Yaoundé - 29 May 2020 -

Guinness Cameroon claims hourly whisky bottling capacity of 2,200

Guinness Cameroon claims hourly whisky bottling capacity of 2,200
  • Comments   -   Friday, 28 February 2020 13:11

(Business in Cameroon) - Guinness Cameroon reveals that the hourly whisky bottling capacity of its plant (officially launched in Douala on September 7, 2017) is 2,200 bottles.

The local subsidiary of British brewery group Diageo made the revelation in the presentation document elaborated for the celebration of the group’s 50 years presence in Cameroon this year.

Guinness Cameroon SA is the first brewery, in Cameroon and the Central African sub-region to bottle scotch outside Scotland,” the brewery group indicates.

Initially a brewery group, Guinness Cameroon SA also went into the importation and marketing of wines to diversify its offers in a market dominated by SABC (subsidiary of Castel that controls 74% of the Cameroonian brewery market). Guinness Cameroon SA is also Diageo group’s second subsidiary in Africa (Nigeria being the first). Let’s note that Cameroon is Diageo’s fourth-largest market in the whole world, according to Andy Fennel, then Diageo’s chairman for the African region, during his visit to Cameroon in 2014.  


Chinese telecom firm Huawei has deployed the platform "Learn On" to ensure the continuation of its certification programs in Cameroon. This was revealed...
In Cameroon, the consumer price index rose to 2.6% in the first quarter of 2020, according to a recent note published by the National Institute of...
Since 27 May 2020, the upper bound of the average price per kilogram of cocoa beans in Cameroon has fallen to XAF1150. Compared to the average of XAF1200...
On May 27, the CEO of Nexttel reacted to the strike notice published on May 22 by the union Syntic. "Dear employees of Viettel Cameroun SA (Nexttel), I...

Mags frontpage

Business in Cameroon n87: May 2020

Roads, dams, fiber optics, markets... Cameroon’s big projects toward integration

«Central Africa is facing enormous challenges» - AfDB

Investir au Cameroun n97 Mai 2020

Routes, barrages, fibre optique, marchés… Les grands chantiers camerounais de l’intégration

« L’Afrique centrale est confrontée à d’énormes défis » (BAD)