Istanbul exchange. Sector: Consumer Defensive. Industry: Packaged Foods. Location Turkey, Balikesir.

Banvit Bandirma Vitaminli Yem Sanayii Anonim Sirketi [BANVT.ISTurkey

82.9USD0.45 (+0.54%)

• At close Thu Oct 06 2022

466,822,489 USD
MARKET CAP
165.909
PE
1.048
BETA (5y)
0.550
EPS

profit

714%

for 5 years

profit

642%

for 3 years

profit

330%

for 2 years

profit

57%

for 1 year

profit

-5%

for this year

About Banvit Bandirma Vitaminli Yem Sanayii Anonim Sirketi

Banvit Bandirma Vitaminli Yem Sanayii Anonim Sirketi, a food company, provides raw chicken and turkey, sauced, ready-to-eat cooked, and delicatessen products in Turkey, Romania, and the United Arab Emirates. It primarily engages in the business of marketing, slaughtering, production of animal feed, and breeding eggs, as well as one-day-old chicks, live turkeys and chickens, and processed turkeys and chickens. The company also offers chicken and meat based products, such as cooked meatballs, kebabs, burgers, and coated products, as well as ham, salami, sausages, sujuk, and frankfurters; and whole chicken, leg, breast, skewered, breaded, special, individual quick frozen, sauce, and other products. It is also involved in the energy production activities. The company also exports its products. The company was incorporated in 1968 and is headquartered in Balikesir, Turkey. Banvit Bandirma Vitaminli Yem Sanayii Anonim Sirketi is a subsidiary of TBQ Foods GmbH.

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Banvit Bandirma Vitaminli Yem Sanayii Anonim Sirketi
https://www.banvitas.com
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