The project is worth $27m. It aims to extend the existing capacities producing beer and low alcohol drinks. As the result, monthly output of the plant will increase two times – from 100 thousand hectolitres to 200 thousand. So the plant will be capable of 2.4 million hectolitres annually.
To remind, the main shareholders of JSC Vena are Dutch Brewery concern Carlsberg Breweries A/S (49.9%) and Swedish Baltic Beverages Holding (49.9%), a subsidiary of Carlsberg Breweries A/S. The plant produces beer of the following brands: “Nevskoye”, “Tuborg”, “Nikolay Sinebrjuhoff”, as well as low alcohol drinks.
News source: Rosbalt
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