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  • Price (EUR)14.89
  • Today's Change0.315 / 2.16%
  • Shares traded514.00
  • 1 Year change-9.21%
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About the company

SES SA is a Luxembourg-based provider of satellite communications and broadcasting services. Together with its numerous direct and indirect subsidiaries located in Europe, Americas and Asia, the Company provides satellite-delivered services for broadcasting and media distribution, including television and radio programming. Its services are divided into three business lines: Media and Broadcasters, which helps broadcasters to deliver their television channels and expands the amount of new channels and High Definition (HD) content in Latin America; Enterprise and Telcos, which delivers connectivity to companies through networks, broadband access and services; and Government and Institutions, which offers secure communication links for governments and international institutions and ensures reliable navigation services. It operates through O3b Networks Ltd.

  • Revenue in EUR (TTM)1.99bn
  • Net income in EUR185.40m
  • Incorporated2001
  • Employees2.15k
  • Location
    SES SAChateau de BetzdorfBETZDORF 6815LuxembourgLUX
  • Phone+352 7107251
  • Fax+352 710725227
  • Websitehttps://www.ses.com/
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