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BHS Tabletop AG Company Snapshot
BHS Tabletop AG operates in the Vitreous china table & kitchenware sector. In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares BHS Tabletop AG with three other clay and ceramic product manufacturers in Europe: VAA-Vista Alegre Atlantis SGPS SA of Portugal (2018 sales of 99.02 million Euro [US$109.54 million] of which 49% was Tableware & Giftware Porcelain), Kutahya Porselen of Turkey (383.76 million Turkish Liras [US$66.04 million] ), and Churchill China plc which is based in the United Kingdom (£57.48 million [US$75.53 million] of which 91% was Hospitality).

Sales Analysis. BHS Tabletop AG reported sales of 118.70 million Euro (US$131.30 million) for the year ending December of 2018. This represents a decrease of 2.3% versus 2017, when the company's sales were 121.45 million Euro.
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  Stock Performance Chart for BHS Tabletop AG
  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (12/5/2019): 16.20
(Figures in Euro)
1 Week 0.0%   13 Weeks 0.0%  
4 Weeks n/a   52 Weeks -11.5%  
BHS Tabletop AG Key Data:
  Ticker: HUL Country: Germany
  Exchanges: DUS FRA OTH Major Industry: Materials
    Sub Industry: Vitreous China Table & Kitchenware
  2018 Sales 118,698,000
(Year Ending Jan 2019).
Employees: 1,189
  Currency: Euro Market Cap: 55,287,360
  Fiscal Yr Ends: December Shares Outstanding: 3,412,800
  Share Type: Stammaktie Closely Held Shares: 3,178,359
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