AB InBev chief Brito leaves on a high as Q1 sales suggest brewer has shrugged off Covid decline

Carlos Brito, the man credited with building Anheuser-Busch InBev as the world’s largest brewer, is to step down.The anticipated announcement came as the brewer reported better-than-expected first-quarter results that indicated it has bounced back from a pandemic decline.Brito, 60, said he wants to step down to pursue other interests. The Brazilian executive led the Belgium-based conglomerate for the past...

New look for Carlsberg’s canned beer in Malaysia

Carlsberg has updated the label designs for its Smooth Draught beer cans and bottles in Malaysia.Titled ‘new look, same smooth brew’, Carlberg’s brand refresh follows an overhaul of the marketing for the beer’s pilsner and special brew beers in 2019.“Growing strong since its launch in 2016, Carlsberg Smooth Draught is best known to deliver a smooth sensation of a...

US brand on a mission to replace plastic water bottles

Brand GEN Z Water is hoping to disrupt the market in the US by using colourful 16oz (474ml) aluminium bottles rather than plastic to package and distribute water.Named after the environmentally-aware generation that inspired its creation, GEN Z Water, based in Fayetteville north-west Arkansas, hopes to shake up the system and divert consumption away from single-use PET bottles. The...

US hair care brand switches to aluminium bottles

US hair care brand Eva NYC has switched from plastic to aluminium bottles in a move designed to raise its environmental credentials.Introduced in February 2021, the new packaging from the Brooklyn-based company includes several sizes of a custom-shaped aluminium bottle supplied by canmaker Trivium Packaging. These are decorated with pastel graphics and topped with a range of matching polypropylene...

A-B InBev launches Mike’s Hard Seltzer in continental Europe

Anheuser-Busch InBev (A-B InBev) has launched Mike’s Hard Seltzer – previously only available in the US and UK – in Belgium, France, the Netherlands and Germany.The launch in lime, raspberry and black cherry flavours in Belgium, France and the Netherlands, and lime, raspberry and passionfruit in Germany, comes in advance of the key summer months, where sales of hard...

Salcombe Brewery invests in new canning line

UK-based Salcombe Brewery will launch its first canned beer following a £1 million investment at its brewing and packaging facility.With capacity to fill 3 million cans a year, a newly-installed ABE filling line handles 330ml and 440ml cans at a rate of 35 a minute. The line also uses an ABE depalletiser, supplied and installed by UK brewery equipment...

Coca-Cola bottler expands solar farm at Wakefield in the UK

Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP), which operates Europe’s largest soft drinks canning plant in the UK, has expanded energy production at a nearby solar farm as part of a wider €250 million (US$301m) investment programme.The increase in output from 5.0 to 8.1 megawatts will save almost 1,800 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions a year and provide 20 per cent of...

Canmaker in Cambodia expands production

Phnom Penh Shengxing, the wholly-owned subsidiary of China’s Sunrise Group, will begin the second phase of expansion for its two-piece beverage can line located in the Cambodian capital.Phnom Penh Shengxing is Sunrise Group’s only plant outside of its home country and joins US-based Crown as one of the few canmakers to operate plants in Cambodia. The market for canned...

‘Not the quarter we expected’, says Molson Coors boss as sales slide

Sales at Molson Coors fell in the first three months of this year as the North American brewer faced a number of unexpected incidents, including a global cyber attack.The hack in March, which knocked out the electronic systems of government agencies including the European Commission, also caused system outages at the Chicago-based brewer. Additionally, the company’s Fort Worth brewery...

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