Heineken announces 17 per cent energy reduction in new sustainability report
Heineken has topped its energy saving goal by two per cent, with a 17 per cent reduction per hectolitre of beer over the past eight years, according to the company's 2010 sustainability report.
Heineken halts its Egyptian operations
Dutch brewer Heineken halted its operations in Egypt due to continued conflict and anti-government protests in the country.
Heineken has acquired a controlling interest in five Nigerian breweries in a move that takes its share of the fast-growing market to over two-thirds.
Heineken cuts size range in beer bottle redesign
Heineken is rolling out a new bottle design across the globe, cutting the number of sizes available, in an effort to achieve greater brand uniformity and streamline its supply chain.
Poor weather contributes to Heineken volume slip in Q3
Europe’s biggest brewer Heineken has blamed disappointing third quarter sales volumes on bad weather and continued struggles in the Russian market.
Heineken resolves Indian brewing conflict
Heineken has consolidated its investments in Asia to grow the Heineken brand in India and resolve a conflict that emerged from the Scottish & Newcastle (S&N) takeover last year.
Carlsberg not expecting delay in Heineken competition review
Carlsberg says it does not expect any delays in obtaining full
regulatory support for its planned joint purchase of brewer
Scottish & Newcastle (S&N), despite an on-going review of
its purchase partner Heineken by the EU competition...
Heineken bites into Transylvanian beer market
Heineken says it hopes to consolidate its position within the high
growth Romanian beer and mineral water market by acquiring
Transylvania-based brewer Bere Mures for an as yet undisclosed fee.
Briefs: Heineken, Coca-Cola and US energy drinks
This week, Heineken goes shopping in Belarus; Coca-Cola remains
tip-lipped on Honest Beverages deal; and a US energy drink brand
steps up its distribution in the country.
Campari's spirit, Czech beer, and Heineken's rugby fumble
In the latest news round-up, Campari remains in good spirits
despite a decline in soft drinks sales, Czech beer is on the rise
and brewer Heineken is still lost in translation over its Rugby
World Cup sponsorship.
Beer sales set to increase, says Heineken
Heineken announced yesterday that it has doubled its forecast for
net profit growth, with strong sales in emerging markets offsetting
slow growth rates in Europe and the US.
Heineken to fight back in EU cartel dispute
Heineken has appealed to the public in fighting against a
€219m fine imposed by the EU for breaching the bloc's competition
Heineken boosts sales worldwide, cuts costs
Heineken today reported organic revenue growth of 6.3 per cent
during the first half of 2006 compared to the previous year, held
up by strong US demand for the company's light beer and sales
increases in central and eastern Europe.
Beer sales lift Heineken's profit prediction
Heineken has said profits this year were likely to be better than
it thought, thanks to surprisingly good beer sales in both Eastern
Europe and the more stagnant US market.
Heineken loses patent battle with InBev
Heineken has failed in its first attempt to stop rival brewer InBev
selling its home brewing system in the Netherlands.