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Corporate Presentation Nestlé Group

Corporate Presentation Nestlé Group. Laurent Freixe, Executive Vice President, Head of Zone Europe. The world’s leading nutrition, health and wellness company. Nestl é: Good Food, Good Life. CHF 109.9bn sales in 2008 CHF 18bn net profit in 2008 Over 280,000 employees

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Corporate Presentation Nestlé Group

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  1. Corporate Presentation Nestlé Group Laurent Freixe, Executive Vice President, Head of Zone Europe

  2. The world’s leading nutrition, health and wellness company Nestlé: Good Food, Good Life

  3. CHF 109.9bn sales in 2008 CHF 18bn net profit in 2008 Over 280,000 employees 456 factories in 84 countries 24 R&D Centers worldwide (eg. Rzezsow) Nestlé at a glance: Key figures

  4. Long-term organic growth of 5% to 6% EBIT margin improvement every year Increase return on invested capital The Nestlé Model Creation value through profitable growth

  5. 10,000 different products Around 1 billion products sold every day A product for every moment of every day, from morning to night and from birth to old age Nestlé products and brands: instantly recognisable

  6. Nestlé products available in every country in the world Long-standing tradition and history in many countries Local people with in-depth knowledge and understanding of local markets Enhance quality of life by bringing nutrition to all consumers everywhere Geographic presence

  7. Sales by regionPercentage of total F&B sales in 2008 Europe 36.0% Americas 42.2% Asia, Oceania, Africa 21.8% Excluding globally managed businesses (Pharmaceutical, Nestlé Waters, Nestlé Nutrition)

  8. Europe: 770 mio Consumers - 12% of World Population Central and Eastern Europe: 375 million Consumers 15% of Zone sales Western Europe: 395 million Consumers 85% of Zone sales 770 mio Consumers12% of World Population Over 40 States / 50 Languages

  9. Zone Europe Sales by Categories 2008 Ambient Dairy 2% R&G Coffees 2% Powdered Beverages 2% Culinary Chilled 7% Confectionery 20% Frozen Food 10% Soluble Coffees 18% Ice Cream 10% Petcare 14% Ambient Culinary 15% (incl. Nestlé Professional)

  10. Focus on Super Premium and brand premiumisation Luxury Super Premium Premium Mainstream Value

  11. Premiumisation at Nestlé… Good market growth and future potential Highly attractive economics The right brand position and product quality Strong pipeline for tomorrow European approach …driving growth and creating value

  12. R&D Driven Innovation: NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto Europe 2 million machines sold Over 800 million capsules sold No.1 or 2 market position in 7 out of 12 markets

  13. PPP: Emerging opportunity worldwide • Specific business model • lower-income consumers • affordable products on a daily basis • superior nutritional value • Fast growth and high potential • PPP worldwide • Organic growth: 27.4% • PPP in Europe • Organic growth: 33.9% (22 markets)

  14. Our Ambition will match the times but the fundamentalswon’t change Zone Europe Our Ambition is… “... to be recognized as the best Food, Nutrition, Health and Wellness Company in Europe.” Zone Europe 2009 By… • having the best people • leveraging brands, products and communication • building proactive, collaborative relationships with customers & channels • anticipating new business opportunities • being lean • all driving performance Profitable Growth in challenging times «It is the sail and not the wind that sets the course»

  15. Corporate Presentation Nestlé Polska

  16. Total Nestlé business in Poland 8 factories, over 4,900 employees

  17. Total Nestlé Business in Poland 2008

  18. Nestlé Brands in Poland Beverages Culinary Confectionery Breakfast Cereals Ice - Cream Mineral Water Dairy Nestlé Nutrition Nestlé Professional Nespresso Nestlé Purina

  19. Market Share & Position position Culinary • Cooking Soups 64,5% 1 • Bouillons 39,9% 1 • Mayonnaise 39,8% 1 • Liquid Seasonings 64,6% 1 • Sauces 49,4% 1 • Instant Soups 11,1% (CU)*2 • Instant dishes 38,0% (CU)*2 • Desserts 24,8% 1 • Dehydrated Fixes 44,5% 2 AC Nielsen, volume MAT DJ 2009 CU – Consumer Units

  20. Market Share & Position Beverages position • NESCAFÉ 37,9%* 1 • NESQUIK 30,1% 2 * Total instant coffee (instant pure coffee, instant mixes and instant mixtures) AC Nielsen, value MAT DJ 2009

  21. Nestlé Polska key product launches 2008 NestléNESVITA NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto WINIARY Zupy Jak u Mamy

  22. Nutrition, Health and Wellness Strategy – Nestlé as partner in nutrition, health and wellness We are continuously focused on the renovation and innovation of our products and brands, taking into account nutritional benefits and consumers’ taste preferences Train and teach the nutritional principles of a healthy diet (consumers and employees) Focus on consumers needs, their motivation and health benefits Promotion of health and nutritional value of Nestlé products. Nutritional Compass, GDA 22

  23. Nutritional education • „Jedz smacznie i zdrowo” – Nestlé educational campaign which promoted balanced diet • Nutritional compass on 100% of products & GDA system on 55% of products • Nutritional trainings for Nestlé Polska employees • Nestlé and the environment • Opening pre-treatment plants at Namysłów and Kargowa factories in 2007 • Decrease number of energy consumption – (8.8% decrease vs. target of 5% in 2007) • Decrease number of water consumption (10.9 % decrease vs. target of 3% in 2007) • Nestlé Safety Quality and Environmental Policy • Social programmes • Products donations: Banki Żywności, Caritas • Financial donations for children: Cała Polska Czyta Dzieciom, Fundacja Batorego • Local activities Dni Kargowej, Kalisza, Namysłowa, Chantarelle Festival, Schola Cantorum • Voluntary activities: pay-roll „PAJACYK” for PAH, Christmas Card

  24. Thank you!

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