In a bid to improve the efficiency of its production network,
Heineken UK is planning to implement some state-of-the-art product
Heineken, Diageo buy Interbrew African stake
Heineken and Diageo have together acquired a 28.9 per cent stake in
Namibia Breweries from Belgian brewer Interbrew.
Heineken takes control of SA distribution
Heineken and SAB have ended their partnership in South Africa, with
each group taking control of its own brands there.
DBG to focus on Royal and Heineken
Danish Brewery Group is to upgrade its Royal Ceres brand into a
major national product, and extend its distribution of Heineken
Heineken soft drink unit goes with the flow
Vrumona, the Netherlands-based soft drinks arm of Heineken, has
specified Tyco flow control equipment for an extension to its main
Heineken, Interbrew end Italian partnership
Europe's two largest brewers Heineken and Interbrew are to
terminate their licensing and distribution agreements in Italy by
Heineken ends S American disputes
Heineken has put an end to two disputes in South America by taking
stake in CCU and selling its Quilmes shares.
Heineken takes control of glass maker
Heineken, the Dutch brewer, has increased its stake in Heye Glas
Nederland from 33 per cent to 100 per cent.
No fines for Carlsberg, Heineken
The European Commission has been forced to drop its case against
brewers Heineken and Carlsberg after failing to find any recent
evidence that they agreed not to compete in each others' markets.
Both companies have long protested...
Heineken spending spree continues
Egypt, Lebanon, Costa Rica and now Kazakhstan - Heineken is
continuing to invest in developing beer markets across the world, a
programme which shows no sign of coming to a halt.
Another American buy for Heineken
Dutch brewer Heineken is already profiting from its recent
strategic alliance with Costa Rican brewer FIFCO. The two companies
have joined forces with soft drink bottler Panamco to buy Baru, one
of the leading brewers in Panama.
Yet another acquisition for Heineken
Heinken has announced its third acqusition in almost as many days.
The Dutch firm will extend its presence in Africa with the
acqusition of a 69 per cent stake in Lebanon's only brewer, Almaza.
Heineken bids for Egypt's only brewer
Al Ahram Beverage Company (ABC) is to become the latest addition to
the Heineken portfolio, a deal which might go some way towards
appeasing analysts who were hoping for more news of growth as the
company announced its first half...
Heineken brings marketing in-house
Dutch brewer Heineken will take responsibility for the marketing
and distribution of its own brands in the UK after its licensing
agreement with Whitbread lapses in 2003.