Carlsberg takes full ownership of Cambrew


Carlsberg has signed an agreement to acquire additional 25% shareholding of Cambrew, which will, upon completion, bring our ownership to 100%.

Carlsberg CEO Cees ’t Hart says: “The agreement is in line with our strategic priority of growing our business in Asia and in a beer market that offers appealing long-term growth opportunities."​

It’s ‘business-as-usual’ at Cambrew as the team continues to focus on delivering on our strategic priorities.

"This is a perfect occasion to say a big 'thank you' to Mr. Goh Nan Kioh, our previous partner, for all his passion and excellent work in building up Cambrew to be among the largest brewers in Cambodia. We've cultivated, through many years of fruitful partnership, a lasting friendship that we both will continue to enjoy for years to come." Graham Fewkes, EVP Asia, says. 




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