Beer operation


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Beer operation

[Georg Joseph Beer, Ger. ophthalmologist, 1763–1821]
A flap operation for cataract or artificial pupil.
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Prior to the acquisition of FEMSA's beer operations, Heineken's operations in the region were limited to an equity stake in CCU, which has operations in Chile and Argentina, and a small equity holding in FEMSA's Brazilian operation.
to strengthen its drug business amid slow growth in its mainstay beer operations, informed sources said Friday.
Wholesale beer operations are often franchises authorized by the brewery and state licenses to deliver warm beer in cans, bottles and kegs to retails from distribution warehouses geographically scattered across the brewer's trade area.
Informed sources said Friday that Kirin Holdings was in talks to acquire the drugmaker to strengthen its pharmaceutical business amid slow growth in its mainstay beer operations.
The group's international beer operations are expected to have benefited from its acquisition of full ownership of Portuguese brewer Cantralcer while Euro 2004 soccer should also have helped.
Femsa said reports that it was looking to sell off its beer operations in order to focus on its soft drink bottling activities were "totally false".
This grand plan includes expansion of its international business and beer operations, and the generation of 15% of its profits from innovation.
The Boston Company announced that David Rocco has joined the Operations Department as Senior Director of Supply Chain, with responsibilities for planning, customer service, order fulfillment and freshest beer operations.
Fernandez said, "We are enthusiastic about this transaction, which positions FEMSA's beer operations to become an integral part of Heineken's leading global platform.
The changes include the appointment of Alfredo Martinez, head of Femsa's beer operations, as deputy chief executive officer of Femsa.
Apparently beer is good this morning, as Anheuser-Busch (NYSE:BUD) backed its 2006 forecast, with international beer operations profits expected to decline a bit due to "unfavorable revenue mix" in the U.