Covid-19 health crisis significantly affects Group business, with turnover down 19.2% in Q2.
STEF Seafood Italia and Mediterranea Trasporti, which coordinates Marlog operations, have pooled their human resources and technical capabilities in seafood to form a new joint venture under the name MED SEALOG, providing their full range of experience and expertise to Italian and international customers.
Covid-19 health crisis causes a 1.1% drop in turnover (-1.5% like for like).
Shareholders’ Meeting: the Board of Directors proposes the cancellation of the dividend
STEF Group is committed to ensuring the delivery of essential food products to shops and supermarkets.
STEF celebrates centenary by passing the €100m profit milestone.
2019 fourth-quarter turnover affected by a slow growth in France and buoyant activities in Spain and Portugal.
Turnover up 6.7% in Q3, with an increase of 6.9% for the first nine months of the year.
With a score of 72/100, STEF ranks in the Top 1% of the most virtuous companies in all sectors
The Chambéry site is the key partner of agrifood manufacturers, retailers and out-of-home foodservice in the Alps.
The STEF Group has integrated two members into its Executive Committee.
Turnover up 7% to €1,665.9M. Strong increase in results (EBIT up 40% and net income up 20%). Move into the packaging market from September 2019.