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Membership No.

4-0006-05-000-00

Category

Ordinary

Sector

Consumer Goods Manufacturers

Country/Region

Luxembourg

Member since

17 January 2005

Ferrero Trading Lux S.A.

Founded officially in 1946, Ferrero was built upon an already thriving family confectionery business. Family-owned to this day, the company has built itself into an international group with commercial interests in the Americas, Australasia, Asia and Africa, as well as in Western and Eastern Europe.

The Group, which is headquartered in Luxembourg, has three R&D centres and twenty production plants. 

Thanks to the dedicated commitment of 22,000 employees, brands like Nutella, Ferrero Rocher, Mon Cheri, Tic Tac, Kinder Bueno, Kinder Sorpresa and Raffaello have become worldwide successes.

For Ferrero, respecting nature is so important that the Group considers the objectives of its environmental policy on a par with its production goals. In order to do this, it has set ambitious goals on every impact it could have on the environment. Those goals are available in the 3rd CSR Report, page 6 and 7. http://csr.ferrero.com/assets/pdf/Corporate_Social_Responsibility_Report_2011.zip
  • Ferrero Asia Pacific
  • Ferrero Commerciale Italia Srl
  • Ferrero Deutschland GmbH

ACOP Report Submissions

ACOP PERIOD FILE NAME NOTES FILE SIZE
2017 ferrero trading lux s.a.-ACOP2017.pdf 60.5 KB
2016 ferrero trading lux s.a.-ACOP2016.pdf 44.3 KB
2015 ferrero trading lux s.a.-ACOP2015.pdf 32.7 KB
2014 ferrero trading lux s.a.-ACOP2014b.pdf 30.3 KB
2013/2014 ferrero-trading-lux-sa-ACOP2014.pdf 31.6 KB
2012/2013 FERRERO TRADING LUX S.A..pdf 26.8 KB
2011/2012 ACOP2012_CGM_4-0006-05-000-00-61.pdf -
2010/2011 ACOP 2011 - Ferrero-66.pdf -

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