FEMSA is a Mexican company that was founded 125 years ago. We currently operate in 12 countries: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, the Philippines, and Venezuela. Through our Business Units, Coca-Cola FEMSA, FEMSA Comercio, and FEMSA Strategic Businesses, we serve more than 357 million people, generating $311,589 million MXN (usd $18,121 million) in revenues and 261,464 direct jobs in 2015. Additionally, we hold a 20% share in Heineken, making us their second-largest shareholder. We operate 63 bottling plants and 345 distribution centers. We offer more than 110 beverage brands and have 14,061 OXXO stores in Mexico and Colombia.


It is the largest public bottler of Coca-Cola brand beverages in the world, and it distributes more than 3.4 billion unit cases a year. The company operates in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, the Philippines, and Venezuela, offering several brands, including Coca Cola, Coca-Cola Light, Coca-Cola Zero, Coca-Cola Life, Fanta, Fresca, Sprite, Sprite Zero, Powerade, Del Valle, Ciel, FUZE Tea, Fuze Tea Light, Delaware Punch, Powerade ION4, Vitaminwater, BURN, Santa Clara, Estrella Azul, and Blak. Coca-Cola FEMSA distributes its products in 2.7 million points of sale, serving more than 357 million consumers. In 2015, it generated 99,018 direct jobs and more than 1.9 million indirect jobs.


It operates several small-format retail store chains. Through OXXO, OXXO Gas, Doña Tota, Bara, and the Yza and Moderna pharmacies, it serves more than 10.8 million customers daily. The OXXO chain includes 14,061 stores, of which 1,208 were opened in 2015. During 2015, FEMSA Comercio announced it had purchased Farmacon pharmacies, which operates more than 200 branches in the Mexican states of Sinaloa, Baja California, and Baja California Sur. The company also announced the acquisition of a majority share in Grupo Socofar, a Chilean group that operates more than 640 pharmacies and 150 beauty-product stores in Chile and 150 pharmacies in Colombia. In 2015, FEMSA Comercio generated 138,996 direct jobs and more than 694,000 indirect jobs.


It is the world leader in the commercial refrigeration industry. Founded in 1941, the company designs, develops, and produces commercial refrigeration equipment. It exports its products to 53 countries, has three production facilities—one each in Mexico, Brazil, and Colombia—as well as sales headquarters and maintenance services in eight countries. Imbera is the only company in the Americas that both sells and services commercial refrigerators.


Comprised by FEMSA Logística, Imbera and PTM, it offers its services to Coca-Cola FEMSA and FEMSA Comercio, as well as to external clients. In 2015, these companies generated 19,283 direct jobs.


It has been offering solutions and developing plastic-transformation projects tailored to fulfill customer needs since 1976. It offers its services to food and beverage, automobile, and retail industries, among others. PTM is one of the largest plastic-recycling plants in Mexico, with two production facilities—one in San Juan del Río, in the state of Querétaro, and the other in Monterrey, in the state of Nuevo León—that recover and recycle more than 16,000 tons of plastics annually.

FEMSA Logística

FEMSA Logística is a multinational company that offers comprehensive value-generating logistics services focused mainly on innovation and safety. With presence in seven countries in Latin America: Mexico, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Peru, and Brazil, the company employs more than 13,000 people.