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Nov 08, 2007 15:50 EEST
November 8 (SeeNews) - Interbrew Romania, a unit of Belgian brewery group Inbev, said on Thursday its nine-month sales rose by an annual 20%, fuelled by the success of local brand Bergenbier and the international brand Beck's.
"[...] Bergenbier, but also our premium brands Beck's and Stella Artois continue to be the main drivers of our results," Inbev Romania director general Mihai Ghyka said in a statement.
The company provided no figures for its turnover in the first nine months of 2007 and did not say whether it had been profitable in the period.
Interbrew Romania ranked third in the country's beer market in terms of sales, with a 23.6% market share through September, the statement said.
The company estimated that Romania's beer market has grown by 33.3% through September. The other top players on the market are Heineken Romania, SABMiller's Ursus Breweries and Carlsberg's Tuborg Romania.
Interbrew Romania has been active in the country since 1994. It has three factories located in the cities of Ploiesti, Blaj and Baia Mare. It produces the Stella Artois, Beck's, Bergenbier, Lowenbrau and Noroc brands and imports the Leffe and Hoegaarden beers.
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