Soda King offers you an amazing range of delicious carbonated soft drinks, as well as premium still, sparkling and flavoured Aqua King water variants. Available in traditional and sugar-free LITE flavours, we offer you quality beverages at a price to suit your pocket!
Soda King supplies a turnkey franchise opportunity, with manufacturing starting from day one of opening the factory. Setting up a Soda King Franchise is usually accomplished within three months from having signed the franchise agreement and making the requisite payments.
Entrepreneurs establish a localised bottling plant and acquire the sole (exclusive) rights to manufacture, distribute and sell the full Soda King range of carbonated cool drinks, Soda King TEN+1 Concentrates, as well as the range of Aqua King waters and the two new malt drinks in a specific area or country.
Utilising the trade secrets, operational systems and marketing tools developed by Soda King over many years, the franchise allows for flexible, low-cost production in a simple, streamlined operation, requiring minimal capital input.
This franchise is a turnkey package which incorporates all a franchisee needs to start-up a bottling plant and deliver the final products to the consumers. It includes full technical, financial, marketing and business systems training, as well as an initial supply of raw materials and labels.
Soda King is taking the bottling of popular soft drinks to the local community for the local community at prices that anyone can afford.
Full technical, financial, marketing and business systems training is provided to the franchisee while the bottling staff will be trained by the plant supplier and franchisor during commissioning.
The franchisor provides on-going support regarding production methodology, marketing material, new product development and business systems.
To be considered for a Soda King franchisee, it is required that you are self-motivated, marketing and sales oriented, possess good managerial, organisational and people skills with experience in the FMCG industry. Franchisees must understand the importance and adhere to the manufacturing standards set by the franchisor.
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