VIETNAM BEVERAGE INDUSTRY

In 2019, Vietnam has a total beer production of 5.08 billion liters (an increase of 22.9% over the same period in 2018); consumption reached 4.09 billion liters (up 29.1% over the same period last year). Regarding imports, the imported beer output reached 37.07 million liters (up 8.9% over the same period), the three main sources of beer supply in Vietnam are the Netherlands (25%), Mexico (17%) and Belgium (16%). Spirits: Production of spirits reaches 24.01 million liters (up 8.6%); consumption reached 15.9 million liters (up 8.97%); Inventory of 17.33 million liters. Wine: Wine production reached 62.39 million liters (up 8.82%); sales reached 60.9 million liters (up 8.83%), inventories were 13.4 million liters. Beverage: in 2019, beverage production in Vietnam reached 11.81 billion liters (up 31% compared to 2018), consumption reached 11.72 billion liters (up 30% compared to 2018), worth VND 38.86 trillion (up 39.2% over the same period last year. Decree 100 on the Prevention of Alcohol Harms, issued on January 1, 2020, will strongly affect Vietnam’s beer industry, forecasting the growth rate of the beer industry in The year will not be maintained at 2 digits as in previous years.

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Executive summary

1 Business environment

1.1 Macroeconomic context

1.2 Legal Framework

2 Industry overview

2.1 Global market

2.1.1. Beer

2.1.2.Spirit

2.1.3 Soft Drink

2.2 Vietnam market

2.2.1 Beer

2.2.2 Spirit

2.2.3 Soft Drink

2.3 Industrial Development Motive

3 Enterprise analysis

3.1 Profitability

3.2 Operability

3.3 Financial strength

3.4 Profit Margin

 

Saigon Beer-Alcohol-Beverage Joint Stock Corporation (Sabeco) Vietnam Brewery Limited Company (VBL) Hanoi Beer-Alcohol-Beverage Joint Stock Corporation (Habeco) Ha Noi Liquor Joint Stock Company Binh Tay Liquor Joint Stock Company MTV Lam Dong Food Limited Company Thang Long Wine Joint Stock Company Tan Hiep Phat Beverage Group (THP) URC Vietnam Co., Ltd

List of figures

Figure 1: Total population and working age population 2013–2018

Figure 2: GDP growth rate by quarter, 2016 – 2019

Figure 3: Consumer confidence index, Q1/2014 – Q4/2018

Figure 4: CPI movement by month, 1/2015-12/2019 

Figure 5: Retail sales of goods, 2010 – 2019

Figure 6: Total disposable income, 2010–2020f

Figure 7: Enterprises in the manufacture of Beer industry 2010–2016

Figure 8: Profit before tax ratio of Beverage industry 2010–2016

Figure 9: Beverage industry’s production growth rate 2011–2017

Figure 10: Global Barley Production and Consumption, 10/11–18/19e

Figure 11: Barley’s price movements in the UK 1/2012-6/2019

Figure 12: Market Share of the 5 largest barley producing countries 2018/2019e

Figure 13: Market share of 5 largest hops producing countries 2018

Figure 14: Strong spirit consumption, 2017-2023f

Figure 15: Top largest strong spirit importing countries 2018

Figure 16: Soft drink export volume and value 2010-2017e

Figure 17: Global soft drink consumption through off-trade channel, 2012 – 2017

Figure 18: Soft drink consumption by volume, 2017

Figure 19: Vietnam’s beverage market, 2013-2019

Figure 20: Beverage import – export 2013-2019 

Figure 21: Production and consumption of the beer industry 2010-2019

Figure 22: Beer industry ‘s sales, 2019

Figure 23: Enterprises’ domestic market share 2018

Figure 24: Top Beer brands in Vietnam, 2018

Figure 25: Beer industry’s inventory 2011 – 2019

Figure 26: Beer industry’s inventory structure, 2019

Figure 27: Beer import – export, 2010 – 2019

Figure 28: Top 10 Beer exporting enterprises in Vietnam 2019e

Figure 29: Top 10 enterprises importing Beer from Vietnam 2019e

Figure 30: Top Beer importing enterprises in Vietnam, 2019e

Figure 31: Top enterprises exporting Beer to Vietnam, 2019e

Figure 32: Domestic alcohol production 2010-2019e

Figure 33: Domestic alcohol cónumption 2010-2019e

Figure 34: Alcohol industry’s inventories, 2012-2019

Figure 35: Wine import-export 2013-2019

Figure 36: Wine importing into Vietnam by country, 2019

Figure 37: Vietnam’s Wine exporting by country, 2019

Figure 38: Top 10 Wine importing enterprises in Vietnam 2019e

Figure 39: Top 10 Wine exporting enterprises in Vietnam 2019e

Figure 40: Top 10 enterprises exporting wine to Vietnam 2019e

Figure 41: Top 10 enterprises importing wine from Vietnam 2019e

Figure 42: Spirits import-export 2013-2019

Figure 43: Spirits import by country 2019

Figure 44: Spirits exporting to Vietnam by country, 2019

Figure 45: Top 10 Spirits importing enterprises in Vietnam 2019e

Figure 46: Top 10 Spirits exporting enterprises in Vietnam 2019e

Figure 47: Top 10 enterprises exporting Spirits to Vietnam 2019e

Figure 48: Top 10 enterprises importing Spirits from Vietnam 2019e

Figure 49: Beverage production and consumption, 2013-2019

Figure 50: Beverage consumption (by volume) 2019

Figure 51: Fruit import-export 2013-2019

Figure 52: Importing fruit juice into Vietnam by country 2019

Figure 53: Exporting fruit juice into Vietnam by country 2019

Figure 54: Top 10 fruit juice exporting enterprises in Vietnam, 2019e

Figure 55: Top 10 fruit juice importing enterprises in Vietnam, 2019e

Figure 56: Top 10 enterprises exporting fruit juice to Vietnam, 2019e

Figure 57: Top 10 enterprises importing fruit juice from Vietnam, 2019e

Figure 58: Soft drink import -export

Figure 59: Importing soft drink into Vietnam by country, 2019

Figure 60: Exporting soft drink into Vietnam by country, 2019

Figure 61: Top 10 soft drink importing enterprises in Vietnam, 2019e

Figure 62: Top 10 soft drink exporting enterprises in Vietnam, 2019e

Figure 63: Top 10 enterprises exporting soft drink to Vietnam, 2019e

Figure 64: Top enterprises importing soft drink from Vietnam, 2019e

Figure 65: Enterprises’ revenue 2017 – 2018

Figure 66: G&A expenses to net sales ratio, 2017-2018

Figure 67: Costs of goods sold to net sales, 2017-2018

Figure 68: Enterprises’ receivable days 2018

Figure 69: Enterprises’ inventory turnover 2018

Figure 70: Beverage enterprises’ asset turnover 2018

Figure 71: Beverage enterprises’ solvency 2018

Figure 72: Beverage enterprises’ liquidity 2018

Figure 73: Rate of return 2017-2018

 

List of tables

Table 1: The special consumption tax schedule applies to Alcohol and Beer from 2016

Table 2: Vietnam’s commitments to CPTPP on import duties:

Table 3: Beer output and production growth rate in 7 regions in the world 2017e

Table 4: List of top countries by Beer import and export value 2018

Table 5: 10 Beer brands with highest value worldwide 2018–2019f

Table 6: Top 5 countries with largest vineyard surface area outside the EU

Table 7: Top 5 countries with largest vineyard surface area in the EU 2018

Table 8: Total grape output by country 2018

Table 9: Top 5 Wine producing countries, 2017–2018

Table 10: Top Wine consuming countries, 2017- 2018

Table 11: Top Wine exporting countries, 2017 – 2018

Table 12: Top Wine importing countries, 2017 – 2018

Table 13: The world’s most famous wine brands 2016

Table 14: The world’s most famous wines 2016

Table 15: 10 Soft drink brand with highest value in the world 2017–2018

Table 16: Malt and Hops Imports 2010-2017

Table 17: Forecast of consumption value of sub-sectors (including domestic and imported products), 2018-2020

Table 18: List of 10 star enterprises in the Beverage industry 201