Carlsberg - Company Results
Here's a round-up of Carlsberg's quarterly results, dating back to 2011
Carlsberg has raised its full-year profits forecast on the back of what the group has described as a "solid" third quarter.
Carlsberg has reported a 25% leap in net profits for the first half of 2016 as its cost-saving initiatives gain momentum.
A "solid start" for Carlsberg has seen the first quarter generate a 2% lift in sales in organic terms for the brewer.
Carlsberg has reported a slight lift in sales for 2015, a year in which the brewer hit an "inflection point" in its geographical performance.
Carlsberg is cutting 2,000 jobs as it forges ahead with cost-cutting plans after another tough quarter.
Carlsberg expects its bottom line to "decline slightly" in the full-year after posting a near-12% slide in operating profits in the first half of 2015.
Carlsberg has reported a lift in sales on flat volumes in the last quarter before its CEO steps down.
The head of Carlsberg is to step down as the brewer's ongoing troubles resulted in a slide in full-year net profits.
Carlsberg has posted a drop in nine-month profits as the Russian beer market continued to decline.
Carlsberg has warned of a tough full-year for its bottom line, as half-year sales and profits came in flat.
Carlsberg has seen the first quarter of 2014 perform "in line with our expectations", but has warned that reported profits in the full year will be hit by "a more uncertain macro situation in Russia and Ukraine".
Carlsberg has posted a fall in full-year profits as volumes and sales declines in Eastern Europe outpaced growth in Asia.
Carlsberg has seen its year-to-date profits edge up after good weather in Western Europe in Q3, but group sales were flat as Eastern Europe remains “challenging”.
Market share gains in Asia and Eastern Europe have helped Carlsberg post a rise in first-half profits but on-going challenges in Western Europe dragged on its performance.
Carlsberg posted strong double-digit sales and profits growth in Asia as the brewer returned to Q1 profit, the company said today (7 May).
Carlsberg has said its key market of Russia was “flat” in 2012, but the group saw strong volume gains in Asia as it reported a rise in full-year net profits and sales.
Carlsberg has reported an on-going recovery in its key market of Russia, while group year-to-date net profits have also seen a slight rise.
Carlsberg has reported a healthy rise in first-half net profits due to the sale of its former brewery site in Copenhagen, while its market share in the Russian beer market grew.
Carlsberg has reported a Q1 net loss of DKK76m (US$13.2m) after the group was hit by the effects of declining volumes in Eastern Europe, particularly Russia.
Carlsberg is seeking full ownership of its Russian subsidiary, Baltika Breweries, after a weaker-than-expected performance in the country dragged down the global brewer's full-year profits.
Carlsberg has reported a fall in nine-month profits due to the ongoing deteroriation of Russia's beer market.
Carlsberg has halved its guidance for profits growth in 2011, after a weaker-than-expected performance in Russia damaged the brewer in the first half of the year.
Carlsberg has said that it is on-track to meet its full-year guidance after a solid rise in net sales in its first quarter, despite a fall in net profits.
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