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December 4, 2022

Alexandrion Group was designated „The Spirits Producer of the Year 2020 – Europe”

Acquisition International has published the list of AI Business Excellence Awards winners for 2020, where Alexandrion Group was designated „Spirits Producer of the Year 2020 – Europe”.

Acquisition International, a prestigious business global magazine, has revelealed the business winners for 2020. The magazine which, over the years, has awarded big companies from various business industries in Europe, has designated Alexandrion Group this year, as well, the spirits producer of the year in Europe.

In an extremely competitive and complex market, such as the spirits market in Europe, this title, granted by a well-known international business publication, highlights the superior quality of the beverages produced and sold by Alexandrion Group, its ability to successfully respond to the demands and expectations of buyers and consumers and proves how important experience, passion and innovation are, for the development of a company. The distinction also highlights the fact that Alexandrion Group is one of the most important players both in Romania and worldwide.

“Now in its sixth year, the Business Excellence Awards are the cornerstone of Acquisition International’s annual celebratory programmes. Once again, it has ben an absolute pleasure to speak to you all and find out how you continue to innovate and create in your respective industries” said Steve Simpson, Awards Coordinator, Acquisition International.

Acquisition International is a global magazine, in print and digital format, published by  AI Global Media Ltd, a publishing house which has refreshed the finacial and business news market, at international level. Its articles are appreciate for the quality of the content, AI working with the analysts of the industry leaders to ensure that it publishes relevant figures and analysis.

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