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Case
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Reference no. D306-491-1
German language
Authors: Kurt Spiess (Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Winterthur (ZHAW), School of Management & Law)
Published in: 2006

Abstract

This is a German version. Fenaco (Federation Nationale des Cooperatives Agricoles) is a major agricultural enterprise in Switzerland, which is active in the production of animal feed, fertilizers and plants for wholesale and retail markets. Fenaco is the umbrella organisation, comprising of 417 agricultural co-operative societies with 53,800 individual members. Fenaco has about 50 subsidiaries which together employ around 6,700 people. With total assets of CHF2,000 million, Fenaco achieves approximately CHF4,000 million in annual sales. Sales, profits and investments have all increased over the last ten years. This success is based on the merger of six agricultural co-operatives, which became the Fenaco Group.
Location:
Industry:
Size:
6,700 employees
Other setting(s):
2003

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Abstract

This is a German version. Fenaco (Federation Nationale des Cooperatives Agricoles) is a major agricultural enterprise in Switzerland, which is active in the production of animal feed, fertilizers and plants for wholesale and retail markets. Fenaco is the umbrella organisation, comprising of 417 agricultural co-operative societies with 53,800 individual members. Fenaco has about 50 subsidiaries which together employ around 6,700 people. With total assets of CHF2,000 million, Fenaco achieves approximately CHF4,000 million in annual sales. Sales, profits and investments have all increased over the last ten years. This success is based on the merger of six agricultural co-operatives, which became the Fenaco Group.

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Location:
Industry:
Size:
6,700 employees
Other setting(s):
2003

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