Consumption polarization is the main trend of the market – the economy and premium segments grow due to the sales of mass beer sorts. Carlsberg Group and SABMiller seized the opportunity given by this trend and increased their market share yet the mainstream leaders companies AB InBev and “Obolon” saw some market share decline. The retail beer price becomes still more important as brewing companies got involved into price competition. They keep the prices for economy brands down, propose bonus packages and inexpensive license brands. But in spite of the actions of international companies, the market shares of small producers and import continue to grow. (more…)
Carlsberg closes its famous Tetley’s brewery in Leeds on June 17. Nearly 190 years of brewing history in Leeds will come to an end when the brewery stops brewing and production of Tetley’s beer will be transferred to Marston’s-owned Banks’s brewery in Wolverhampton, Molson Coors’ brewery in Tadcaster and Cameron’s Brewery in Hartlepool. (more…)
An MP has called for a boycott of beer produced by Carlsberg because the firm is closing a brewing plant in Leeds. (more…)
Carlsberg has disposed of its France-based distribution subsidiary, Soredis, through a management buyout. (more…)
– It’s the second Peruvian city where the brand is released.
– Peroni NA is the international, super premium brand from Backus’ portfolio.
– The beer is imported directly from Italy. (more…)
On April 28, 2011 the general meeting of shareholders of the Public Joint-Stock Company Slavutich Brewery took place. During the meeting, the annual report was approved, it was decided to allocate profits and losses and organizational issues in the company’s activities were settled. The meeting was attended by 20 shareholders and their representatives who hold 94.33% shares of PJSC. (more…)
The head of Carlsberg has downplayed a proposed ban on PET beer bottles in Russia, adding that he thinks it is not likely to become law.
Russian deputy Viktor Zvagelsky introduced a bill earlier in the year that now includes a proposal to ban sales of PET beer bottles by January 1, 2013. (more…)
Carlsberg A/S, the world’s fourth- largest brewer, reported a 38 percent increase in first-quarter operating profit, helped by a rebound in Russia’s beer market. (more…)
The buyback will be carried out in accordance with the procedure of buying back shares, as stipulated by the Board of Directors. All shareholders (owners of ordinary and preference shares) can participate in the procedure, regardless of the number of shares they hold. (more…)