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  • Price (EUR)9.95
  • Today's Change-0.286 / -2.79%
  • Shares traded756.00
  • 1 Year change-23.99%
  • Beta--
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About the company

Davide Campari Milano NV, incorporated in the Netherlands, is a company active in the branded spirits industry. It owns an extensive and varied product portfolio of over 50 brands, including Aperol, Appleton Estate, Campari, Grand Marnier, SKYY Vodka and Wild Turkey. It operates through four geographical segments: Americas; Southern Europe, Middle East and Africa; Northern, Central and Eastern Europe; Asia-Pacific. The Company is a global distribution reach, trading in over 190 nations around the world with a focus on Europe and the Americas. It has 21 production plants and its own distribution network in 20 countries.

  • Revenue in EUR (TTM)2.43bn
  • Net income in EUR324.30m
  • Incorporated2020
  • Employees4.05k
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Mergers & acquisitions

Acquired companyDeal statusDateDate /
Deal status
CPR:MIL since
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Transaction
value
Wilderness Trail Distillery IncAnnounced31 Oct 202231 Oct 2022Announced12.44%420.00m
PiconDeal completed10 May 202210 May 2022Deal completed4.92%125.61m
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