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  • Shares traded0.00
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About the company

Vidrala SA is a Spain-based company principally engaged in the glass industry. The Company operates through two segments: Spain and European Union. The Company’s activities include the production, distribution and sale of glass bottles and containers used in the food and beverages industries. The Company conducts its own research and development (R&D) operations. It operates production plants and melting furnaces located in such countries, as Portugal, France, Belgium and Italy. The Company owns such subsidiaries as Crisnova Vidrio SA, Inverbeira Sociedad de Promocion de Empresas SA, Gallo Vidro SA, Castellar Vidrio SA, Corsico Vetro SRL, MD Verre SA, Omega Immobiliere et Financiere SA, Investverre SA and CD Verre SA.

  • Revenue in EUR (TTM)1.21bn
  • Net income in EUR119.85m
  • Incorporated--
  • Employees3.52k
  • Location
    Vidrala SABarrio Munegazo, 22LLODIO 01400SpainESP
  • Phone+34 946719700
  • Fax+34 946719764
  • Websitehttp://www.vidrala.com/
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