4 Aug 2006
Half Year Results 2006: Givaudan continues on its profitable growth path
In the first half of 2006, sales totalled CHF 1,474 million, resulting in a growth of 3.7% in local currencies and 7.8% in Swiss francs. This good growth was achieved despite the on-going streamlining of commodity ingredients in both divisions.
26 Apr 2006
Givaudan starts prolonged share buy back programme
As announced on 22 February 2006, the Board of Directors of Givaudan SA has resolved to extend the share buy back programme 2005/2006 concerning 720,000 registered shares by one year, i.e. until 31 May, 2007.
7 Apr 2006
Annual General Meeting 2006
The Annual General Meeting of Givaudan SA, the world leader in flavours and fragrances, took place in Geneva on 7 April 2006. It was attended by 179 shareholders, representing 2,763,687 (37.19%) of a total of 7,400,000 registered shares.
7 Apr 2006
First Quarter 2006 Sales: Strong start into 2006
In the first quarter 2006, Givaudan recorded sales of CHF 754.1 million, resulting in a growth of 6.2% in local currencies and 12.8% in Swiss francs. Givaudan again clearly outgrew the market. 2005 comparables and the strong US dollar have partially contributed to this solid performance.
10 Jan 2006
Givaudan with further site consolidation and product streamlining
Givaudan continues to consolidate its Flavour operating asset base and to streamline its Savoury product portfolio. Givaudan has decided to close its US production sites in New Milford (Connecticut) and in Oconomowoc (Wisconsin).
Safety and Environmental Report 2005
Givaudan group's Safety and Environmental Protection Report for 2005
22 Feb 2006
New Head Givaudan Flavours
Mauricio Graber will take over the Leadership of the Givaudan Flavours Division, effective July 2006. Mauricio Graber will replace Mike Davis, who has announced his retirement, effective 30th June 2006, after 30 years within the industry.
21 Feb 2006
Full Year Results 2005- Givaudan's leadership further strengthened
In 2005, Givaudan continued to build on its leadership position in the Fragrance and Flavour industry by delivering above market sales growth. Total group sales reached CHF 2,778 million, reflecting an increase of 2.5% in local currencies and a 3.6% in Swiss Francs.
7 Oct 2005
Nine Months 2005 Sales: Givaudan shows positive sales trend
From January to September 2005, Givaudan recorded sales of CHF 2’085.6 million, resulting in a growth of 1.6 % in local currencies and 1.0 % in Swiss francs.
9 Aug 2005
Givaudan Half Year Results 2005: Sustained sales and strong profitability
In the first half year 2005, Givaudan recorded sales of CHF 1,368 million. It maintained its sales in local currencies at the level of last year, despite the on-going reduction of commodity ingredients in both divisions. In Swiss Francs, this translates into a decline of 2.2%.
11 May 2005
Givaudan announces the issue of a 2.25% CHF domestic bond of 300 million CHF
11 May 2005
Givaudan Finance SA announces today the issue of a CHF 300 million straight bond in the Swiss franc domestic market, guaranteed by Givaudan SA.
27 Apr 2005
Givaudan SA: Annual General Meeting 2005
27 April 2005
The Annual General Meeting of Givaudan SA, the world leader in fragrances and flavours, took place in Geneva on 27 April 2005. It was attended by 186 shareholders, representing 3,316,559 (42.52%) of a total of 7,800,000 registered shares.
8 Apr 2005
First quarter 2005 sales: Head wind from strong comparables
In the first quarter 2005, Givaudan recorded sales of CHF 668.7 million resulting in a decline of 1.6% in local currencies and 4.7% in Swiss francs, compared to the same period in 2004, mainly due to strong comparables with last year’s first quarter, lower prices for some natural raw materials and the streamlining of non-core ingredients.
Safety and Environmental Report 2004
Givaudan group's Safety and Environmental Protection Report for 2004
1 Mar 2005
Givaudan 2004 Results
1 March 2005
In 2004 Givaudan recorded sales of CHF 2,680 million, resulting in an increase of 4% in local currencies and a decline of 0.4% in Swiss Francs.