STW

(redirected from Sales to Wholesalers)
AcronymDefinition
STWSave the World
STWStation Wagon
STWStammwürze (German beer ingredient)
STWStavropol (Russia)
STWSchool To Work
STWSomething to Wear
STWStraight to Work (various organizations)
STWShock the World
STWSeize the World (epilepsy charity)
STWSpread the Word
STWSmart Term for Windows
STWSuper Touren Wagen
STWShare to Web
STWStore Word
STWSevern Trent Water (England)
STWStiffness to Weight (factor or index; bicycle frames)
STWSewage Treatment Works
STWStay That Way
STWShogun Total War (gaming)
STWSearch the Web (newsgroup slang, similar to RTFM)
STWStrike Warfare
STWStandards of Training and Watchkeeping
STWStorm the Walls (band)
STWShort Term Work
STWShare the Wealth
STWSave the Whales
STWStandardized Work
STWShallow Tube Well (irrigation)
STWSet To Work
STWSurface Transverse Wave
STWServo Track Writer
STWShooting Times Westerner
STWShrinkTheWeb.com
STWSpeed Through the Water
STWSheer to Waist
STWStormwind (gaming)
STWSamsung Techwin Co, Ltd (Korea)
STWSee Through Walls (US Army)
STWStrike Warfare Commander
STWShimura-Taniyama-Weil conjecture (mathematics)
STWSex Trade Worker
STWScrewTurn Wiki (ScrewTurn Software)
STWSir Terry Wogan
STWScientific and Technical Writing (various universities)
STWSubject to Weather
STWSway the Way (band)
STWSingle Track World (Mountain Bike Magazine & Forum)
STWStar Trek Welcommittee
STWSearch the Wiki
STWSpecialist Training Wing
STWSurveillance and Threat Warning
STWSpread to Worst
STWSet Top Wonder (ATI video card)
STWSONAR Trainer Workstation
STWScotland the What? (comedy trio)
STWSales to Wholesalers (Beer Industry)
STWSpecial Test Weight
STWSpam the Web
STWShear Transverse Wave (frequency resonance)
STWStanley Warner Corporation (stock symbol)
STWShot the Wiz (musician)
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Phoenix Petroleum said the fall in volume was seen mainly in nonretail transactions, which was part of a deliberate move to temper low margin sales to wholesalers.
Clark reported that North America group Net Producer Revenue (NPR) grew by 3%, driven by MillerCoors' group NPR growth of 2%, with "lower volumes offset by positive sales mix and higher net pricing." US domestic sales to retailers (STRs) declined 1.2% in the quarter, and sales to wholesalers declined 1.7% in the quarter.
Foreign investment in cash and carry, which allowed sales to wholesalers but not consumers, was made possible in 1997.
MillerCoors' US domestic sales to retailers declined 1.9% while domestic sales to wholesalers were down 1.2% in the period.
Domestic sales to wholesalers for MillerCoors declined 2.7 percent for the year, with a 2.5 percent decline in the fourth quarter, SABMiller said.
In May, A-B reaffirmed its 2005 earnings outlook, saying that both domestic sales to wholesalers and earnings would decline during the second quarter but regain traction in the second half as marketing initiatives took hold.
Domestic beer sales to wholesalers were largely flat, and the company said it expects full-year sales to wholesalers to be up about half a percent.
Sales to retailers, which A-B said is a better indicator of underlying consumer demand than sales to wholesalers, will be down about 2 percent for the first quarter.
Sales to wholesalers were 22.3 million barrels for the second quarter and 42.4 million barrels for the first half, an increase of 4.3 percent and 3.6 percent, respectively.
Sales to wholesalers were 20.1 billion barrels, an increase of 2.9 percent over the 19.6 million sold during the corresponding period in 1989.