We have mentioned Munich’s Schörghuber family and the Corporate Group (Schörghuber Unternehmensgruppe -SUG) in our posts about the Paulaner and Hacker-Pschorr breweries, in some of our posts about hotels in Munich, as well as in articles about the Bavarian capitals real estate market. The group’s breweries were also Germany’s only major brewery group whose market share grew last year. If you want to find out more about one of the Bavarian capitals most successful family owned companies, you can see yesterday’s, July 14, 2016 SUG press release.
The new Aloft hotel on the Bayerstrasse also belongs to the group and is already successful with its concept of design-oriented lifestyle at a mid-range price. The family and the company are also active in charity in Munich with their Josef Schörghuber Foundation for Munich Children.
The Schörghuber Corporate Group has been founded in 1954 and is headquartered in Munich, the family-run group of companies is a successful national and international player in the Construction & Real Estate, Beverages, Hotel and Seafood sectors. The Schörghuber Corporate Group’s real estate and development activities are consolidated in Bayerische Hausbau, one of the largest integrated real estate companies in Germany. Brau Holding International, a joint venture with Heineken that comprises the Paulaner Brewery Group, the Kulmbacher Group and the Südwest Group, is one of the countries’ largest brewers associations. Arabella Hospitality, the Group’s holding company in the Hotel sector, operates 18 hotels in Germany, Switzerland and on the island of Mallorca, most of which are managed by Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide. Salmon breeding and processing, which is consolidated in Productos del Mar Ventisqueros in Chile, constitutes the fourth business sector of the Schörghuber Corporate Group, Seafood. All of the sectors are united by the common values of diversity, quality and growth. Thanks to the Group’s approximately 5,600 employees, customers can experience these values in action every day.