Empire State Coca-Cola.

  • 2000

    Acquires Cape Cod Coca-Cola, home to some of the regions most avid Coca-Cola consumers.

  • 2001

    Bulk sales from Seacoast, Manchester and Salem are consolidated under one roof, Londonderry Sales & Service Center.

  • 2006

    Purchases the New London, Connecticut operation from the Kitching Family.

  • 2007

    Purchases the Moxie trademark from The Monarch Beverage Company through its wholly owned subsidiary, The Moxie Beverage Company (formerly Cornucopia Beverages).

  • 2017

    Celebrates 40th anniversary and completes its largest expansion to date. CCNNE now serves customers throughout all of New England, much of New York State, and a portion of Pennsylvania.

  • 2019

    CCNNE officially rebrands itself Coca-Cola Beverages Northeast to better reflect the New England and upstate New York markets it proudly serves.