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E-Document Management Helps Baltika, together with Clients, Save about Three Hectares of Woods Annually

E-Document Management Helps Baltika, together with Clients, Save about Three Hectares of Woods Annually

19.03.19

On International Clients’ Day, which is celebrated on March 19th, we thank our clients for cooperation and for our joint contribution to environment and nature conservation.
Baltika is equipping the vehicle fleet with alcolocks

Baltika is equipping the vehicle fleet with alcolocks

14.03.19

The first 300 cars with engine start blockers was added to the company's vehicle fleet in Voronezh, Moscow, Rostov, Samara, St. Petersburg, Tula and Yaroslavl.
Lars Lehmann appointed Executive Vice President for Carlsberg Group’s Eastern Europe region and President of Baltika Breweries

Lars Lehmann appointed Executive Vice President for Carlsberg Group’s Eastern Europe region and President of Baltika Breweries

12.03.19

Lars Lehmann is appointed to Carlsberg Group’s Executive Committee (ExCom) as Executive Vice President (EVP) for the Eastern European region and President of Baltika Breweries; Jacek Pastuszka will change from EVP for Carlsberg Group’s Eastern Europe region to Western Europe.

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Carlsberg

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 the Russian market leader with the share of more than 32.7% of the market (according to retail audit Q1 2017 Nielsen Russia in respect of both Urban Russia and Rural Russia markets)*
  • 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