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Royal Swinkels reports healthy growth and is investing in a sustainable future

Despite challenging market conditions in 2023, Royal Swinkels achieved a solid increase in revenue. Geopolitical tensions, war in sales markets, inflation, the energy crisis, and climate change have shaped a turbulent world and a volatile market. Nevertheless, the family business continued to drive forward, and positive results were achieved. Investments in sustainable growth ensured that the circularity score rose to 61%, 2 percentage points more than in 2022.

Holland Malt opens world's first emission-free malthouse

Holland Malt, one of Royal Swinkels' operating companies, officially opened the world's first emission-free malthouse. With this step, the Eemshaven-based malthouse goes completely off gas.

Royal Swinkels Family Brewers simplifies company name and becomes Royal Swinkels

Lieshout, february 7 2024 – As of today, Royal Swinkels Family Brewers will simply be known as Royal Swinkels. Royal Swinkels represents an independent family of maltsters and brewers committed to working together for success and conducting business in a smarter and more sustainable manner. These developments mean that the existing name no longer covers all company activities. The name change, along with an update of the corporate identity, is a logical step to further strengthen the national and international position.

Swinkels Family Brewers named 'Sustainable Brewery of the Year'.

Swinkels Family Brewers wins the title 'Sustainable Brewery of the Year' at the Icons of Beer 2023. In the competition hosted by the World Beer Awards, an international organization that annually recognizes the best beers, breweries are praised for making a significant impact on the beer industry. The jury evaluates breweries based on their innovation and commitment to sustainability.

Royal Swinkels Family Brewers continues to invest in growth and grows to 59% circularity score

Thanks to increasing sales volumes and cost savings, Royal Swinkels Family Brewers recovered from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2022. Despite challenging conditions in the value chain, and rising energy and raw material prices, Royal Swinkels Family Brewers managed to achieve good results. Profits recovered in 2022 and the financial position remained very strong.

Royal Swinkels Family Brewers books solid 8% sales increase in 2021 and grows to 56% circularity score

Royal Swinkels Family Brewers recorded a solid increase in turnover in 2021, despite the challenges posed by the corona crisis, availability of raw materials and materials and rising inflation. Armed conflict in Ethiopia was also part of reality. The family business was able to keep its eyes on the long term and continue to innovate. A positive result was achieved through volume recovery and cost-cutting measures.