The Ministry of Industry and Trade of Vietnam released a report on the state of industrial production of beer, wine and soft drinks. According to the information received, in January 2016, the company Habeco produced 35.1 million litres of beer, while Sabeco – 138.5 million litres. (more…)
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. (more…)
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. (more…)
Despite the fact that in 2015 Sabeco produced 1.38 billion liters of beer, the experts say very little growth of the company. Meanwhile, Heineken was able, for the very first time, to outstrip Habeco and to take the second place in the beer market of Vietnam. (more…)
On 8 January 2016, in Hanoi Habeco Corporation held a conference where has summarized the results of their work in 2015 and shared the plans for 2016.
Nguyen Hong Linh, CEO of Habeco said that in 2015 the company managed to largely surpass the annual plan. The production value increased by 10.4% compared to 2014 to 9,964 billion dong and total sales increased by 9.6% to 11.033 billion dong. This, in turn, 0.9% more than expected. (more…)
The beverage industry contributed VND30 trillion (US$1.3 billion) to the State budget last year, according to the Viet Nam Beer, Alcohol and Beverage Association (VBA).
At a conference held in Ha Noi yesterday, VBA Chairman Nguyen Van Viet said the beverage industry continued to grow over the past five years despite the difficult economic times that have resulted in many other kinds of companies struggling or shutting down. (more…)
At the recent conference, Nguyen Hong Linh, CEO of Hanoi Beer Alcohol & Beverage Joint Stock Corp. (Habeco) said that he had been disappointed by cooperation with a strategic partner Carlsberg Group. (more…)
Changes in personnel at the top level at several Vietnamese businesses have taken place. At DongA Bank, following its recently exposed financial problems, its chief executive Tran Phuong Binh and deputy CEO Nguyen Thi Ngoc Van had to step down, to be replaced by people from the Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam. Meanwhile, the country’s two largest brewers, Habeco and Sabeco, has also witnessed the change in the chairman position. (more…)
According to official statistics, in November 2015, beer production of Vietnamese industry amounted to 298.8 million liters of beer that is 8.7% more than for the same period last year. (more…)