The Annual Report consists of the Business Overview, the Report by the Board of Directors, the Non-financial Statement, the Disclosure according to the EU Taxonomy Regulation, the Financial Statements with notes, the Corporate Governance Statement, the Remuneration Report, and the Sustainability Report for 2021.
Anora is a leading wine and spirits brand house in the Nordic region and a global industry forerunner in sustainability.
Anora encapsulates the best of the Nordics: closeness to nature, respect for others and the world we live in, honesty, informality and openness combined with a thirst for innovation and exploration. Born out of the union of two equals, Anora brings us together and offers us an inspiring path for the future.
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Anora acquires Globus Wine, the leading wine company in Denmark, to further strengthen its position as the leading Nordic wine and spirits group.
Anora was formed through a merger of two leading Nordic wine and spirits companies – Altia and Arcus – in September 2021.
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Anora is a market leader in the profitable and stable Nordic wine and spirits industry. In 2021, Anora’s pro forma net sales were EUR 665 million. Anora shares are listed on Nasdaq Helsinki under the ticker ANORA.
Iconic Nordic brands
Anora's key trademarks play a central role in the company's strategy. Anora's own key brands, such as Koskenkorva, LINIE, O.P. Anderson, Larsen, Skagerrak, Chill Out, Ruby Zin, Blossa, Wongraven and Falling Feather, have a strong market position and many of them have a long heritage to cherish in the Nordics.
Anora was born from the merger of two leading Nordic wine and spirits brand houses, Altia and Arcus. We have a broad portfolio of iconic brands, and our business model includes industrial operations in distillation, bottling and logistics services. Anora has about 1,100 employees located across Nothern Europe, France and Germany.