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IRN-BRU maker AG Barr posted growth ahead of the soft drinks market

AG Barr’s growth ahead of soft drinks market

By James Ridler

AG Barr has posted growth ahead of the soft drinks industry in its half-year results, as warm weather helped the beverages manufacturer recover from the ‘Beast from the East’ cold snap.

Irn-Bru manufacturer AG Barr plans to cut 10% of its workforce

AG Barr announces 90 job losses

By Matt Atherton

Soft drinks company AG Barr plans to cut 10% of its workforce as part of its restructuring strategy.

Britvic and AG Barr have both secured growth

Britvic and AG Barr both score growth

By Laurence Gibbons

Beverage manufacturers Britvic and AG Barr have both reported revenue growth over the “competitive” festive period.

AG Barr has invested at its Milton Keynes and Cumbernauld factories

Soft drinks manufacturer AG Barr restores its sales growth

By Rick Pendrous

Soft drinks maker AG Barr, which manufactures the iconic Irn Bru brand, has restored its sales, which were up 3.9% in its third quarter trading results to November 28 compared with the same period last year, putting it back on track to meet its long-term...

AG Barr will pump a further £11M into its Milton Keynes site to expand

AG Barr invests £11M at Milton Keynes

By Nicholas Robinson

AG Barr has confirmed a further £11M investment at its new £41M Milton Keynes manufacturing facility in its interim results today.

Stacey is plotting to boost output to 19M cans next year

AG Barr to double output

Working with one high-speed production line can be a challenge, but Tim Stacey tells Nicholas Robinson there are more perks than drawbacks

AG Barr makes brands such as Irn Bru and Rubicon

AG Barr production shift could see 40 jobs go

By Rod Addy

AG Barr’s relocation of carton production from its Tredegar site in Wales to Milton Keynes could result in a net loss of 40 jobs as it closes the Tredegar factory.

AG Barr is expected to reap benefits from its sponsorship of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games

CCE’s loss may be AG Barr’s gain, says analyst

By Rod Addy

Soft drinks firm AG Barr is benefiting from Coca-Cola Enterprises’ (CCE’s) struggling performance, according to Shore Capital analyst Phil Carroll, commenting on the former’s first financial quarter (Q1).

AG Barr is a sponsor for the Commonwealth Games

AG Barr’s game plan to boost image and sales

By Nicholas Robinson

Irn-Bru beverage manufacturer AG Barr is looking to this year’s Commonwealth Games in Glasgow to provide a boost to its image and sales, on a par with that achieved by Coca-Cola at the 2012 UK Olympics in London.

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