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Rajecká Lesná

Rajecká Lesná

In a picturesque landscape of the valley Rajecká dolina, in Rajecká Lesná, there is our main Slovak production plant. We opened its gates in the year 2002 and since then we have filled spring water Rajec on five production lines. Thanks to a special aseptic line we are able to let consumers have flavoured variants of Rajec with no preservatives and in bio quality. Furthermore, the traditional Kofola and grapey Vinea are produced here.

Production Plant

Kofola a. s.
013 15 Rajecká Lesná
Slovenská republika

Ostrava

Ostrava

In Ostrava, we have found our steady stronghold. About 250 Kofola mates work in modern offices every day. They contribute to our beverages development, marketing and also keep running our information systems, engage in work with people, controlling and other important tasks.

Headquaters

Kofola ČeskoSlovensko a.s.
Nad Porubkou 2278/31a
708 00 Ostrava – Poruba
Česká republika

Krnov

Krnov

Kofolas birthplace, where we have produced a wide range of our products on eight production lines for 25 years. Exactly here our fresh fruit and vegetable juices UGO are produced and treated with a unique pascalisation method (high pressure) or with infusion of our own herbs.

Production Plant

Kofola a.s.
Pod Bezručovým vrchem,
Za Drahou 1 - Krnov
794 01

Jažlovice

Jažlovice

Where is the biggest amount of salads, fruit and packed UGO goods processed? Not far from Prague, in Jažlovice, where we opened our brand-new production of UGO salads and vegetable mixtures.

Production Plant

HOPI
251 01, Zděbradská 74
251 01 Říčany - Praha
Česká republika

Strážnice

Strážnice

Strážnice is heart of the company LEROS. Right here, quality proved herbs have been gathered from growers who have devoted their life to healing herbs. Original combinations of tea and herbal mixtures are born from processed herbs here and they become a part of our everyday rituals.

Production Plant

LEROS, s. r. o. 
B. Hrejsové 1301
696 62 Strážnice 

Česká republika

Kláštor pod Znievom

Kláštor pod Znievom

In the hollow Turčianska kotlina, in Kláštor pod Znievom, is situated our newest production plant, where we fill mineral water Kláštorná Kalcia. The plant that wasn't producing for some years, has been put into operation in 2019. We fill here mineral water Kláštorná Kalcia, water as firm as a rock, with a balanced ratio of calcium to magnesium, into original design bottles made of 100 % rPET.

Production Plant

Kláštorná, s. r. o.
Staničná 499
03843 Kláštor pod Znievom
Slovenská republika

Radenci

Radenci

The reputation of Radenska, mineral water from Radenci springs, is ever growing since 1869. As a modern company with almost 300 employees, Radenska is a respected innovator, HORECA challenger, and a strong player in retail. After joining the Kofola Group in 2015 the company has fortified its presence and became one of the key players in the Adriatic region.

Production Plant

Radenska d.o.o
Boračeva 37
9252 Radenci
Slovenia

Lipik

Lipik

Our Croatian plant is based in Lipik, beautiful town with 500 years tradition of using medicinal water. Carobonated natural mineral water Lipički Studenac is coming from 380 meters deep since 1875. Moderate content of dissolved minerals, supreme quality and balanced neutral taste makes Lipički Studenac excellent choice for everyday consumption, especially mixing with wines. Lipički Studenac is part of Kofola ČeskoSlovensko family since 2016.

Production Plant

Studenac d.o.o.
Matije Gupca 120
34551 Lipik
Croatia

Zlotoklos

Zlotoklos

Premium Rosa manufactures high-quality natural products such as syrups, NFC juices and jams. Unique products are characterized by: top quality, natural ingredients and traditional recipes. Production technologies in Zlotoklos preserve what is best from authentic ingredients and allow consumers to enjoy the real flavours.

Production Plant

Premium Rosa Sp. z o.o.
ul. Św. Andrzeja Boboli 20
05-504 Złotokłos
Poland

 

Stráž nad Ohří

Stráž nad Ohří

A small village called Korunní is located in the district od Karlovy Vary. Right from here, from the beautiful landscape of the Doupov Mountains comes our water of the same name.

Production Plant

Karlovarská Korunní, s.r.o.
Stráž nad Ohří 77
362 74a Stráž nad Ohří
Česká republika

Moravský Beroun

Moravský Beroun

From a small village in the czech foothills of the Nízky Jeseník we produce and distribute non-flavoured and flavoured mineral water Ondrášovka across the whole Czech Republic.

Production Plant

Ondrášovka, a. s.
Ondrášov 36
793 05 Moravský Beroun 
Česká republika

Everything about Kofola

Kofola had a record summer. Despite a huge increase in input costs, it is on track to meet its annual targets

Kofola had a record summer. Despite a huge increase in input costs, it is on track to meet its annual targets

The Kofola Group has repeatedly confirmed that it can manage the crisis and maintain financial discipline even in difficult periods. Despite experiencing its strongest ever peak season sales, Kofola had to cope with huge increases in the prices of raw materials, packaging materials and energy. However, it reacted very flexibly and introduced cost-saving measures, which contributed to the fact that it now promises to meet its EBITDA target. The most difficult situation this year is in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, with the Adriatic region and the Group's subsidiaries LEROS and UGO helping to cope with the challenging period.

The Kofola Group's revenues and costs grew significantly in the second quarter of the year. Management has therefore refined the annual EBITDA target.

The Kofola Group's revenues and costs grew significantly in the second quarter of the year. Management has therefore refined the annual EBITDA target.

The positive trend in the development of Kofola Group's sales from the first quarter of the year also continued in the second quarter. Sales in this period exceeded expectations, growing by 23% year-on-year, and reaching CZK 3.717 billion in the first six months - CZK 763 million more than in the first six months of last year, and an all-time record. All parts of the Group experienced good growth: Kofola in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, companies in the Fresh&Herbs segment, and the Adriatic region. However, the high sales growth was accompanied by significantly increased costs, led by energy, material inputs, and salary costs. As a result, the Group's operating profit fell by 19% year-on-year in the second quarter. In view of this development, the Group's management refined its estimate of the annual EBITDA target to CZK 1.080 – 1.150 billion. It will also propose to the General Meeting a slight reduction in the dividend to CZK 11.30 per share.

The first quarter of the year was marked by significant year-on-year sales growth for the Kofola Group

The first quarter of the year was marked by significant year-on-year sales growth for the Kofola Group

The end of the pandemic measures and the opening of the market helped the Kofola Group to a significant year-on-year growth of 30% in sales for the first quarter to CZK 1,506 billion. The fact that this trend started at the beginning of the year and is stable is positive. Sales are matching and, in selected segments, even exceeding the pre-Covid sales of 2019. The Group has offset the significant increase in costs with financial discipline and a partial price increase, which have ensured that it continues to meet this year's financial plans. Based on the year to date, Kofola's management confirmed its original estimate for this year's operating EBITDA in the range of CZK 1,080 - 1,200 billion.

Kofola's annual report confirms the very good result of last year with an operating EBITDA of CZK 1.128 billion.

Kofola's annual report confirms the very good result of last year with an operating EBITDA of CZK 1.128 billion.

In its annual report this year, the Kofola Group confirmed the very good preliminary results published in February. The Group also successfully coped with a second year significantly impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic, with an operating EBITDA of CZK 1.128 billion, which means a year-on-year increase of almost CZK 100 million, exceeding the estimate, which was in the range of CZK 1.080-1.120 billion. This is the first time in history that operating profit has reached this level. Despite significant market constraints, especially in the first half of the year, the Group's sales grew by 7.5% year-on-year to CZK 6.636 billion.

Kofola did well last year. Operating EBITDA of CZK 1.125 billion exceeded expectations and returned to pre-pandemic levels.

Kofola did well last year. Operating EBITDA of CZK 1.125 billion exceeded expectations and returned to pre-pandemic levels.

To strengthen its development activities, the company's management is considering the sale of almost 5% of its shares.

Kofola Group has had another record summer. The sales growth is also due to an extremely successful season in the Adriatic region.

Kofola Group has had another record summer. The sales growth is also due to an extremely successful season in the Adriatic region.

Kofola Group has published its results for the third quarter of this year. Sales in this period grew by another CZK 34 million year-on-year, surpassing last year's record result by 1.6%. In the summer months, the Czech and Slovak markets as well as the Adriatic region performed well. The Adriatic region experienced a recovery thanks to the influx of tourists, who were missing last year due to pandemic measures in the region. Operating result EBITDA increased by CZK 81 million year-on-year in the first nine months of the year. As a result, Kofola's management has refined its full-year estimate to a range of CZK 1.08 - 1.12 billion and will propose a dividend payment at the November General Meeting.

Lockdown impacts on Kofola’s results for the first quarter       of the year are lower than expected

Lockdown impacts on Kofola’s results for the first quarter of the year are lower than expected

Kofola Group published its financial results for the first quarter of this year after experiencing the biggest market limitation of the pandemic period. For the entire quarter, not only the key gastronomy segment was locked down, but impulse purchases were also limited for part of this period due to free movement between districts being prohibited in the Czech Republic. In comparison with the previous year, revenue fell by only 10.4%, with EBITDA lower by 23.4%, which, in the circumstances, was more than acceptable. For the time being, Kofola’s management affirms its original annual EBITDA guidance at 1.03 to 1.15 billion Czech crowns.

Kofola confirms in its annual report EBITDA operating profit of more than one billion CZK. Group EBITDA should also exceed one billion CZK this year.

Kofola confirms in its annual report EBITDA operating profit of more than one billion CZK. Group EBITDA should also exceed one billion CZK this year.

The Kofola Group has issued its annual report today, confirming preliminary results of 2020 published at the beginning of February. The results were beyond expectations, with 2020 EBITDA reaching 1.03 billion CZK and yearly revenues decreasing by only 3.7%, despite significant market limitations caused by the coronavirus situation. Management of the Kofola Group has confirmed its estimate of EBITDA operating profit for this year of between 1.03 – 1.15 billion CZK, based on this year´s development so far.

Kofola ends last year by exceeding expectations, with its annual EBITDA above 1 billion CZK (37.8 million EUR).

Kofola ends last year by exceeding expectations, with its annual EBITDA above 1 billion CZK (37.8 million EUR).

The Kofola Group slightly exceeded expectations at the end of 2020, despite significant limitations on the market during the last months of the year, due to the coronavirus pandemic. The value of EBITDA for 2020 reached, according to preliminary economic results, 39.0 million EUR. Annual revenue dropped compared to the previous year by 3.7%. One reason behind this relatively small revenue decrease is the successful acquisition of Ondrášovka and Korunní mineral waters, which contributed to growth in the retail market.

Kofola had a record-breaking summer, consumers were loyal to traditional brands

Kofola had a record-breaking summer, consumers were loyal to traditional brands

The Kofola Group improved the key economic indicators, with impressive results, especially in the CzechoSlovak segment, built on traditional brands. In the third quarter, it recorded revenues higher by 219.5 mCZK, EBITDA grew by 121.2 mCZK. This enabled Kofola to create a reserve for economic fluctuations connected to the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic.

Kofola has overcome the most difficult quarter in history beyond expectations

Kofola has overcome the most difficult quarter in history beyond expectations

The Kofola Group managed to maintain its strong position even in one of the most difficult quarters it has ever faced. From an economic point of view, it did excellently. These results were achieved with the help of a long-term company strategy built on traditional and local brands, flexibility in decision-making when looking for savings, and extraordinary employee engagement. Kofola successfully managed to take over both Ondrášovka and Korunní companies, leading to an increase in its market share in Czech retail. The management of Kofola is expecting the whole market to gradually start reawakening, and yet, in the event of economic swings, the Group has sufficient resources to overcome difficult times.

In the first quarter, the Kofola Group was able to maintain turnover as well as EBITDA. The Group is well prepared for the rest of the year.

In the first quarter, the Kofola Group was able to maintain turnover as well as EBITDA. The Group is well prepared for the rest of the year.

In spite of the current situation, the Kofola Group was able to maintain both key indicators at the same level as last year – there was only 0.1% decrease in revenues and the EBITDA is actually higher by 0.6%. The Group achieved this excellent result despite all complications caused by preventative measures against the spread of COVID-19 in all countries in which it operates, that have strongly affected the whole beverage industry. The management of the Group states that we are well prepared for the upcoming months, even if the economy picks up very slowly.

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