EABLEast African Breweries Limited (Nairobi, Kenya)
EABLEastern Bluebird
EABLEscritório de Advocacia Barachísio Lisbôa (Brazilian law office)
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For almost 100 years, drinking a beer in the East African region has routinely meant picking up a cold Tusker lager -- the flag- ship product of Nairobi-based East African Breweries Limited (EABL).
The investment in low-end, low-margin beer, together with investment in high-end, high-margin spirits, reflects EABL's will to dominate its home markets and to stay relevant to a wide range of consumers.
| Charnwood College Boys celebrate winning the EABL Championship.
Bottled beer, considerably more expensive than either of these drinks, has not yet taken off in rural Uganda, despite the competitive efforts of two rival multinationals, EABL and South African Breweries Ltd (SABL).
As a consequence of terminating their accord, EABL will soon stop distributing SABMiller's brands in Kenya, it added.
eabl partnered with the Kenyan government and small businesses to introduce Senator Keg, an innovative, safe but affordable alternative to illicit brews.
In the case of the EABl, the programme enables distributors to ensure proper management of records, stock flow and cash management.
Diageo plc and South African Breweries said last week that their subsidiaries East African Breweries Limited (EABL) and South African Breweries International (SABI) have entered into operations agreements in Kenya and Tanzania.
The job at EABL was rewarding, but it was time to go beyond the normal,'' Njoroge told the Star.
TABLE 1.--The influence of temperature and precipitation on mean first egg dates of Eastern Bluebirds (Sialia sialis, EABL) and Tree Swallows (Tachycineta Incolor, TRSW) in Ohio from 2000-2015 based on mixed models estimated using restricted maximum likelihood.
The Riders, part of the David Ross Education Trust and Leicester Riders Pathway, are in action from June 24-29 in Belgrade in both the men's and women's events, after winning the WEABL and EABL 3x3 Championships for the right to represent England in the tournament.
East African Breweries Ltd (EABL), recorded a 67% increase in half-year profits to KSh7.73bn ($75m) on just an 8.1% rise in revenue, suggesting that there has been a big reduction in unit costs.