Annual Report 2016
Opened a new cooked and cured meats plant in Burgos, Spain, replacing the one destroyed by fire in late 2014.
Began the construction of a cogeneration plant of in Tamaulipas, Mexico. It also acquired a PET plant in Canada and an EPS plant in Chile.
Started up an auto parts plant and a machining plant in Mexico, acquired a company in Turkey and advanced in the construction of a plant in Slovakia.
Completed the merger between Alestra and Axtel, thus creating a more competitive company in the information technologies and communication market in Mexico.
Focused on the optimization of the operation of existing wells, minimizing exploration and drilling, while waiting for more favorable conditions in the hydrocarbons industry.
In 2016, ALFA reported revenues of Ps. 293,782 million (U.S. $15.8 billion), and EBITDA(1) of Ps. 43,254 million (U.S. $2.3 billion). ALFA’s shares are quoted on the Mexican Stock Exchange and on Latibex, the market for Latin American shares on the Madrid Stock Exchange.
NOTE: In this annual report, monetary figures are expressed in nominal Mexican pesos (Ps.), and in nominal dollars (U.S. $) unless otherwise specified. Conversions from pesos to dollars were made using the average rate of the month in which the revenues or disbursements were made. The percentages of variation between 2016 and 2015 are expressed in nominal terms.
Revenues: U.S. $5.7 billion
Plants: 67, in 13 countries
Containers for beverages, food and consumer products; packaging for electronic appliances; textiles; construction and automotive.
Revenues: U.S. $4.8 billion
Plants: 23, in six countries
Revenues: U.S. $4.3 billion
Plants: 36, in 16 countries
Enterprise, government, mass market
Ingresos: U.S. $736 millones
Energy, oil and gas
Revenues: U.S. $107 million
Presence U.S.A. and Mexico
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