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SLAUR SARDET

Created in 1972 following the merger of hundred-year-old companies, SLAUR is one of France‘s leading manufacturers of alcoholic beverages and syrups. Recently it took over Sardet-Deribaucourt, a famous French company.

Ideally located in Le Havre, only a few kilometres away from France‘s main container port, SLAUR is naturally very well export oriented. Each year, SLAUR dispatches around 1400 containers and over 700 trucks from its warehouse to 110 countries worldwide.

Very well recognized for its value for money products, SLAUR also stands out from its competitors by giving a high quality service such as availability, responsiveness and flexibility.

The biggest European supermarket chains didn‘t go wrong when they chose and trusted SLAUR as one of the leading suppliers of its own brands.

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Company profile

Related activities :

Agribusiness: Wine, spirits, other drinks

Export area :

African countries of the Indian Ocean

C.E.I.

Caribbean

Central America

Europe outside E.U.

European Union

French overseas departments and territories

Near and Middle East

North Africa

North America

North Asia

Oceania

South America

South Asia

South-east Asia

Sub-Saharan Africa

Local presence :

European Union

Target countries :

African countries of the Indian Ocean

C.E.I.

Caribbean

Central America

Europe outside E.U.

European Union

French overseas departments and territories

Near and Middle East

North Africa

North America

North Asia

Oceania

Polar areas

South America

South Asia

South-east Asia

Sub-Saharan Africa

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