AUS: Australian Beverage Holdings to sell Noble Beverages - report
The company is estimated to be worth AUS11m
Australian Beverage Holdings has put its bottled water unit Noble Beverages up for sale, according to a media report.
Private equity firm Hawkesbridge Capital is handling the sale, The Australian reported today. Australian Beverage Holdings bought Noble Beverages in December 2004, according to Noble's website.
The company, which owns the Pureau water brand, has an estimated AUD12m (US$11m) price tag, the report said.
This week, Israeli-owned office water-cooler supplier Eden Springs was sold to private-equity firm Rhône Capital.
- Are we kidding ourselves over craft spirits?
- What's behind Brown-Forman's Irish whiskey plans?
- Is Brown-Forman doing a Jack Daniel's in Ireland?
- How good a sustainability fit are ABI and SAB?
- Interview - Heineken global activation director
- Diageo, Treasury Wine Estates quiet on wine sale
- Chandon to become "third pillar brand" for MH
- Brown-Forman silent on Southern Comfort report
- Pay freeze anger threatens Carlsberg UK site
- Stoli appoints international marketing director
- The IWSR Duty Free/Travel Retail Report 2015
- Future growth opportunities for global spirits
- Global gin insights - market data, product innovation and consumer trends research
- Global non-Scotch whiskies insights - market forecasts, product innovation and consumer trends research
- Global Scotch whisky insights - market forecasts, product innovation and consumer trends research