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Altri SGPS SA

Altri SGPS SA

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  • Price (EUR)5.25
  • Today's Change0.035 / 0.67%
  • Shares traded0.00
  • 1 Year change+47.86%
  • Beta--
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About the company

Altri SGPS SA (Altri) is a Portugal-based holding company primarily involved in the production of bleached paper pulp from eucalyptus. The Company is also present in electric energy from forest renewable sources, namely industrial cogeneration from black liquor and biomass. Additionally, it is engaged in activity of the management of investments. The Company operates through a numerous subsidiaries, which are active in the production and sale of paper pulp, such as Caima - Industria de Celulose SA, Celbi - Celulose da Beira Industrial SA and Celtejo - Empresa de Celulose do Tejo SA and as various subsidiaries active in the management of forest resources, including Altri Florestal SA, as well as joint venture of EDP Bioelectrica, among others.

  • Revenue in EUR (TTM)927.73m
  • Net income in EUR147.60m
  • Incorporated2005
  • Employees757.00
  • Location
    Altri SGPS SARua Manuel Pinto de Azevedo, 818PORTO 4100-320PortugalPRT
  • Phone+351 228346502
  • Fax+351 228346503
  • Websitehttp://www.altri.pt/
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