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Sipef NV

Sipef NV

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  • Price (USD)46.45
  • Today's Change0.00 / 0.00%
  • Shares traded0.00
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  • Beta0.6540
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About the company

Sipef NV is a Belgium-based agro industrial company. It mainly holds majority stakes in tropical plantation businesses that it manages and operates. It is geographically diversified and produces mainly palm oil as well as other commodities, such as rubber, tea and bananas in Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Ivory Coast. Furthermore, Sipef NV provides management and marketing services to third parties. The Company’s business segments are Palm products, Rubber, Tea, Bananas and Plants, as well as Insurance. The Insurance business segment operates through the insurance group BDM NV-ASCO NV, which is mainly engaged in offering maritime and industrial insurance to medium-sized businesses and multinationals through brokers. It operates through PT Agro Muko.

  • Revenue in EUR (TTM)225.44m
  • Net income in EUR102.53k
  • Incorporated--
  • Employees21.62k
  • Location
    Sipef NVCalesbergdreef 5SCHOTEN 2900BelgiumBEL
  • Phone+32 36419700
  • Fax+32 36465705
  • Websitehttp://www.sipef.be/
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