General presentation of Campari
If you want to carry out an analysis of the Campari share price, you must of course have an excellent knowledge of this company and how it generates its income. This is why we are now offering you a detailed presentation of Campari, including its activities and the breakdown of its profits according to both its business sectors and the geographical areas in which the company operates. With this information, you will be able to better interpret Campari's financial results and news, and thus set up a good analysis of the share price before buying or selling the stock.
Davide Campari-Milano N.V. is an Italian company and one of the major producers and distributors of spirits and wines in Italy. Founded in 1860, the company operates through three main product families, namely spirits, wines and soft drinks.
In spirits, Campari produces a variety of well-known brands, such as Campari, SKYY Vodka, Cynar, Aperol, Cabo Wabo, CampariSoda, Glen Grant, Ouzo 12, X-Rated, Zedda Piras, Dreher, Old Eight and Drury's. Wines produced by Campari include well-known brands such as Liebfraumilch, Cinzano, Mondoro, Riccadonna, Sella & Mosca and Teruzzi & Puthod.
The company also produces non-alcoholic beverages, including aperitifs such as Crodino, sodas such as LemonSoda, OranSoda, PelmoSoda and TonicSoda, and mineral waters such as Crodo.
In 2021, the Group has 22 production sites around the world, enabling it to produce quality products to meet the needs of consumers in different countries while being located close to consumers.
In terms of geographical distribution of sales, Southern Europe-Middle East-Africa represents 29.4%, the Americas 42.7%, Northern Europe-Central Europe-Eastern Europe 20.2% and Asia-Pacific 7.7%. This distribution shows that Campari is present all over the world and that its sources of income are well diversified geographically.
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