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Company Response

22 Mar 2022

Author:
Carlsberg

Carlsberg response

...We have gathered a cross-functional emergency response team, which is continuously assessing what are the most pressing issues and defining appropriate actions to address them, considering their overall impact, and prioritizing people´s safety...

We have established communication channels for our employees in Ukraine and potentially affected countries, to get continuous and quality feedback on the areas where support is needed.

Additionally, we are engaging with organisations working on the ground to learn about their assessment of needs and provide support through formal structures with expertise in humanitarian aid, migration, and conflict...

Carlsberg Group initially announced the halt of new investments and exports into Russia. Since then, we have ceased all advertising by both the Carlsberg Group and Baltika Breweries in Russia, and we will stop producing and selling our flagship brand, Carlsberg, in the Russian market. Baltika Breweries will be run as a separate business, with the purpose of sustaining our employees and their families. Any profits generated by the business in Russia will be used to support relief efforts...

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