Zaporizhzhia Brewery was restructured into the Open Joint-Stock Company “Beer and Soft Drink Integrated Plant Slavutich"
BBH Group owned by the Finnish company Hartwall and the industrial group Orkla merged with Slavutich
Large-scale investment enabled BBH Ukraine to more than double the nominal output of the Zaporizhzhia plant
Signing of the contract with PepsiCo Inc, which granted BBH Ukraine an exclusive right to make and sell in Ukraine the soft drinks Pepsi, Mirinda and 7UP.
Upon the decision of Carlsberg Breweries’ Board of Directors, BBH Ukraine recieved a license to produce one of the world’s most famous beer brands, Tuborg.
Obtaining of the international standard certificates ISO 9001-2000 (Quality management systems) and ISO 14001-1996 (Environmental management systems).
The first museum brewing opened under Lvivska Brewery. The museum’s visitors can get acquainted with the world history of brewing from the ancient times to the present.
Carlsberg Breweries acquired Scottish & Newcastle and became the sole owner of BBH. That way BBH Ukraine was transferred to Carlsberg Group and was renamed to Slavutich, Carlsberg Group.
The company obtained certificates of compliance with the international standard ISO 22000:2005 that defines requirements for food safety management systems.