Vladimir Vava, General Manager of Carlsberg Serbia, took over the position of President of the Brewery Association of Serbia for a two-year term from June 25 this year.
Mr. Vava has been leading Carlsberg Serbia since February 1, 2017 after three years of experience as Vice President of the sale of the Baltics Breweries, a Russian company owned by the Carlsberg Group. He gained his rich experience in CB Holding in Belgrade, as well as Metro Cash & Carry in the markets of Spain and Portugal, Romania and Russia. “In Serbia, the beer is the favourite alcoholic drink, and I was pleased to be in charge of presiding over our Association, aware of the obligations and responsibilities I will take over the next two years. The Association has contributed to the establishment of better dialogue with the state and cooperation with partners, working to create long-term sustainable conditions for the growth and development of the entire brewing industry, ranging from raw material production to placing finished products on shelves and the disposal of used packaging. My focus will be to unite all breweries in one voice for the benefit of the brewing industry and the whole society,” said Mr. Vladimir Vava who replaced Vladimir Novković as president of the Association of breweries of Serbia until today’s predecessor and general manager of Apatin Brewery.