Thailand’s Singha beer producer Boonrawd Brewery plans to spin off its packaging subsidiary, listing it on the Stock Exchange of Thailand.
Singha Corp, Thailand’s leading beverage maker, is using the cash flow generated by beer sales to fund increasing diversification in property and other new businesses, according to Piti Bhirom Bhakdi, Managing Director of Boon Rawd Trading Co., Ltd., the group’s … Continue reading
Through supermarkets, malls, dairy and beer, Thai tycoons are pursuing deals in Vietnam that could break mergers and acquisitions records in the upwardly mobile market of 90 million people, at the expense of their Asian rivals.
The brands of Asia Pacific Breweries (APB) Group remain the most popular in Thailand. The best proof is the leading position of the flagship brand Heineken, which almost entirely forms the largest premium segment of the beer market.
Thai beer brand Singha is to host a two-day immersive dining experience in celebration of its home country’s new year, thanks to a tie-up with foodie group Shuttlecock Inc.
Masan Group Corporation yesterday reported a revenue of VND30.6 trillion (US$1.37 billion) in 2015, as an increase of 90 per cent over the previous year, in HCM City.
Thailand&Vietnam. Singha transferred $650 million for purchasing shares of Masan Consumer and Masan Brewery Holdings
Within the framework of the previously signed agreement, on January 28 Singha Asia Holding transferred $650 million of investment for purchasing shares of Masan Group. Of this, $600 million were transferred to pay 14.3% of the shares of Masan Consumer … Continue reading
Beer production in Vietnam reached 3.4 billion liters last year, a 4.7 percent year on year increase, according to a report released by the Vietnam Beer Alcohol Beverage Association (VBA) earlier this month.
Singha is the national beer of Thailand, made by a German brewmaster. Tourists and locals love the taste of an ice cold Singha beer, and it’s export helps travel and tourism awareness for Thailand.
Last year, both Saigon Beer-Alcohol-Beverage Joint Stock Corporation (Sabeco) and Hanoi Beer-Alcohol-Beverage Joint Stock Corporation (Habeco), the biggest brewers in Vietnam in terms of output, saw a marked decrease in their share of the country’s beer market.