Carlsberg builds new brewery in Vietnam
Carlsberg will strengthen its position in Vietnam's burgeoning
economy with its new brewery built in association with a
domestic partner, the company announced this morning.
Carlsberg strengthens Vietnamese hand with Habeco deal
Carlsberg has acquired a 10 per cent stake in Vietnam's second
largest brewer as it looks to increase its market share in the
country's growing beer market.
Carlsberg brews up a solid 2006
Growth in Western Europe's difficult beer market inflated
Carlsberg's 2006 sales alongside more rapid growth in Asia, the
firm has announced.
Vietnam agreement highlights Carlsberg's expansion aims
Danish Brewer Carlsberg hopes that a memorandum of understanding
with a soon to be privatised Vietnamese rival, will allow it to
make further inroads into the dynamic market for beer in the
Carlsberg upbeat after beer sales rise
Carlsberg raised its profit prediction for the year after beer
sales rose eight per cent in the first half of 2006, thanks to a
limited recovery in Western Europe and more gains in the East.
Carlsberg tackling European beer slump
Carlsberg's plan to scale down operations in Western Europe in
favour of emerging beer markets in Eastern Europe and Asia has
helped it to improve first quarter results this year.
Carlsberg expands in western China
Danish brewer Carlsberg has signed another joint venture agreement
in China that will see it strengthen its foothold in the western
Carlsberg pays out $120m to settle j-v dispute with Chang
Danish brewer Carlsberg will pay Thailand's Chang Beverages $120
million to settle a two-year dispute over a joint venture, it said
Carlsberg plots East Asia rewards
Carlsberg is close to signing a new joint venture deal in China,
says the country's official news agency, as the major brewers take
up position on their East Asian nest eggs, writes Chris
Carlsberg hit by shrinking Western beer market
Falling beer markets across Western Europe have claimed Carlsberg
as their latest victim, handing the Danish brewer heavy losses in
its first quarter despite strong performances in Russia and Asia,
reports Chris Mercer.
Carlsberg's new bottle not worth paying for
Carlsberg Denmark yesterday announced that it would reduce the
price of Carlsberg Pilsner in its new lightweight modern bottles.
Carlsberg extends Chinese presence
and the Danish Industrialization Fund for Developing Countries
(IFU) have drawn up an agreement with Lanzhou Huanghe Enterprise
Group to acquire 50 per cent of the LanzhouHuanghe Brewery's
operations in the Gansu...
EU approves Carlsberg's takeover
The EU commission has approved Carlsberg's takeover of the German
brewer Holsten-Brauerei. The approval places the company one step
closer to the profitable German market writes Danny Vincent.
Carlsberg to close Swedish operations
Differing fortunes in the east and west: Follwing disappointing
third quarter results, Carlsberg has rationalised its operations in
Sweden while at the same time increased its influence in the
Bulgarian brewing industry.
Carlsberg looks to the east for growth
Carlsberg's business will continue to grow in the coming years, but
that growth will be focused on markets in eastern Europe and Asia.