Last SFr.909.00 CHF
Change Today +38.00 / 4.36%
Volume 27.6K
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SFr.880.00
Previous Close
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SFr.919.00
Day Low
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52 Week High
05/12/14 - SFr.1,250
52 Week Low
01/22/15 - SFr.857.00
Market Cap
5.0B
Average Volume 10 Days
21.3K
EPS TTM
SFr.46.00
Shares Outstanding
5.5M
EX-Date
02/26/15
P/E TM
19.8x
Dividend
SFr.15.50
Dividend Yield
1.60%
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Barry Callebaut AG, together with its subsidiaries, manufactures and sells cocoa and chocolate products. It offers chocolates, compounds, chocolate fillings, decorations, inclusions, nuts, cocoa powders, cocoa liquor, and cocoa butter. The company’s principal brands include Barry Callebaut, Callebaut, Cacao Barry, Carma, Van Leer, and Van Houten for chocolate products; Barry Callebaut, Bensdorp, Delfi, Van Houten, and Chadler for cocoa powder; and Bensdorp, Van Houten, Caprimo, Le Royal, and Ögonblink for vending mixes. It also provides a range of services in the field of product development, processing, training, and marketing. The company serves industrial food manufacturers, and professional and artisanal users of chocolate, such as chocolatiers, pastry chefs, bakers, hotels, restaurants, and caterers, as well as products for vending machines. Barry Callebaut AG principally operates in Belgium, Brazil, Cameroon, Canada, China, Côte d’Ivoire, France, Germany, Ghana, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, the Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The company was incorporated in 1994 and is headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland. Barry Callebaut AG is a subsidiary of Jacobs Holding AG.

9,319 Employees
Last Reported Date: 11/6/14
Founded in 1994

barry callebaut ag-reg (BARN) Top Compensated Officers

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Total Annual Compensation: SFr.3.2M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

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Barry Callebaut Announces Production and Revenue Results for the First Three Months Ended November 2014; Provides Earnings and Production Guidance for Fiscal Year of 2015/2016

Barry Callebaut announced earnings results for the first three months ended November 2014. For the period, the company reported its sales revenues jumped by 15.1% to CHF 1.7 billion, due to growth in Western Europe and the Asia/Pacific region, as well as demand for the company`s gourmet and specialties products. The sales volume in three months through November inched up by 0.2% to 465,046 tonnes, while the global market saw its volumes drop by 1.8% over the same period. The company also confirmed its mid-term targets for average volume growth of between 6% and 8% by fiscal 2015/2016. The company expects earnings before interest and tax per tonne of CHF 256 million by fiscal 2015/2016.

Barry Callebaut Group Inaugurates First Chocolate Factory in Chile

Barry Callebaut Group officially inaugurated its first chocolate factory in Chile. The facility in Paine, located approximately 40 km from the capital city of Santiago de Chile, has an initial annual production capacity of around 25,000 tonnes of liquid chocolate and compound. Paine was chosen as the site of the new factory due to its proximity to Santiago’s central economic district and geographic accessibility to existing and potential customers in Chile and adjacent countries. The factory will serve as a regional base for Barry Callebaut to tap into the rapidly-growing Chilean chocolate market while capturing new opportunities in the broader Andean region. With a yearly chocolate consumption of 2.2 kg per capita, Chile is among the top markets in Latin America. Currently, the total annual volume of chocolate confectionery products consumed in the Chilean market sums up to 40,000 tonnes. The market is expected to grow by nearly 3.5% per annum in volume until 2019 – much higher than the long-term average annual volume growth rate of the global chocolate market of 2.0%.

Barry Callebaut to Expand Lodz-Based Chocolate Plant

Barry Callebaut has announced that its chocolate plant in Lodz, Poland will be expanded to include two additional production lines for chocolate manufacturing. The planned investment worth nearly PLN 96 million (EUR 22.8 million) will create 80 new jobs over the coming two years. The plant which was built nearly twenty years ago is located in the Special Economic Zone. The ground stone laying ceremony will be held on November 12, 2014. The first new production line will be operational in the summer of 2015. The whole investment will be completed by the end of 2016 and create 80 additional jobs, bringing up the total number of jobs to 200. Barry Callebaut's plant expansion is one of the large projects among all investments approved for implementation in SEZ in 2014.

 

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