Angkor Beer Company announced its partnership with Asahi Japan to distribute Asahi Super Dry, Japan’s top-selling beer. (more…)
From January till June 2016, the beer import to China grew by 40% to 310.53 million liters. In 2015, the growth was 63% over the same period. (more…)
Sapporo Vietnam introduced a new product, “Blue Cup”, the first brand by the company exclusively for Vietnam consumers.
“Blue Cup” is the second product after Sapporo Premium Beer, imported to Vietnam market.”Blue Cup” is packed into 330 ml can, which stands out on shelves for its light blue colors and blue lid. (more…)
The combined market value of three largest companies — United Spirits, United Breweries and Radico Khaitan — crashed 30 per cent to Rs 55,392 crore from a year ago. (more…)
Recently uncovered bad management practices at Saigon Beer, Alcohol and Beverage JSC (Sabeco) and Hanoi Beer, Alcohol and Beverage JSC (Habeco), the two largest beer companies in Vietnam in terms of market share, show that the longer they delay becoming public companies, the more they will lag behind competitors. (more…)
Its market share for beer has increased by 10%.
The beverage firm has had great success with its non-alcoholic beverage (NAB) segment, but its definitely won’t be moving away from its evergreen beer segment. (more…)
Some Yangon beer stations are still flouting a long-ignored law against selling draught beer without a special licence, which local authorities recently started trying to enforce. Those that have followed the letter of the law, meanwhile, are seeing business slump. (more…)
VietNamNet Bridge – The Ministry of Industry and Trade approved the appointment of Mr. Le Hong Xanh, 59, as chief executive officer (CEO) of the Saigon Beverage Corporation (Sabeco) as of August 4, replacing Mr. Vo Thanh Ha. (more…)
Beer production worldwide declined for a second straight year in 2015, falling 1.1% to 188.64 million kiloliters, according to a survey released Wednesday by Kirin Holdings. (more…)
Leading beer-maker San Miguel Brewery (SMB) booked a 20 percent year-on-year growth in first semester net profit to P8.25 billion, tracking robust consumer spending during the presidential election season. (more…)