Arla reviews an eventful year in the official Annual Report 2010. The report is now online.
Joint venture to start operations in 2012.
Hansa-Milch Mecklenburg-Holstein eG and the Scandinavian company Arla Foods amba are set to merge.
Arla Foods amba’s owners, the Danish and Swedish milk producers, are set to increase their investments in Arla in order to achieve the aims of Strategy 2015. “As each co-operative owner could spend the money back at their farms, this sho
Arla Foods has decided to increase the price paid to its co-operative members – the so-called Arla price – by 7.5 øre with effect from 28 June 2010.
2009 – a difficult year for Arla’s farmer owners but a strong performance in the last quarter delivers profit above budget
Arla Foods commits to new research partnership which aims to develop infant formula more closely resembling mothers’ milk.
The global economic crisis has worsened what is an already tough global market for dairy products, putting Arla’s owners the dairy farmers under huge pressure. As a result, Arla is now forced to make further savings of DKK 1 billion in 2009
Growth and efficiencies characterised the first half of 2012. Major agreements have paved the way for significant opportunities for Arla in Germany, the UK and China, and previous mergers and acquisitions have delivered efficiencies across
China is the fastest growing dairy market in the world and has over 1.3 billion consumers. Now Arla Foods is looking to strengthen its presence on the Chinese market by signing agreements with China’s leading dairy company China Mengniu
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