Monthly Archives: November 2016
RASTAL presents the latest dimension in “smart” glasses Digitalisation in business is picking up speed. Open to new digital ideas, RASTAL is launching the RASTAL SMARTGLASS® in co-operation with Telekom Deutschland GmbH at the Brau-Beviale 2016 trade show, demonstrating completely … Continue reading
Smartphone owners visiting BrauBeviale 2016 can gain an insight into a whole new dimension in the product development of RASTAL glasses. The traditional company will reveal the creative process behind 3D glasses in real time.
How do you get your carefully produced beverage into its transport packaging, in precisely the right quantity, in a safe and hygienic way, as gently as possible and above all efficiently?
Saigon Beer Alcohol Beverage, known as Sabeco, is set to list its shares on Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange (HOSE) on Dec. 12, eight years after its initial public offering.
THAI Beverage Public Company made a net profit of 18.9 billion baht (S$756.3 million) in the nine months of its truncated 2016 financial year.
The Madras High Court Bench here on Wednesday directed Tirunelveli Collector and Tamil Nadu State Marketing Corporation (TASMAC) to permanently close down a liquor shop at Kalingapatti, the native of Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (MDMK) general secretary Vaiko.
The Tasmac outlets in the city are selling liquor 24×7 by flouting the government prescribed working hours, the All India Youth Federation (AIYF) said in a petition submitted to the district administration on Tuesday.
Sales of Thai and American-owned beer brands have helped distributor Attwood Import-Export Group deepen its penetration of Cambodia’s premium beer market and offset the loss of its Heineken distribution rights, the company’s chief executive said yesterday.
Inspired by its recent step of invalidating 500 and 1000 rupee notes to curb black money, the government today announced that it would be soon working on banning pitchers for serving beer. However, pint and mug sizes will continue to … Continue reading
The Ministry of Industry and Trade has not yet completed talks to sell its ownership in the Ha Noi Beer, Alcohol and Beverage Corporation (Habeco) to the Danish brewer Carlsberg, according to officials.