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 .
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 2016.
Heineken UK Limited Key Developments
Heineken UK Ltd. Wins GBP 55 Million Multiple Awardees Contract for Supplying Beer and Cider
Dec 27 15
Heineken UK Ltd. won a GBP 55 million (excluding VAT) multiple awardees contract award from TUCO Ltd. for the supply and distribution of beer and cider (Contract Award Notice No.: 2015/S 250-457354; Contract No.: ALC16 (1); Lot No.: 1).
HEINEKEN Becomes Cider Partner to Wasps and the Ricoh Arena
Sep 22 15
HEINEKEN has become the Official Lager and Cider Partner to Wasps and the Ricoh Arena. The company will supply all beer and cider to the Midlands venue, whether guests are visiting the Ricoh Arena for sport, business or entertainment. As well as the Heineken brand, visitors to the Ricoh Arena will also be able to sample Foster's, Amstel, Strongbow, Symonds Founder's Reserve Cider and John Smith's on draught, along with bottles of Heineken, Bulmers, Foster's, Sol, Desperados, Birra Moretti and Old Mout. HEINEKEN will be supporting the refurbishment of many of the bars around the Ricoh Arena and will also create brand areas and pop-up fanzones on Wasps match days to enable supporters to enjoy a full match day experience.
Unite Members at Bulmers to Strike on July 15, 2015
Jul 2 15
Unite trade union members at the Bulmers brewery in Clonmel will be taking strike action from 8 a.m. on July 15, 2015. Unite claims that this follows a unanimous vote for industrial action on foot of the company's decision to renege on a 2009 collective agreement governing redundancy terms. Since last August, Unite has been seeking to engage with the company at the LRC to resolve this issue. Now, one of the members is now being made redundant on terms which amount to around half of what had been agreed. It is on foot of that decision that members unanimously voted for industrial action. Not only is Bulmers in clear breach of an agreement - their miserly treatment of member is particularly disappointing in view of the fact that the dividends paid to shareholders by parent company C&C have more than doubled since 2011, while this year the CEO's total remuneration package is just short of €1,000,000.
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