DENMARK: Carlsberg acquires the Beverages Division of the Feldschlösschen Group

By Company Press Release | 3 November 2000

Carlsberg A/S has reached an agreement with Feldschlösschen-Hürlimann Holding AG to acquire the entire Feldschlösschen Beverages Division. Carlsberg will acquire the beer, soft drinks and mineral water production and distribution businesses as well as wine distribution activities of the Beverages Division, in a transaction valued in aggregate at CHF 870 million.

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Carlsberg A/S has reached an agreement with Feldschlösschen-Hürlimann Holding AG to acquire the entire Feldschlösschen Beverages Division. Carlsberg will acquire the beer, soft drinks and mineral water production and distribution businesses as well as wine distribution activities of the Beverages Division, in a transaction valued in aggregate at CHF 870 million.

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