Anheuser-Busch InBev SA/NV or AB InBev is a Belgium-based brewing company with operations across the globe.
The firm was incorporated on March 3, 2016, under the name Newbelco SA/NV, but its history dates back to the 1850s.
The company manufactures alcoholic beverages, including beer and malt beverages.
It operates through various subsidiaries, including Elysian Brewing Company, Craft brew Alliance, Breckenridge Brewery, Asahi Group Holdings, Devils Backbone Brewing Company, Harbin Brewery, Platform Beer Company, etc.
The company’s produces popular beer brands such as
• Brahma Chopp
• Becks Blue
• Cass Fresh
• Bud Light
• Stella Artois
The company has over 500 global and local under its portfolio.
The company claims to focus on sustainable packaging that is environment-friendly and retains the quality at the same time.
The brewing firm also aims to expands its market presence with successful acquisition and collaborations.
The Belgium-based company’s American Depository Receipts are listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol ‘BUD’.
The company also claims to focus on responsible drinking principles as part of its community development initiatives.
In addition, it has reportedly partnered with United Nations Institute for Training and Research to reduce injuries and death rates due to road traffic and support road safety initiatives.
The company launched its innovation and growth segment, ZX Venture, in 2015, to reportedly caters to emerging needs and develop innovative products.
In 2019, the beer manufacturer sold off its Australian business to Asahi Holdings Ltd for AUD 16.0 billion.
In 2020, the company acquired 100 per cent interest in the Craft Brew Alliance for net consideration of US$ 0.2 billion.
Further in December 2020, the Belgium-based beer company issued 49 .9 per cent stake of its US-based metal container to Apollo Global Management Inc. However, the company retained the operational control of the business segment.
The company claims to have generated approximately 44.8 per cent of total revenue from developed markets and 55.2 per cent from developing nations, including India, Mexico, Bolivia, Brazil, Panama, Nigeria, Mozambique, Peru, etc.
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