Compagnie des Alpes

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Compagnie des Alpes
Type société anonyme
Traded as (Euronext Paris:CDA)
Industry Leisure, Travel & Tourism industry
Founded January 26, 1989
Headquarters 89 rue Escudier, 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt (France)
Key people

Chairman and CEO: Jean-Pierre Sonois VP Finance and Administration: Jean-Jacques Chapoutot

EVP and Director of Finance, Strategy, and Development: Yves Marty
Revenue Increase 641.5 million Euros (2011)[1]
Operating income Decrease 66.0 million Euros (2011)[1]
Net income Decrease 37.6 million Euros (2011)[1]
Total assets Increase 1,432.2 million Euros (2011)[1]
Total equity Increase 773.4 million Euros (2011)[1]
Employees 4,477
Website compagniedesalpes.com
"Walibi" redirects here. It is not to be confused with wallaby.

Compagnie des Alpes (EuronextCDA) is a French company created in 1989 to operate many ski resorts in Europe. Compagnie des Alpes is a part of Caisse des dépôts et consignations.

History[edit]

Compagnie des Alpes was first established in 1989 as a ski resort operator. Since 2001, Compagnie des Alpes's activity has extended to theme parks including the Walibi parks. The Walibi parks used to be owned by an independent company run by Belgian Eddy Meeus. They were then sold off to American company Six Flags, however, due to financial problems they were sold again – this time to Compagnie des Alpes. The company has plans to expand the Walibi brand of theme parks with five of their current locations expected to be converted into Walibi parks.[2]

Properties[edit]

Ski[edit]

France

Parks[edit]

France

Belgium

Germany

Netherlands

Other attractions[edit]

France

Canada

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "Consolidated sales". Compagnie des Alpes. Retrieved 7 July 2012. 
  2. ^ (French) PDF - Financial report 2009-2010, see last page

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