Kofola Group

Kofola ČeskoSlovensko is part of the Kofola Group, one of the leading producers and distributors of non-alcoholic beverages in Central and Eastern Europe. Besides the traditional CzechoSlovak market where the Group is a leader, the Group is also present in Slovenia, in Croatia and in Poland. The Group produces drinks with care and love in eleven main production plants. Key own brands include carbonated beverages Kofola and Vinea, waters Radenska, Studenac, Rajec, Ondrášovka and Korunní, syrup Jupí, beverages for children Jupík, energy drinks Semtex and UGO fresh juices and salads. In selected markets, the Group distributes among others Rauch, Evian, Badoit or Vincentka products and under the licence produces RC Cola, Orangina, Rauch or Pepsi.

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Kofola ends last year by exceeding expectations, with its annual EBITDA above 1 billion CZK (37.8 million EUR).

8. 2. 2021

The Kofola Group slightly exceeded expectations at the end of 2020, despite significant limitations on the market during the last months of the year, due to the coronavirus pandemic. The value of EBITDA for 2020 reached, according to preliminary economic results, 39.0 million EUR. Annual revenue dropped compared to the previous year by 3.7%. One reason behind this relatively small revenue decrease is the successful acquisition of Ondrášovka and Korunní mineral waters, which contributed to growth in the retail market.

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Financial results calendar 2021

14. 1. 2021

Kofola ČeskoSlovensko a.s. announces its financial results calendar for 2021.

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Kofola had a record-breaking summer, consumers were loyal to traditional brands

25. 11. 2020

The Kofola Group improved the key economic indicators, with impressive results, especially in the CzechoSlovak segment, built on traditional brands. In the third quarter, it recorded revenues higher by 219.5 mCZK, EBITDA grew by 121.2 mCZK. This enabled Kofola to create a reserve for economic fluctuations connected to the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic.

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