Brambles Ltd (BXB)

Brambles Ltd (BXB)

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Brambles Ltd (BXB) Profile

Brambles Limited is a logistics company specialising in inventory control. CHEP operates through the following segments: CHEP North America and Latin America; CHEP Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and India; and CHEP Australia, New Zealand, and Asia, except India. It participates in the pooling of unit-load hardware and related components, with a particular emphasis on outsourced pallet, crate, and container management. The company services clients in the fast-moving consumer products, fresh fruits and vegetables, beverage, and retail industries, as well as in general manufacturing. Brambles Limited was founded in 1875 and is headquartered in Sydney, Australia.

Full-time employees: 12,000. Latest stock price 10.18-0.23 (-2.21%) As of 12:58 PM AEDT 19th January 2022. Total assets for ending June 30, 2021, were $7.468B. Market cap 14.63B AUD. Subsidiaries: CHEP (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd, CHEP UK Ltd, Chep India Pvt Limited, CHEP Mexico SA de CV, Ceva Materials Handling Pty. Ltd and more.

Brambles Ltd (BXB.xasx) Analysis
As can be seen, Brambles has institutional investors, who own a sizable chunk of the company's stock. This may suggest that the company enjoys some level of investor confidence. However, caution should be exercised when depending on the validation provided by institutional investors. They, too, make errors from time to time. It is not uncommon to observe a significant drop in the price of a company when two large shareholders attempt to sell at the same time.

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