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DBT SA. DBT SA, formerly Douaisienne de Basse Tension SAS is a France-based company that designs and manufactures energy supplying units for public places. The Company provides electric and water distribution units, including up to 12 x 16A single phase outlets and up to 4 water distribution taps, recharging units and boxes for electrical vehicles and retractable access control bollards and deterrent systems. The Company also manufactures electric current transformers for domestic and industrial use. Douaisienne de Basse Tension SAS has a network of distribution agents in France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Sweden. In 2011, the Company launched its US subsidiary, DBT USA.

Sales Analysis. DBT SA reported sales of 9.21 million Euro (US$10.13 million) for the fiscal year ending June of 2019. This represents a decrease of 0.1% versus 2018, when the company's sales were 9.22 million Euro.
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  Stock Performance Chart for DBT SA
  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (11/15/2019): .37
(Figures in Euro)
1 Week 9.1%   13 Weeks -8.8%  
4 Weeks -39.8%   52 Weeks -76.7%  
DBT SA Key Data:
  Ticker: ALDBT Country: France
  Exchanges: Major Industry: Capital Goods
    Sub Industry: Transformers, Except Electronic
  2019 Sales 9,211,000
(Year Ending Jan 2020).
Employees: 70
  Currency: Euro Market Cap: 2,471,601
  Fiscal Yr Ends: June Shares Outstanding: 7,280,120
  Share Type: Actions Ordinaires Closely Held Shares:
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