John Leonard, CFA
Special situations, micro-cap, contrarian, CFA

The Attractive Opportunity Amidst Increased Uncertainty At EveryWare Global

Company overview

EveryWare Global (NASDAQ:EVRY) sells tabletop and food preparation products for the consumer and foodservice markets. EVRY became publicly traded in May 2013 after completing a business combination with ROI Acquisition (a special purpose acquisition company).

The operating segments consist of the following:

    The consumer segment sells a wide range of tabletop, food preparation and pantry products (under the Oneida and Anchor Hocking brands) to mass merchants, specialty/department stores, supermarkets and warehouse clubs. The foodservice segment sells flatware, dinnerware, barware, hollowware and banquetware to distributors, hotels, chain restaurants, cruise lines, airlines, schools and healthcare facilities. The specialty segment sells glassware products to candle/floral wholesalers, direct sellers, industrial lighting manufacturers and premium spirits distributors. The international segment consists ...
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