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  • Price (EUR)33.42
  • Today's Change-1.56 / -4.46%
  • Shares traded500.00
  • 1 Year change-11.42%
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Huhtamaki Oyj is a Finland-based company engaged in packaging for food and drink. It reports four operating segments: Foodservice Europe-Asia-Oceania, which covers manufacturing of foodservice paper and plastic disposable tableware, supplied to foodservice operators, fast food restaurants and coffee shops; North America, which serves local markets with disposable tableware products under the Chinet brand, foodservice packaging products and ice-cream containers, among others; Flexible Packaging, which includes a range of consumer products, including food, pet food, hygiene and health care products; and Fiber Packaging, which covers recycled and other natural fibers that are used to make fresh product packaging, such as egg, fruit, food and drink packaging. The Company operates a network of manufacturing units in more than 30 countries within such regions as Europe, North and South America, Africa, Middle East, Asia and Oceania.

  • Revenue in EUR (TTM)4.38bn
  • Net income in EUR277.60m
  • Incorporated1941
  • Employees19.16k
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