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Post date: 07/14/2011 - 01:49

Heineken Benifits from Increase sales in Belarus

Belarusian breweries sold 4.4958 million deciliter of beer on the local market. The sales went up 35.2% over the same month of 2010, which exceeds the target by 40.1%, according to Belgospishcheprom

Belarusian breweries sold 4.4958 million deciliter of beer on the local market. The sales went up 35.2% over the same month of 2010, which exceeds the target by 40.1%, according to Belgospishcheprom

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In June the sales of Olivaria Brewery went up almost 2.2 times to 1.1787 million deciliter, Lidskoye Pivo increased sales by 51.3% to 604,600 deciliter, Brestkoye Pivo’s sales went up 49.1% to reach 353,100 deciliter. Heineken Breweries (Mogilev Oblast) sold 1.24 million deciliter of beer (up 33.9%), Krinitsa Brewery sold 1.2945 million deciliter of beer (up 2.5%).

Meanwhile, the sales of Dvinsky Brovar (Vitebsk) were down by 76% to 4,800 deciliter. Rechitsapivo sold 29,800 deciliter of beer (down 64.2%). The sales of other Belarusian breweries slimmed down by 52.7% to 6,200 deciliter.

In H1 the local sales of beer increased some 25.6% to 19.3226 million deciliter over the same period last year. The export of beer went up 73.7% to reach 5.160 million deciliter. Belarus’ beer output went up 22.3% to the total of 21.8555 million deciliter.