With the merger between AB InBev and SABMiller, the new company will produce around 30% of beer in the world. The Belgian-Brazilian brewer AB InBev announced that it reached an agreement to acquire the British-owned SABMiller company for 121 billion dollars, one of the largest mergers in history.When did SABMiller and Anheuser Busch merge?
And then there were two. The long-anticipated more than $100 billion merger between Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev) and SABMiller closed early evening Monday, leaving Coors Brewing Co. the last of the former “Big Three” beer companies to stand apart from the other two.Who are the companies that are part of SABMiller?
The affected regions include Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Swaziland, Lesotho, El Salvador and Honduras. Companies such as South African Breweries and Cartlton & United Brewing that were subsidiaries of SABMiller, and were not sold after SABMiller was acquired by Anheuser-Busch InBev SA/NV, are now subsidiaries of AB InBev.When did Miller Brewing Company change its name to SABMiller?
In 1999, after listing on the London Stock Exchange to raise capital for acquisitions, the group purchased the Miller Brewing Company in North America from the Altria Group in 2002, and changed its name to SABMiller.