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SABMiller global boss visits Zambian Breweries operations

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unnamedThe Chief Executive Officer of the world’s second largest brewing group, SABMilier, toured the company’s Zambian operations recently.

Alan Clark led staff to visit Zambian Breweries and National Breweries projects in Lusaka to familiarise himself with the business operations of the group’s local subsidiaries.

Speaking after the visit, Zambian Breweries Plc, Corporate Affairs Director Ezekiel Sekele said the SABMiller team discussed a number of issues with management but focussed primarily on the long term opportunities in Zambia.

“We are grateful to Alan Clark, his team and SABMiller Africa staff for their visit and leadership. Their work has upheld SABMiller values and helped us grow. More so, their visionary leadership has strengthened our business position with higher possibilities of further growth,” said Sekele.

The SABMillier team, which was headed by Mr Clark, included various representatives from SABMiller Plc. Together with senior SABMiller Africa staff members, the team toured National Breweries new Chibuku plant, along with trade outlets selling the group’s products in Matero.

Sekele added: “The importance of ensuring consumers are satisfied with our products is key in our business and growth. After touring our Chibuku plant and some of our trade outlets, I believe that the team has learnt a lot about what is important for our customers.”

During the visit, the SABMiller team, accompanied by local staff took, time to interact and discuss business operations with traders selling SABMiller products in Matero.

“Around Zambia, we work to build strong local businesses that contribute to local economies and ensure that consumers of our products are happy,” said Sekele.

SABMiller Plc is a global leader in the beer and soft drinks business, bringing refreshment and sociability to millions of people all over the world who enjoy drinks, and the company conducts business in a way that improves livelihoods and builds communities.


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