Mergers, acquisitions and strong brands were behind the significant rise in Arla's turnover in 2012. Despite significant price pressure on the global market in the first half of the year, Arla delivered results in line with expectations.
In June Arla entered a ten-year contract with Chinese food company Biostime to produce up to 20,000 tons of Danish milk powder for the infant formula market pr. year. Consequently, Arla now looks to expand its milk powder facility Arinco in
ArIa Foods amba and Milk Link are pleased to be able to confirm that regulatory approval has been granted by the European Commission to merge. The Commission’s approval means that the merger will now complete on 1 October, enabling the form
Arla Foods is at a major turning point in the British and German markets. Two planned mergers will immediately increase Arla’s revenue by DKK 9 billion per year, thereby strengthening Arla Foods’ position as one of Europe’s leading dairy
In 2012 Arla will invest in a stronger dairy structure, the processing of whey ingredients and more focus on growth markets, with the aim of increasing Arla’s international competitiveness. At the same time, many of the investments will gen
Arla Foods will begin offering dairy products on GlobalDairyTrade from April 3rd 2012. With Arla Foods’ participation as a seller on GlobalDairyTrade, access to bidders around the world has been expanded, and a tool to improve the challenge
EU’s competition authorities have given the go-ahead for Arla Foods’ acquisition of Allgäuland-Käsereien in Southern Germany.
Arla’s Board of Representatives has approved an amendment to the Articles of Association. This means that Arla is to adopt the international accounting standard IFRS. The decision entails some minor technical accounting changes and one majo
Arla Foods will centralise its current production of Mozzarella cheese at its dairy plant in Rødkærsbro, Denmark. Consequently, the company is looking to sell its production facilities in Gościno, Poland.
The two members who have decided to retire from the Executive Management Group (EMG) will continue working for Arla, devoting themselves to more specific strategic tasks.
The keyword for Arla’s first half-year 2011 is growth. Revenue rose by 12 per cent, among other things due to the merger with Hansa-Milch and price increases in the market. Arla also delivered a large increase in the milk price to the coope
Arla's yellow cheese production is to be rationalised to counter international competition and declining milk volumes in Sweden. Yesterday, Arla's Board of Directors approved a structure plan aimed at consolidating part of the yellow cheese