Panama Starts Production of Miller Lite Beer

The National Brewery announced a $ 5 million investment to start production of Miller Lite beer.

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Through the National Brewery (CN), Panama has become the first authorized country to produce Miller Lite beer outside of the United States market.

Fernando Zavala, president of CN, told Prensa.com "What we are seeing is the effort of almost a year´s work” showing pride in the company's 1,700 workers achieving a new victory in their production chain.



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The increase in production capacity will allow Cervecería Panamá to expand its presence in the market, especially with its brand Atlas.

From a statement by Cerveceria Nacional, SA:

Cervecería Nacional, focussing on maintaining the quality of its products and continuing to contribute to the economic development of the country, has made a total investment of $90 million in the last three years and $21 million in the expansion of its plant, located in Tumba Muerto.

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March 2011

In 2010, the industry produced 235 million liters of beer, 2.3% higher than 2009.

The increase in production has been accompanied by large investments by the country´s two breweries.

"Cervecería Nacional invested $ 5.3 million to increase production capacity by 20% and to produce Miller Lite beer for the first time in Panama," Prensa.com reported.

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Breweries “Barú Panamá” and “Nacional” will invest to enlarge their production facilities and improve their sales infrastructure.

Etienne Strijp, CEO of “Cervercería Barú Panamá”, explained they will expand the factory due to increased demand for the product (26% in 2009 vs 2008).

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