Athens exchange. Sector: Consumer Defensive. Industry: Household & Personal Products. Location Greece, Chalcis.

Papoutsanis S.A. [PAP.ATGreece

2.5USD0.05 (+2.00%)

• At close Mon Oct 03 2022

65,611,303 USD
MARKET CAP
16.181
PE
0.437
BETA (5y)
0.144
EPS

profit

558%

for 5 years

profit

119%

for 3 years

profit

53%

for 2 years

profit

8%

for 1 year

profit

-6%

for this year

About Papoutsanis S.A.

Papoutsanis S.A. produces and sells soaps and liquid cosmetics in Greece. It offers shower gels, shampoos, hand washes, face cleansers, hand and body lotions, body oils, hair conditioners, hair masks and oils, hand creams, soaps, foam baths and shaving foams, liquid soaps, antiseptic hand gels, disinfectants, soap noodles, syndets, and melt and pour products, as well as accessories, such as dental and shaving kits, shower caps, sewing kits, vanity sets, combs, amenities trays, glass caps, shoe-shine sponges, shoe horn and mitt products, bath sponges, slippers, and display stands. The company offers its products under the AHAVA, Aromatics, Eau De Grece, Glycerine Soap, Good to declare, Karavaki, Natura, Olive Care, Olive Soap, Olivia, Olivia Fusion, Olivia Thinks, Papoutsanis, Papoutsanis For Kids, Sarbacane, and Skin Essentials brands. It also exports its products to Europe, the United States, Asia, Oceania, and internationally. The company was formerly known as Plias SA. Papoutsanis S.A. was founded in 1870 and is based in Chalcis, Greece.

Παπουτσάνης Προϊόντα Περιποίησης | Papoutsanis

Papoutsanis S.A.
https://www.papoutsanis.gr
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