After reviewing Crown Holdings ' third-quarter report, we are maintaining ..... thought this was a strong quarter from Crown , with the highlights coming from its ..... over year because of strong demand from Crown 's attractive Southeast Asia operations
Crown Holdings (NYSE: CCK ) entered into an agreement to acquire EMPAQUE (Mexican beverage packaging) from Heineken N.V. ( OTCQX:HEINY ) Segment Revenue
Crown Holdings (NYSE: CCK ): Q3 EPS of $1.36 beats by $0.15 . Revenue of $2.59B (+8.4% Y/Y) misses by $30M . Press Release Post your comment!
Corporation to $64 per share from $56 and for narrow-moat Crown Holdings to $48 per share from $42, after updating our outlook ..... should accelerate the adoption of cans. Second, Ball, Crown , and Rexam have an opportunity to consolidate nascent
On Monday, Crown Holdings announced it had agreed to acquire EMPAQUE ..... V., for $1.225 billion in cash. Crown expects EMPAQUE to earn $150 million ..... respectively, which compare favorably with Crown 's existing Americas Beverage segment
After reviewing Crown Holdings ' second-quarter report, we are maintaining ..... 7% compared with the prior year. Crown shares were down 6% on Tuesday afternoon ..... to mid-80%" range according to Crown , versus the "low- to mid-90
it would struggle to sustainably maintain sufficient market share and profitability against the likes of Rexam, Crown Holdings CCK , and Ball BLL. Plants must run at high utilization rates to be profitable, so steady demand from major customers
After reviewing Crown Holdings ' fourth quarter and full-year results ..... as well as our narrow moat rating. Crown 's full-year adjusted earnings per ..... the European Food segment. In 2013, Crown generated $641 million of free cash
manufacturers--Rexam, Ball Corporation BLL and Crown Holdings CCK --account for 60% of global supply, and in large ..... metal beverage can market. In contrast, Ball and Crown Holdings have considerable exposure to metal food cans where
Oct 31 (Reuters) - Food packaging company Crown Holdings Inc said it will buy Spanish food-can producer Mivisa Envases for 1.2 billion euros ($1.65 billion) to expand in Spain.