San Miguel Brewery
Thailand is one of the largest alcochol markets in Southeast Asia, which amounts to 497 million litres. Beer occupies 62.93% of the total alcohol market. According to the Center for Alcohol Studies, Thais drinks 64.31 litres of alchohol drinks per capita … Continue reading
C&C, the company behind Bulmers cider, has entered into a strategic distribution agreement with Asian drinks giant San Miguel.
Raj sadhwani has been in the beer import business for 16 years now with his successful trading company, Booze. He was responsible for bringing in the biggest European imported beer brands to our beer-loving country long monopolized by local giant … Continue reading
If one were to distill objectively the brand essence of San Miguel beer, specifically the flagship Pale Pilsen, one might come up with such words and phrases as “pagsasamahan” (or its closest counterpart in the English language, “friendship”), and one … Continue reading
Feb 13 San Miguel Corp has decided to keep its $500 million controlling stake in an unlisted bank, opting to pursue growth in the sector instead of exiting due to lack of presence, the president of the Philippine conglomerate said … Continue reading
Asahi Group Holdings’ move into Europe shows how eager Japanese drinks groups are to expand beyond a shrinking domestic market.
Feb 11 Philippine conglomerate San Miguel Corp has selected eight banks to help it sell 30 billion pesos ($633 million) worth of preferred shares, a preliminary prospectus released on Thursday showed.
San Miguel Brewery Hong Kong, a unit of conglomerate San Miguel Corp., registered a consolidated net loss of HK$16.9 million in 2015, a turnaround from a profit of HK$37 million in 2014, on lower volume due to the non-renewal of … Continue reading
San Miguel Brewery Hong Kong issued a profits warning yesterday in a filing with the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, saying the Hong Kong arm of the Philippine-based company ‘is expected to incur a consolidated net loss for the year ended … Continue reading
The Hong Kong arm of the Philippines beer brand is introducing the products of the oldest brewery in England to the Macau market, Macau Business Daily reported on January 21.