Integration heralds new phase for Baltika

By Dean Best | 6 October 2006

The integration of Baltic Beverages Holding's ten Russian breweries is set to take the Baltika beer business into a new period of development, as Russia's leading brewer seeks to benefit from the efficiencies in sales and distribution the integration will bring. Dean Best reports.

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The integration of Baltic Beverages Holding's ten Russian breweries is set to take the Baltika beer business into a new period of development, as Russia's leading brewer seeks to benefit from the efficiencies in sales and distribution the integration will bring. Dean Best reports.

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