Beverage company Coca-Cola Amatil (CCA) has announced plans to close its production plant in Bayswater, in Western Australia.

The closure is part of Coca-Cola Amatil restructuring plan, which will cut $100m in costs over the next three years.

Following the closure, the operations at Bayswater facility will be moved to other larger facilities over the next 12 months.

The company said that it will ensure there will be no disruption to manufacturing capability and will have no impact on customers.

CCA’s Group managing director Alison Watkins said: "The closure of Bayswater and relocation of its three production lines to larger facilities will optimise our manufacturing footprint and is an integral part of our plan to reduce our cost base and return CCA to growth.

"We have invested more than $500m in our Australian supply chain over the past five years and we need to make sure we drive the best efficiencies we can to get the best returns possible on our significant investment.

"Streamlining our manufacturing footprint and logistics operations to leverage our scale is an important priority. The savings we generate will support more investment in our brands and innovation."

As part of the restructuring, the company is also planning to optimise manufacturing footprint, improve procurement, streamline support costs and drive greater efficiencies from the supply chain.