InBev, the company formed last year by the merger of Belgium's
Interbrew and the Brazilian giant AmBev, says it is on track for
solid profit growth in 2004 despite missing its full-year volume
growth target, writes Chris Jones.
In reaction to the continued buy up of shares in Sun Interbrew
by a Russian investment company, parent company Interbrew has responded by announcing measures to
control the sale of voting shares. The move has been made in an
The British arm of brewing giant Interbrew will work alongside the
government to combat the problem of alcohol abuse, even though it
still remains unconvinced about the long-term effectiveness of the
government's Alcohol Harm...
The biggest South American and European brewing groups have today
announced a merger which will catapult them into the number one
position in the global brewing rankings and further quicken the
pace of industry consolidation.
Belgium based brewers Interbrew, and Carlton and United Breweries
(CUB), have signed a distribution agreement which enables CUB to
import, distribute and market Interbrew's global specialty brands -
Leffe and Hoegaarden.
Market research firm Rabobank has just published a report on the
Dutch brewing industry. Entitled The Dutch beer market in an
international perspective: Dynamics of a mature market, the
report contrasts the Dutch beer market to the...
Interbrew is set to become the third largest brewer in China with
the acquisition of a 50 per cent stake in Malaysia's Lion group.
The Belgian group will now brew 21 million hl of beer in China each
Belgian brewer Interbrew has suffered a setback for plans to
streamline its US operations after the US Court of Appeals refused
to overturn a ruling to prevent the company from merging two of its
The three pillars of Interbrew's expansion strategy - investing in
strong local brands, growing its core Stella Artois beer and buying
up regional brewers - have given the Belgian firm a strong and
distinctive identity on the...