Lanitis Bros is a place where talented people can grow and reach their full potential. Here’s where you can search for the opportunity that’s right for you.
We believe that our business can only be as healthy and strong as the communities in which we operate. Explore some of our CSR programmes here.
Since 1943 we have been creating and producing locally, popular products for the Cyprio market. Explore the profiles of our three production plants: Soft Drinks & Juices production plant in Nicosia, Milk production plant in Nicosia and Water production plant in Kykkos.
We’ re the leading company in the non-alcoholic beverage sector in Cyprus. We produce locally and distribute high-quality products, satisfying the needs over one million consumers, creating value for our customers, suppliers and local communities.
Our business model is at the heart of everything we do – it defines our activities, relationships and what we want to achieve to create value for all our stakeholders in the short, medium and long term.
Pafos 2017: The city with the vibrant history, becomes the heart of Europe. Lanitis Bros and Coca‑Cola proudly support the Pafos Volunteer Program 2017 Official and together, we participate in a great journey: We host, we talk, we create. We share the passion! Share with us this wonderful feeling!
We want Coca Cola HBC to be the undisputed leading beverage company in every country where we do business - including Cyprus.
The story of Lanitis Bros spans for over seven decades; our name combines the long-standing history of a drink that offers moments of happiness to consumers worldwide with that of a Cypriot company that’s invested in the country for 74 years.
Coca‑Cola ‘No Calories and With Sweetener from Stevia Plant’, the newest member of the Coca‑Cola family made its global debut today in Cyprus and Greece, providing the company's consumers with yet one more sugar-free and no-calories beverage!
Can a tiny city of a small country become the European Capital of Culture and carry out one of the most prominent programs? The coordinator of the Volunteers’ Program explains how 300 volunteers have made the impossible possible!