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Autogrill SpA is an Italy-based company engaged in the restaurants industry. The Company operates mainly through Food & Beverage business sector, including four subdivisions, such as Food & Beverage Italy, Food & Beverage HMS Host, Food & Beverage Others and Food & Beverage Corporate. Through the Food & Beverage division the Company offer includes restaurants supplies, sale of daily use products, such as newspapers and magazines, cigarettes and other products, among others. The Company distributes its products through three channels, including airports, motorways and other, such as railway stations. Autogrill SpA manages a portfolio of approximately 350 brands, directly or under license. On August 30, 2013, its subsidiary World Duty Free SpA (WDF) filed an application for the listing.
Centro Direzionale Milanofiori
Strada 5 - Palazzo Z
Gianmario Tondato da Ruos
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Alberto De Vecchi
Chief Financial Officer, Financial Reporting Manager
Massimo Fasanella d'Amore di Ruffano
Non-Executive Lead Independent Director
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Autogrill SpA CEO Gianmario Tondato Da Ruos and CFO Camillo Rossotto speaking at capital markets day presentation:
Italy's Autogrill <AGL.MI> said on Tuesday it was always looking for opportunities to boost the group's value after a report the travel caterer was considering listing its U.S. unit HMSHost.
Italian travel retailer Autogrill does not plan to break up the company, Chief Executive Gianmario Tondato said after a shareholders' meeting on Thursday.
Revenue at Italian travel retailer Autogrill fell 2.7 percent in the first four months of 2018 as a weakening dollar curbed the value of sales at U.S. airports.
Italy's Autogrill is open to assess possible partnerships including for its improving domestic business, Chairman Gilberto Benetton told a shareholder meeting on Thursday.
Autogrill CFO Alberto De Vecchi told a post-result conference call:
* SAYS 2017 CONSOLIDATED EBITDA EUR 399.0 MILLION VERSUS REUTERS SMARTESTIMATE OF 404.1 MILLION EUROS
* VALUE OF ACQUISITION IS EUR 65 MILLION Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)
Italian travel retailer Autogrill is focused on developing its business at home and sees positive prospects in 2018, CEO Gianmario Tondato Da Ruos said, repeating the group did not plan to sell its Italian operations.
Travel caterer Autogrill said on Friday it was not studying a sale of its Italian assets, denying a report by an Italian daily.
Italian travel caterer Autogrill said on Tuesday it was expanding in Spain thanks to eight new contracts for food outlets at Barcelona-El Prat and Gran Canaria airports.
* SAYS 2017 REVENUE 4.595 BILLION EUROS VERSUS THOMSON REUTERS SMARTESTIMATE OF 4.632 BILLION EUROS
Italy's Autogrill <AGL.MI> signed a partnership with U.S. fast food chain Shake Shack <SHAK.N> to open new eateries in airports and highways in North America, the travel caterer said.
* EXCLUSIVE TALKS WITH GROUPE SOUFFLET TO BUY LE CROBAG GMBH & CO. KG AND F.F.N. GMBH, WHICH OPERATE FOOD & BEVERAGE ACTIVITIES UNDER THE LE CROBAG BRAND IN GERMANY, AUSTRIA AND POLAND
Travel caterer Autogrill plans to separate its Italian motorways and airports restaurants into a wholly-owned subsidiary to make it easier to form alliances and joint ventures in its different businesses.
Italy's Autogrill approved a preliminary plan for a corporate reorganisation that would make it easier to develop alliances and joint ventures, the motorway and airport caterer said on Thursday.
Italian motorway and airport caterer Autogrill confirmed an ambitious three-year guidance published in March despite the recent weakening of the dollar versus the euro.
Italian travel caterer Autogrill said on Friday its revenue was up 4.3 percent at current exchange rates in the first half of the year thanks to good sales at the group's airport restaurants and bars.
A business reorganisation that Italy's Autogrill announced last month could lead to M&A activity for the travel caterer, its Chief Executive said on Thursday.
Italian travel caterer Autogrill plans to rejig its business structure, the company said on Tuesday, a move that drove its shares to a record high by fuelling talk it could seek to sell off units or acquire others.
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