General presentation of Rémy Cointreau
The French group Rémy Cointreau is currently one of the largest producers and distributors of spirits, cognacs and liqueurs in the world. However, its activities can be divided into different divisions according to the product range and the share of turnover it represents and as follows:
Cognacs represent more than 64.6% of the company's total turnover with the exploitation of the Rémy Martin brand.
Liqueurs and spirits generate 25.2% of Rémy Cointreau's turnover and include the Cointreau and Passoa brands for liqueurs, the Mount Gay brand for rum, the Rémy and Metaxa brands for brandy, and the Bruichladdich, Port Charlotte and Octipus brands for scotch and whisky.
Finally, the remaining 10.2% of the company's turnover comes from the sale of partner brand products, notably in the United States with the sotch and whisky brands The Famous Grouse and The Macallan, as well as the worldwide distribution of Piper Heidsieck and Charles Heidsieck champagnes.
From a strictly geographical point of view, the Rémy Cointreau group is present almost everywhere in the world and its sales are distributed as follows: The Americas account for the largest share of the group's turnover, with nearly 39.7%. Next comes Europe-Middle East-Africa, which generates nearly 31.5% of turnover, and finally Asia-Pacific, where the company generates 28.8% of its turnover.
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