Posts tagged as jarden

  • dalbello_retro

    Thursday, January 8th 2015

    Marker Völkl acquires Dalbello

    by Markus Huber

    Marker Völkl has agreed to acquire Italian ski boot manufacturer Dalbello. The company has been run by the founding family Dalbello since its creation in 1974. The boot specialist has already been distribution partner of both Völkl and Marker in various countries. Marker Völkl, a subsidiary of Jarden Corporation, which also owns K2, has offered […]

  • Sunday, July 27th 2014

    First half of 2014 shows most large retailers are doing fine

    by Markus Huber

    Over the past few days, some financial results for larger vendors and retailers have been published for the first half of 2014. Here is an overview of performance figures for the first six months – see graph below. Accell Group to spin off fitness division The flat sales for large Dutch bicycle manufacturer, the Accell Group, were mainly caused […]

  • Thursday, September 5th 2013

    Jarden upgrades its latest public offering

    by Markus Huber

    Jarden Corporation, the group behind brands like Camping Gaz, Coleman, K2, Völkl, Marker and Marmot, reports that it will upsize its public offering which was announced earlier this week. The company is offering 15 million shares priced at $47 per share. Previously, it announced an underwritten public offering of 11.6 million shares. Jarden expects to collect […]

  • Thursday, April 25th 2013

    Lower quarterly margins and higher sales for Jarden’s Outdoor Solutions segment


    The Outdoor Solutions segment of Jarden Corporation, which includes brands such as Coleman, K2, Marmot and Rawlings, posted a 3.7 percent sales increase to $695 million for the first quarter of this year. On an organic basis, excluding the impact of foreign exchange fluctuations, acquisitions and divestitures, sales went up by 4.9 percent to $703 […]

  • Wednesday, July 25th 2012

    Jarden’s sales for outdoor unit down by 3.2% in the quarter


    Reporting its results the second quarter ended June 30, Jarden Corp. said that the revenues of its Outdoor Solutions unit fell by 3.2 percent to $747.3 million, compared with the same period in 2011. The unit comprises such brands as Coleman, Marmot, Penn, Rawlings, Volkl, Ex-Officio,K2, Market, and several fishing brands. Operating earnings for the […]

  • Tuesday, July 10th 2012

    Marmot is on track for record sales

    by Markus Huber

    Marmot is on track to reach sales for $170 million next year, or double their level in 2007, when the company was acquired by Jarden, according to declarations by Jim Lillie, chief executive of Jarden, and reported by Sports Executive Weekly. In his presentation at the Oppenheimer Holdings Inc. Consumer Conference on June 27, Lillie […]

  • Thursday, April 26th 2012

    Warm winter hits Jarden outdoor unit sales


    The warm winter shaved about $25 million off the turnover of Jarden Corporation’s outdoor business unit in the first quarter. This contributed to a sales decline of 1.1 percent to $670 million for the unit, which includes the K2, Coleman and Marmot brands. The company expects another hit of $25 million in the second half […]

  • Thursday, February 16th 2012

    Marmot lifts Jarden’s outdoor sales


    Jarden Corporation indicated that its orders of winter sports equipment could drop by 5 to 10 percent due to the unfavorable weather conditions in the current winter season, which implies a reduction of about $30 million to $50 million in sales. The American company, which owns K2 and Völkl in the ski equipment market, along […]