China’s Beer Equipment Manufacturer, Ziemann Holvrieka Asia, to Invest in Vietnam, Nigeria, and Mexico in 2016

China’s Ziemann Holvrieka Asia Co Ltd, a specialist in beer-making equipment and food-and-beverage plants, will deploy more resources, including human resources, in emerging markets such as Vietnam, Nigeria and Mexico this year, to compete with other established rivals in the region. The subsidiary of China International Marine Containers (Group) Ltd, the country’s largest transportation equipment

China Resources Beer Holdings, Makers of Snow Beer, Mulls Buying SABMiller’s 49% Stake in Order to Allay Chinese Anti-Trust Concerns

China Resources Beer (Holdings) Co will soon ask investment banks to pitch for a role advising on options for its Chinese brewery joint venture with SABMiller Plc, people with knowledge of the matter said. The State-backed company is seeking advisers as it weighs a potential purchase of all or part of SABMiller’s 49 percent stake

Carlsberg China Expected to Shutter Some of its Chongqing Beer Breweries

A weaker-than-expected performance in China and Russia is forcing Carlsberg A/S, the world fourth-largest brewer, to axe 2,000 staff worldwide by 2018, around 15 percent of its workforce. According to Chief Executive Officer Cees’t Hart, cost-saving measures will affect its Chinese operations, including the closure of some factories. As part of its “business right-sizing” efforts,

Japanese Brewer and Distillery, Suntory, to End its JV with China’s Tsingtao Brewery

Japan’s Suntory Holdings plans to dissolve its joint ventures with China’s second-largest beer maker Tsingtao Brewery Co, and reallocate its resources to the wine market amid a slowing Chinese economy, the Japanese company said on Monday [19 October 2015]. Suntory will sell its entire 50 percent stakes in two joint ventures in production and sales