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The Beverages Sector in Angola
BY Stephen Timm
Angola
03 October 2019
R 14 400.00 (ZAR)  
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The Beverages Sector in Angola


The beverages industry plays a key role in the Angolan economy, contributing about 4% to GDP. Production meets about 90% of local demand of about 3 billion litres per year. With installed capacity at over 4.5 billion litres per annum, there is plenty of room for the sector to expand when economic conditions improve. Beer is the nation’s alcoholic beverage of choice and on average each Angolan consumes about 59 litres of it a year. The country also has a well-established wine drinking culture and is one of the largest markets on the continent for wine and spirits. However, given the high levels of poverty, branded products are regarded as a luxury purchase and there is a significant informal trade in liquor and non-alcoholic beverages.


Diverse Opportunities


Players in the Angolan beverages industry range from small homebrewers to multinational companies with established distribution networks. The non-alcoholic drinks sector is considered to be less developed than the alcoholic drinks sector, as it has received relatively less investment. Wine production in Angola is still in its infancy, but there is a well-established culture of wine drinking, and Angola is the third-largest export destination for Portuguese wines.


Headwinds


The sector has been hit by the devaluation of the kwanza, which has eroded disposable income, and the shortage of foreign exchange, which has led to payment delays. It still depends on a large amount of imported raw materials, and the imposition of import quotas and raising of import tariffs will affect importers. Despite challenges, demand remains strong and the most recent production figures reflect a significant increase.


Report Coverage


This report focuses on the beverages sector in Angola with information on the size and state of the industry and the activities of major and niche players. There are profiles of 19 companies including Refriango, the soft drink market leader, Distell Angola, which has been producing JC Le Roux in Angola since 2012 and smaller companies such as Aquacita, which produces bottled water.


Page
1. INTRODUCTION 1
2. COUNTRY INFORMATION 1
3. DESCRIPTION OF THE INDUSTRY 2
3.1. Industry Supply Chain 4
3.2. Geographic Position 5
4. SIZE OF THE INDUSTRY 7
5. STATE OF THE INDUSTRY 10
5.1. Local 10
5.1.1. Corporate Actions 14
5.1.2. Regulations 14
5.1.3. Enterprise Development and Social Economic Development 15
5.2. Continental 15
5.3. International 17
6. INFLUENCING FACTORS 20
6.1. Economic Environment 20
6.2. Government Interventions 21
6.3. Socio-Political and Socio-Economic Environment 22
6.4. Socio-Cultural Environment 23
6.5. High Input Costs 23
6.6. Technology, Research & Development (R&D) and Innovation 24
6.7. Environmental Concerns 25
6.8. Labour 25
6.9. Cyclicality 26
6.10. Branding, Advertising and Marketing 27
6.11. Informal and Illegal Trade in Beverages 27
6.12. Health and Safety Concerns 27
7. COMPETITION 27
7.1. Barriers to Entry 28
8. SWOT ANALYSIS 29
9. OUTLOOK 30
10. INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS 30
11. REFERENCES 31
11.1. Publications 31
11.2. Websites 31
APPENDIX 1 33
Summary of Notable Players 33
COMPANY PROFILES 35
AGUA MINERAL DO TCHIOWA LDA 35
AQUACITA LDA 36
DISTELL ANGOLA LDA 37
EMPRESA DE CERVEJAS N'GOLA S.A. 39
GRUPO CASTEL ANGOLA 40
MOSTRATUS LDA 42
NOSSO SUPER GESTAO DE SUPERMERCADOS LDA 44
NUTRE AO LDA 47
PERNOD RICARD S.A. 49
POMOBEL LDA 57
REFRIANGO S.A. 59
SCORE DISTRIBUICAO S.A. 62
SHOPRITE HOLDINGS LTD 64
SOCIEDADE DE DISTRIBUICAO DE BEBIDAS DE ANGOLA LDA 69
SPAR GROUP LTD (THE) 71
SUMOL+COMPAL S.A. 76
TEIXEIRA DUARTE S.A. 79
WEBCOR S.A. 83
ZAHARA COMERCIO S.A. 86