Anab works with CPS Pakistan as a Production Executive. She leads the concentrate manufacturing operations and is responsible to meet the customer concentrate demand and maintain an environment of continuous improvement. She has also played integral role in various capital investment projects and holds the highest production record for her plant.
Previously, she has also worked with CCBPL , the Pakistan bottling partner as engineering specialist.
Coca-Cola Company for me is not merely
a workplace, it’s a whole ecosystem for me where I can hone my current skills,
build new ones, be inspired from leaders and carry that inspiration to my own
team-members. Therefore, in my own evolution as a people manager and team
leader, I owe a lot to ecosystem I found at
development and continuous learning are my passion points. Creating an
environment conducive to learning and development for the people where they can
evolve and learn and watching them excel is what motivates me. Besides, I
believe in continuously learning from every source I can tap. I really feel grateful
to have so many sources of learning in the
I believe in collective winning and that's what I aspire to
do. I want to work on environment and
It has given me a unique confidence and strength as a person and as a female professional in the industry. Each time the look of amazement I see on people’s faces when they find out about my role gives me a sense of uniqueness and pride. Besides that, I have had countless opportunities to learn new things, broaden my horizon and contribute my part to big and ambitious goals. These experiences have made me a more ambitious person and given me strength to go beyond the obvious in my personal life.
More on Journey
- Coca-Cola Pakistan Enlivens the Karachi Literature Festival 2016
- Coke Studio’s Season 10 presents heartwarming rendition of National Anthem
Edhi Foundation to partner with
Coca-Colafor Ramazan fundraising
- Accelerating Growth in Pakistan - System Meeting for Vision 2025
Leadership Diaries: Kashf Foundation and
Coca-Cola’s Journey to Economically Enable Women