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And if there's one thing chief customer officer and managing director of imports and crafts Kevin Doyle wants to get across about the process, it's that during this time, the company has not lost focus or lacked direction.
The company took a couple of pretty good hits from retailers in a March CSP magazine story, in which MillerCoors was accused on lacking in communication and direction.
Acknowledging that any such comments, even if only from two retailers, deserve to be looked into, Doyle said he believes most retailers would say otherwise. Brand portfolio Innovation Building ideas People Distribution systems "If you do a survey of the major accounts that we call on, you'll hear that we're more engaged, we're more focused against the channel, we put more resources on it and we're bringing more solutions to them than they've seen before," Doyle said.
It's actually gone fairly well, and the finish line is in sight. For example, this month the company will launch cold-activated cans for Coors Light, which comes on the heels of last year's successful introduction of cold-activated bottles and cold-activated oz.
The company's other low-calorie juggernaut, Miller Lite was struggling to maintain share prior to the Miller Brewing Co.
That's taste," said Doyle.
Miller Lite had been in decline. We've cut that decline and it's starting to get some traction.
Another tool in MillerCoors toolbox is the newly relaunched Miller Chill, which hopes to capitalize on a new positioning and the success of a key competitor: We think we can get that business growing again, and we do believe there is a segment driven by 'light' and lime and the Latin culture and [new] flavors.
That will be the scorecard.Originally owned by Coors, the malt beverage surged out of the gate in the early s, before falling on hard times.
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