At the presentation for investors Christopher Warmoth, Senior Vice President of Carlsberg Geroup, told about the company’s performance in Asia in 2015. (more…)
Carlsberg India, the Indian arm of Danish brewer Carlsberg Group, will expand its production capacity in India by setting up eight plants, one of which will be in Karnataka, its first in the state, said a top company executive on Friday. (more…)
Carlsberg’s old sudsy stalwart, Elephant Beer, has become a trumpeting success in India.
In 2015, sales increased by 42 percent and the Danish brewery giant is aiming to become second on the Indian market within the next three years. (more…)
In less than a decade of its entry, Danish brewer Carlsberg has turned profitable in the Indian beer market, posting its first profit in the October-December quarter on the back of rising demand for its strong beer brands. (more…)
Small breweries are taking away the share of transnational companies, writes the Russian business newspaper Kommersant. (more…)
Heineken NV and Carlsberg A/S, the world’s third- and fourth-largest brewers, forecast higher profit this year as markets such as Vietnam and southeast Asia offset weakness in Russia and China. (more…)
In 2004, 10 brewers controlled 51% of the global beer market by volume. Ten years later, five beer makers — Anheuser-Busch InBev, SABMiller, Heineken, Carlsberg, and China Resources Enterprise — controlled about the same amount. (more…)
As it was expected, according to the company estimates, in 2015 the Russian beer market declined by about 10% and approximately by 9% in Q4 2015. The volume market share of Baltika in 2015 amounted to 34.7%, while the value market share made up 35.6%*. (more…)
Strong beer is helping Carlsberg ride out of sluggish beer sales in India. At a time when the overall Indian beer market is growing at about 5% a year, robust sales of brands like Tuborg and Elephant have helped the Danish brewer double its local business every two years. (more…)
Anheuser-Busch InBev may get a chilly reception from Chinese regulators if it moves ahead in keeping the CR Snow beer brand in its portfolio. Image source: China Resources.
Chinese brewer CR Snow may be among the most valuable assets in SABMiller’s portfolio of brands, so it’s understandable that Anheuser-Busch InBev — which is planning to acquire SABMiller – would be reluctant to sell it despite conventional wisdom suggesting it will have to do so if it wants to get regulatory approval from China for the deal. But the brewer may be forced to sell the brand thanks to an apparently forgotten provision of a document it signed back in 2008 when InBev bought Anheuser-Busch. (more…)