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Graduates & Interns

Alexander's story

The Key to success? Never settle for the status quo.

I started as a transport planning specialist in the german logistics team, where I was responsible for organising the transportation of beer from Germany to Italy. Today, I’m based in Prague, where I lead a team of 11.

As part of the Global team in Prague, we organise the movement of beer within countries, as well as in- between countries. We coordinate the transportation of approximately 3,000 containers a month from Europe to the world, including booking requests, trouble shooting, performance follow-ups and reporting to global management.

To succeed in this role, you’ll need resilience, flexibility, and a sense of ownership. You’ll need to have the resilience to see each project to the end. You have to be flexible enough to adapt to challenges, and most importantly, you need to take ownership of your own success – so together, we can continue to be the world’s leading brewer.

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Alexander Drewes,
Fast Track Apprenticeship

Top facts about the Supply Management Trainee Programme

- 12 month programme

- Based in Prague or Kharkiv

- Training in logistics and finance

- You’ll be leading teams in operations upon completion of the programme

- You’ll be running projects with visibility to senior management

- You’ll be leading a team upon completion of the programme

 

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We are one of the world's top 5 consumer companies

We have a portfolio of over 400 international and local beer brands

Our beer is enjoyed in over 200 countries

We operate in over 50 countries

We are 200,000+ employees worldwide

We are in course of investing 900€m+ globally in changing social norms on drinking by 2025

We have reduced 21,000 tonnes of packaging since 2012