Carlsberg Vietnam Components Overview
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Carlsberg was one of the first Danish multi-national companies to enter Vietnam and made its first investment in 1993. For the first 20 years, Carlsberg managed its Vietnamese operations through Carlsberg Indochina. In 2012 a fully dedicated Carlsberg Vietnam organization was established.
Operations in Vietnam
Carlsberg Vietnam comprises two entities including trading and production companies:
Carlsberg entered Vietnam in 1993 through the joint venture South East Asia Brewery and currently owns 100% of this company. In 1994, Carlsberg acquired 50% of the Hue Brewery Limited (HBL), the market leader in Central Vietnam. Hue Brewery Limited became a wholly owned subsidiary of Carlsberg when the company acquired the remaining 50% in 2011. In 2008, Carlsberg acquired a minority share in Ha Long Brewery in North West Vietnam and currently owns 31% of this company. That same year, the company created a joint venture with HABECO, the leading brewing group in North Vietnam, in the form of Hanoi Vung Tau Brewery Joint Stock Company. In 2009, Carlsberg became a strategic investor in HABECO, acquired 17% stake in this government owned entity. In 2014, Hanoi Vung Tau joint venture has been converted into fully owned subsidiary of Carlsberg Vietnam.
Carlsberg Vietnam company produces and markets Huda and Huda Gold in Central Vietnam, Halida in North Vietnam. The company produces and distributes Carlsberg, Huda and Halida brands in South Vietnam