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Company Profile PNVL3
Dimed SA Distribuidora de Medicamentos is engaged in the sale of medicines, perfumery, personal care and beauty products, cosmetics and dermocosmetics. Its segments are divided into Retail, Wholesale and Corporate. The Retail segment has 517 stores that sell more than 15,000 items among drugs and personal care and beauty products. The Wholesale segment is the distributor of drugs in Brazil. The Corporate segment includes Wholesale and Retail, as well as subsidiary Lifar. In addition to adding divisions of cosmetics, drugs and food, Lifar is responsible for the production of brands in Brazil, as well as products of its own brand Panvel.
Eldorado do Sul, RS, 92990-000, BRA
FAQs for Dimed SA Distribuidora de Medicamentos Stock
Yes. PNVL3 has a forward dividend yield of 1.82%.
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PNVL3’s stock style is Small Core.
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