INDIA: United Breweries expands in India - report

By | 28 September 2007

United Breweries plans to expand its beer production capacity, according to reports.

The company, cited by Dow Jones today (28 September), said it aims to invest INR4bn (US$100.7m) to expand its breweries by 20% per year.

UB, which is 37.5%-controlled by Scottish & Newcastle, recently built breweries in Rajasthan and Orissa, with capacities of 7.1m cases and 1.4m cases a year respectively.

The brewer, which is part of the UB Group, currently has an annual capacity of around 120m cases.

No-one was immediately available for comment at UB when contacted by just-drinks today.

Sectors: Beer & cider

Companies: United Breweries, UB Group

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INDIA: United Breweries expands in India - report

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When MNC with their brands & present indian managment of MNC are failure, then it is UB only who has to fill the gap ,so automatically they have to plans to expand its beer production capacity,at present.

Mahendra Nathani


Mahendra Nathani said at 1:27 am, September 29, 2007

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