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Baltika increased its sales by 6% in the first half of 2021 due to the strong Q1

Baltika increased its sales by 6% in the first half of 2021 due to the strong Q1

18.08.21

Despite the hot summer, relaxed quarantine restrictions and stability of the Russian beer market in the first half of 2021, the situation in the industry remained tense. The consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic and changes in consumer behavior presented challenges to brewers. Baltika, as part of the Carlsberg Group, adapted to the changes in the market and increased its sales volume by 6% [1].
Baltika has made a solid start to 2021

Baltika has made a solid start to 2021

28.04.21

Against the background of a stable start to 2021 in the Russian market, export sales of Baltika Breweries reached record values. The strong start to the year is the result of Baltika's implementation of its business strategy 2020-2022, which is aimed at tightly controlling costs and reinvesting the saved funds in innovations and strengthening its market position.
Baltika Breweries increased volumes in 2020

Baltika Breweries increased volumes in 2020

05.02.21

Since 2020, Baltika has been implementing a new business strategy. It helped the company increase volumes by 9% compared to 2019, in the face of a highly competitive beer market and restrictions due to the pandemic.

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Probably the best beer in the world

The very first Carlsberg beers were brewed by Carlsberg's founder J.C. Jacobsen in Copenhagen 1847. Today, Carlsberg is enjoyed all over the world!

Did you know that today, Baltika Breweries, part of the Carlsberg Group...

  • is one of the largest fast moving consumer good companies in Russia
  • is one of the leading companies in the Russian market
  • is the producer of Baltika brand - the No. 1 brand in Europe in terms (Euromonitor 2015)
  • has 8 breweries in  Saint Petersburg, Yaroslavl, Tula, Voronezh, Rostov-on-Don, Samara, Khabarovsk, Novosibirsk. Together, they have an aggregate capacity of approx. 40m hl of beer per year
  • employ about 7,500 people
  • is a major Russian exporter of the products present in more than 75 countries, including Western Europe, North America and Asian Pacific region.
* 2016 data