This week on the podcast, the team delve deep into tap contracts and anti-competitive behaviour, as well as VB’s partnership with Volley.
Konvoy has announced a ‘world-first’ with the deployment of its keg tracking and monitoring IoT solution across its 70,000-strong fleet of kegs in Australia and New Zealand.
Keg rental business Konvoy has snapped up keg maintenance and sales business, Keg Services, founded by the Meddings family.
Container suppliers like O-I, Orora, Petainer and Konvoy are juggling logistics, carbon footprint and recyclability concerns as they look to create a more sustainable industry.
Konvoy is continuing its ambitious growth strategy and stepping up its presence in the New Zealand keg rental market by acquiring Red Kegs.
Konvoy has raised $8 million in its second capital raise since launching in October 2019, which the company says will fund growth and tech investment.
Tom Madams is making the move to Konvoy as Cryer Malt’s Steph Howard takes on more responsibilities at the New Zealand and Australian malt supply business.
Keg rental company Konvoy is expanding in New Zealand with little help from ParrotDog, and has hired a new chair who is on the board of Coles to help support the business in its growth period.
We kick off our tenth year of podcasting about the Australian brewing industry with a conversation with entrepreneur Adam Trippe-Smith.
Adam Trippe-Smith, the founder of Kegstar, has launched a competitor to his former company which he left last year, with the aim of becoming a major player in the market.