Toronto exchange. Sector: Energy. Industry: Oil & Gas Equipment & Services. Location Canada, St. Albert.

Enterprise Group, Inc. [E.TOCanada

0.415USD0.015 (+3.61%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

16,210,260 USD
MARKET CAP
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PE
1.391
BETA (5y)
-0.102
EPS

profit

34%

for 5 years

profit

48%

for 3 years

profit

107%

for 2 years

profit

107%

for 1 year

profit

30%

for this year

About Enterprise Group, Inc.

Enterprise Group, Inc., through its subsidiaries, operates as an equipment rental and construction services company operating in the energy and construction industries. The company primarily focuses on the specialty equipment rental business. It provides flameless heaters to the construction, oil and gas development, and plant shut-down activities in Western Canada. The company also offers oilfield infrastructure site and rental services covering modular/combo equipment, including fuel, generator, light stand, sewage treatment, medic security, and truck trailer combos. In addition, it provides infrastructure site services and rentals for a variety of oil and gas customers servicing the Fort St. John area. The company was formerly known as Enterprise Oilfield Group, Inc. and changed its name to Enterprise Group, Inc. in July 2012. Enterprise Group, Inc. was incorporated in 2004 and is headquartered in St. Albert, Canada.

Since our inception Enterprise Group (TSX:E) has maintained a strong vision to be the largest construction services and specialized equipment rental organization in Western Canada.

Enterprise Group, Inc.
https://www.enterprisegrp.ca
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