SAB Miller says research to date on a new type of PET to keep bottled beer fresher for longer 'looks promising', but the brewer says commercialization of the technology is still around five years away.
Molson Coors has launched legal action against SAB Miller in response to the UK company's move to terminate a licensing agreement granting the US-Canada brewer rights to license SAB products in the country, with the latter blaming low volume sales.
SABMiller said today that ‘intense competition’ within European lager led to a fall in beer volume sales during the last quarter, but the brewer told BeverageDaily.com that it didn’t think there was a fundamental problem with the category in this market...
SABMiller announcement yesterday that it had agreed the terms of a recommended cash offer for Foster's with that firm's board of around A$9.9bn (€7.42bn) came as no surprise, according to one City analyst.
Sales volume growth across SABMiller's regional markets, increased
pricing and a favourable exchange rate over the US dollar are
helping to keep the brewer on track for its full year targets, the
company said today.
SABMiller continues to drive volume growth with the announcement
today that lager volumes have increased 11 per cent for the first
fiscal half of the year, attributed to the group's expanded global
SABMiller's China joint venture, China Resources Snow Breweries,
has agreed to buy the remaining shares in a business based in
China's south-western Sichuan province, strengthening its foothold
in an undeveloped region of...
SABMiller is in talks to buy Foster's overseas breweries in Asia,
BeverageDaily.com has learnt, as the potential sale offers
brewers a better foothold in one of the world's fastest growing
Two of the world's biggest brewers have announced plans to expand
in Russia, yet competition will intensify as an outdoor drinking
ban and slow economic progress threaten the market's blistering
growth, writes Chris Mercer.
A soaring premium beer market in Russia and growing consumption in
Poland and Romania are driving forward a major international
brewer's European profits by offsetting problems in Hungary and
Slovakia, writes Chris Mercer.
Harbin, the leading Chinese brewery, has advised shareholders to
resist SABMiller's takeover bid for the company. The bid was
influenced by Ancheuser-Busch's 29 per cent acquisition of the
company earlier in the week. SABMiller...
Anheuser- Busch and Miller, part of the London-based group
SABMiller, are facing a lawsuit that alleges that the company has
illegally targeted children through its packaging and advertising
of alcopop drinks.
SABMiller, the world's second largest brewer, has added another
Polish brewery to its portfolio there. The addition of the Dojlidy
brewery's brands will help extend the company's geographical
presence in the north east...
SABMiller, the giant brewing group, has taken 100 per cent control
of the Chinese beer brand Snow after buying out the minority
shareholder in three Chinese breweries. And while there is still
work to do to improve the situation at...