Company Overview of Heineken UK Limited
Heineken UK Limited engages in the production and distribution of cider and beer. It also owns, operates, and leases various pubs in the United Kingdom. The company was founded in 1749 and is based in Edinburgh, United Kingdom. As of April 28, 2008, Heineken UK Limited operates as a subsidiary of Heineken NV and Carlsberg A/S.
3-4 Broadway Park
Edinburgh, EH12 9JZ
Founded in 1749
Key Executives for Heineken UK Limited
Regional President of Western Europe
Managing Director of Brasseries Kronenbourg and Acting Managing Director of Scottish Courage
Managing Director of Asia
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Heineken UK Limited Key Developments
Kingfisher Beer Europe Limited Enters into Contract Brewing and Distribution Agreement with Heineken UK Limited
Apr 22 13
Kingfisher Beer Europe Limited entered into a Contract Brewing and Distribution Agreement with Heineken UK Limited (“Heineken”). Commencing October 9, 2013, the Brewing Agreement will grant Heineken the exclusive right to manufacture, package and supply Kingfisher beer for sale in the United Kingdom and to manufacture and package Kingfisher beer for export by KBEL to Europe (excluding Germany) for a period of five years whereupon the Brewing Agreement will automatically terminate. In addition, under the Brewing Agreement, in exchange for royalty payments to KBEL, Heineken will receive the right to be the sole and exclusive reseller of the Product to certain customers. If Heineken fails to sell a specified amount of the Product to such customers, KBEL will be entitled to withdraw such exclusivity upon the terms provided in the Brewing Agreement. KBEL will continue to sell the Product purchased from Heineken to certain wholesale and on trade customers in the United Kingdom. Pursuant to the Brewing Agreement, Heineken will be granted an exclusive license to use certain trademarks, including an exclusive license to brew the Product, for the purpose of manufacturing, packaging and selling the Product in accordance with the terms of the Brewing Agreement. Heineken reserves the right to amend or withdraw any or all payment terms and method of payment if (i) KBEL breaches the Brewing Agreement, or (ii) Heineken concludes that there is a reasonable risk that KBEL will be unable to make payment for the Product, or there are reasonable concerns about KBEL’s solvency.
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