International Meal Company

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International Meal Company Holdings S.A.
Type Sociedade Anônima
Traded as BM&F BovespaIMCH3
Industry Restaurants
Founded 2006
Headquarters São Paulo, Brazil
Key people Francisco Javier Gavilán Martin, (Chairman)
Products Foodservice
Revenue Increase US$ 578.7 million (2013)
Profit Decrease US$ 1.7 million (2013)
Employees 13,175
Parent Advent International
Website www.internationalmealcompany.com

International Meal Company (IMC) is a Brazilian holding company in the foodservice sector operating fast food restaurants.[1] It was founded in 2006 by Advent International and operates 386 restaurants with approximately 14,000 employees in Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, Panama, Puerto Rico and Dominican Republic. The company's restaurant brands include: Viena, Frango Assado, Wraps, Go Fresh, Brunella, Gino's, and Airports Concepts/Airport Shoppes.

The company's main competitors are Brazilian Fast Food Corporation and Mexican company Alsea. International Meal Company is listed on the BM&F Bovespa since 2011.

Subsidiaries[edit]

  • Airport Concepts (also known as Airports Shoppes) is an IMC company that operates different brands of restaurants in airports. The subsidiary operates under Airport Concepts in seven Brazilian airports, and as Airports Shoppes in Mexico and the Caribbean.
  • Brunella is a chain of 7 restaurants, 6 in São Paulo and 1 in Santos.
  • Frango Assado is a restaurant chain along roads and the eateries operate 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Food and baked goods are offered.
  • Go Fresh is natural food restaurant with 3 locations in São Paulo.
  • Viena is a network of more than 100 restaurants. It was founded in 1975 and has locations in the main shopping centers in Brazil as well as at airports and food courts on highways in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Brasília, and cities with high income per capita in southern Brazil such as Curitiba for example.
  • Wraps is a Brazilian restaurant chain with eight locations in São Paulo and one in Rio de Janeiro.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Dona do Frango Assado compra rede Batata Inglesa", Folha de S. Paulo, 11/06/2012