Groupe SEB announces that its chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Thierry de La Tour d’Artaise, is today to attend a ceremony at the French Senate (Paris) to receive the "Family Company Grand Prix" from the ASMEP, the Association des Moyennes Entreprises Patrimoniales [Association of Medium-sized Family Companies], chaired by...
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Last 21 November, Groupe SEB launched a partial public tender offer to purchase up to 49,122,948 shares of SUPOR, a leading Chinese company of the Small Domestic Equipment in which the Group already owned a 30% stake since 31 August 2007. The offer was valid for 30 calendar days and therefore expired yesterday.
As part of the revitalisation agreement signed in July 2006 with the authorities, Groupe SEB has just reached an agreement with the Ossabois Group for the re-industrialisation of its site located in Le Syndicat, in the region of Vosges (France).
08/11/2011Financial review for the nine months ended 30 September 2007 Further information
Holding a 30% stake in Chinese company Supor since 31 August 2007, Groupe SEB is launching a partial tender offer for the company in accordance with the Strategic Investment Framework Agreement signed in August 2006 and Chinese securities laws. Supor is listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.
Confirmation of its strategy and identity as world leader in small household appliances
Very strong Growth dynamic Record-High Results
Commenting on the 2011 results, Thierry de La Tour d’Artaise, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Groupe SEB, said: “Following 2010, a year in which Groupe SEB’s results reached an exceptional level in markets that were generally buoyant, the environment was more contrasted in 2011. Despite more volatile and complex...
The China National Center for Food Safety Risk Assessment, a unit of the Ministry of Health, held a press conference on 24 February. At this conference, authorities made it clear that the information provided by some media and suggesting that stainless steel cookware products could be harmful to health because of excessive manganese input was...