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No. 6 (279)
June 2018

Birofilia – to the exchanges!
spis-1.jpgLast year, Piwo Giełdowe (Exchange Beer) was brewed in the Krajan Brewery and labelled with an occasional label. Last year, both the label of the exchange beer as well as an occasional post card featured the views of the so-called Baenisch’s Brewery.  The brewery was built and opened in the Fourties of the 19th century by the German brewers Karol Baenisch and Wilhelm Klosse by the present Przemysłowa Street.
Permit for large commercial entity
spis-2.jpgThe act determines the rules and the mode of the permit grant for establishment and operation of large space commercial facilities, i.e. facilities exceeding an area of 400 m2, where any commercial activity is run. Sale area is recognised as an area, described in art. 2 item 19 of the act dated the 27th of March 2003 on spatial development planning (Bill of Acts No 80, item 717 with later amendments, amend. 1), i.e. part of generally available area of a commercial facility, which makes as a technical and utility complex designed for retail sale, in which direct sale of goods takes place (excluding areas of services and catering and auxiliary areas, such as stores, offices, communication and exhibition space etc.).
Sobieski is growing strong
The Sobieski Company has taken over another distribution company – Redo, which belongs to the largest distributors of alcohols in the north-eastern part of Poland. This is already an eighth acquisition of a company over the last months. The annual turnover of the company amount to around 120 million PLN net. Thanks to the beneficial transaction, the current turnovers of the distribution network of the Sobieski Group amounting to around 900 million PLN a year, will grow as much as by 15%. Presently, the Redo Company is provided with six distribution centres on the area of the Podlaskie and Warminsko-Mazurskie Voivodships. The Sobieski Group is a leading producer and a distributor of spirits in Poland, its shares on the market amount to around 29%.
Good results of CEDC

The largest producer and distributor of vodka in Poland have raised its profits in comparison with the last year even by 28%. In the third quarter of 2007, the company achieved incomes of 299.3 million dollars. It is anticipated that by the end of the current year, the company may earn even 73 million dollars net. The sales growth contributed to the improvement of the company’s results. Still the CEDC products, Zubrowka and Absolwent are equally popular.

Rynki Alkoholowe, 12/2007

Trojniak in Brussels

The most popular Polish mead – trojniak was registered in the European Union. It is to be included to the category of the traditional Old Polish specialties. Trojniak is another, next to Bryndza Podhalanska, food product from Poland, which is subordinated to the Union’s law. Products of unique flavours and produced in accordance with old recipes, are granted the Certificate of the “Guaranteed traditional specialty” in the European Union.

Rynki Alkoholowe, 12/2007

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