Bohemia Sekt as in Alcoholic Drinks (Czech Republic)
Bohemia Sekt as is focused on maintaining its strong position in wine and spirits in the Czech Republic during the forecast period. The company aims to concentrate more on a premium portfolio, reducing imports of wine and focusing on the production of its own quality wine. The company controls several local wine producers with strong quality positioning and it is probable that it will acquire some of local producers to give financial support.
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Product coverage: Beer, Cider/Perry, RTDs/High-Strength Premixes, Spirits, Wine.
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Table of contentsStrategic Direction
Summary 1 Bohemia Sekt as: Key Facts
Summary 2 Bohemia Sekt as: Operational Indicators
Summary 3 Bohemia Sekt as: Competitive Position 2012
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