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Carlsberg Q2 Net Profit Up At DKK 3.08 Bln
Carlsberg Upgrades 2019 Earnings Expectations
Carlsberg CEO Says Not Concerned About Losing Market Share In Russia; To Focus On Value
Carlsberg A/S is a Denmark-based company active within the brewing industry. It is primarily engaged in the production, marketing and sale of beer and soft drinks. The Company’s portfolio consists of a range of beer and cider brands, including Carlsberg, Kronenbourg, Baltika, Somersby, Holsten, Tuborg, Lav and Lvivske, among others. Its operations are divided in geographical segments: Western Europe, Eastern Europe and Asia. The Company is also present in a number of markets where it does not operate its own breweries, through license business and export. Additionally, the Company has interests in development and sales of real estate. It operates through numerous subsidiaries in Europe and Asia, including Carlsberg Danmark A/S, Carlsberg Sverige AB, Carlsberg Bulgaria AD, Baltika Breweries OAO and Carlsberg Brewery Hong Kong Ltd, among others.
Ny Carlsberg Vej 100
Non-Independent Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Cees 't Hart
President, Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Committee, Member of the Executive Board
Lars Fruergaard Joergensen
Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Executive Board, Member of the Executive Committee
Jessica Alice Jacqueline Spence
Executive Vice President, Group Commercial; Member of the Executive Committee
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Danish brewer Carlsberg <CARLb.CO> posted a solid rise in half-year sales thanks to Asian markets, where consumers are trading up from mainstream beers to pricier premium brands, lifting its shares 5 percent on Thursday.
Danish brewer Carlsberg on Thursday reported a 9 percent jump in first-quarter sales, partly buoyed by Asian drinkers switching to more expensive beers.
Danish brewer Carlsberg has bought a minority stake in Chinese micro brewery Jing-A, the company said on Friday.
It is almost a barman's dream - a keg that can monitor beer levels and alert the brewery for more supplies when stocks are running low, cutting the risk of running out of beer.
Danish brewer Carlsberg's sales rose last year for the first time in three years, helped by strength in China and the long, hot summer in Northern Europe and Russia, but it warned it expects slower growth in 2019.
Danish brewer Carlsberg on Wednesday posted fourth-quarter sales above expectations and said it expects organic operating profit to grow by mid-single-digit percentage in 2019, well below last year.
Danish brewer Carlsberg <CARLb.CO> on Thursday posted stronger-than-expected third-quarter sales and confirmed its recently lifted operating profit growth outlook for this year of 10-11 percent.
Danish brewer Carlsberg on Thursday posted stronger-than-expected third-quarter sales and confirmed its recently lifted operating profit growth outlook for this year of 10-11 percent.
Danish brewer Carlsberg <CARLb.CO> lifted its full-year outlook on Wednesday, citing execution of its efficiency programme and after a warm summer in Western Europe helped sales, among other factors.
Carlsberg <CARLb.CO> said on Wednesday it will increase capacity its Kronenbourg brewery in Obernai, France, its largest in Europe, with a 100 million euro ($117 million) investment.
Danish brewer Carlsberg <CARLb.CO> raised its full year profit outlook on Thursday after second-quarter sales beat forecasts on growing demand for its expensive beers in China and strong sales in Russia during the World Cup.
Strong growth in China for Carlsberg helped to dilute the negative effects of currencies and lower volumes in the Russian market, allowing the Danish brewer to stick to its annual profit forecast.
CARLSBERG CEO CEES 'T HART SAID IN AN INTERVIEW:
Attempts by Russia to curb alcohol abuse, including limiting the size of plastic beer bottles, hit sales of Danish brewer Carlsberg <CARLb.CO> and pushed its 2017 profit well below analysts' expectations.
CARLSBERG CHIEF EXECUTIVE CEES 'T HART SAYS ON CONFERENCE CALL:
CARLSBERG CHIEF EXECUTIVE CEES 'T HART SAID ON A CONFERENCE CALL:
Danish brewer Carlsberg on Wednesday said it expected operating profit to grow by a percentage in the mid-single-digits this year and that it would increase dividend payout, after posting 2017 sales below analysts' expectations.
* SAYS ACQUISITION FOLLOWS THE 2014 MERGER THROUGH WHICH CARLSBERG GAINED A 51 PCT STAKE
Danish brewer Carlsberg <CARLb.CO> has edged closer to reaching an agreement with the Vietnamese government to increase its stake in Habeco <BHN.HM>, one of Vietnam's biggest brewers, which it hopes will speed up the process.
* SAYS CHRIS WARMOTH HAS BEEN APPOINTED EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT WESTERN EUROPE
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