Forecast: revenue soft drink manufacture Ireland 2009-2020

Revenue of soft drink manufacture (NACE Rev. 2 C1107) in Ireland from 2009 to 2020 (in million U.S. dollars)

by Statista Research Department, last edited Feb 15, 2016
Forecast: revenue soft drink manufacture Ireland 2009-2020 This forecast statistic shows the revenue of soft drink manufacture in Ireland from 2009 to 2012, with forecasts up until 2020. By 2016, revenues of soft drink manufacture in Ireland are projected to reach approximately 464.35 million U.S. dollars. Figures include bottled water manufacturing, carbonated soft drink manufacturing, cider (non-alcoholic) manufacturing, cola production of, cordial (non alcoholic) manufacturing, cream soda manufacturing, fruit cordial manufacturing, fruit drinks production, fruit squash manufacturing, ginger beer manufacturing, hop bitters manufacturing, ice (for human consumption) manufacturing, lemonade powder manufacturing, milk drinks (flavored) manufacturing, milk shake base manufacturing, mineral water bottling, mineral waters production of, non-alcoholic beverages (except non-alcoholic beer and wine) manufacturing, non-alcoholic flavored and/or sweetened waters, orangeade production, shandy manufacturing, soft drink manufacturing, squash drink manufacturing, table water manufacturing, tonic waters production, water bottling manufacturing, aerated water manufacturing, energy drinks manufacturing, lemonade production, soda water manufacturing.
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Revenue of soft drink manufacture (NACE Rev. 2 C1107) in Ireland from 2009 to 2020 (in million U.S. dollars)

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Revenue in million U.S. dollars
2009292
2010339
2011422
2012390
2013*431
2014*457
2015*454
2016*464
2017*486
2018*503
2019*492
2020*499
Revenue in million U.S. dollars
2009292
2010339
2011422
2012390
2013*431
2014*457
2015*454
2016*464
2017*486
2018*503
2019*492
2020*499

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by Statista Research Department, last edited Feb 15, 2016
This forecast statistic shows the revenue of soft drink manufacture in Ireland from 2009 to 2012, with forecasts up until 2020. By 2016, revenues of soft drink manufacture in Ireland are projected to reach approximately 464.35 million U.S. dollars. Figures include bottled water manufacturing, carbonated soft drink manufacturing, cider (non-alcoholic) manufacturing, cola production of, cordial (non alcoholic) manufacturing, cream soda manufacturing, fruit cordial manufacturing, fruit drinks production, fruit squash manufacturing, ginger beer manufacturing, hop bitters manufacturing, ice (for human consumption) manufacturing, lemonade powder manufacturing, milk drinks (flavored) manufacturing, milk shake base manufacturing, mineral water bottling, mineral waters production of, non-alcoholic beverages (except non-alcoholic beer and wine) manufacturing, non-alcoholic flavored and/or sweetened waters, orangeade production, shandy manufacturing, soft drink manufacturing, squash drink manufacturing, table water manufacturing, tonic waters production, water bottling manufacturing, aerated water manufacturing, energy drinks manufacturing, lemonade production, soda water manufacturing.
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