The local arm of Australia-listed Coca-Cola Amatil plans to start selling hot coffee in Indonesia by the end of the year, President director Kadir Gunduz said at a media briefing. The company has managed the Coca-Cola brand in Indonesia since 1992. The coffee will initially be produced abroad, but the firm is considering building a local plant for coffee, if the sales volume justifies such a move. The new product will complement six drink categories the firm produces and sells in Indonesia, namely sparkling water, mineral water, juice, tea, dairy products and isotonic drinks. The firm has eight plants in different provinces, producing an average of 2.2 billion packaged drinks a year.