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21st Austria weekly - Palfinger, Andritz, UBM, Kapsch TrafficCom, Immofinanz, Do&Co, Austrian Post (Österreichische Post): (16/06/2020)

21.06.2020

Palfinger: On the basis of the current forecast for the entire year 2020, the Management Board of Austrian based lifting solutions specialist Palfinger AG expects a slightly positive EBIT in the second quarter of 2020 with a significant decline in revenue in comparison to the same period of the previous year. A positive operating result is also expected for the second half of 2020 despite the significant revenue decline due to the Covid-19 crisis. Revenue for the entire year 2020 is expected to exceed Euro 1.4 bn.
Palfinger: weekly performance: 0.98%

UBM: The largest building section in the “Gmunder Höfe” residential project in Munich, which UBM is developing together with its partners Baywobau and Rock Capital, has been sold through a forward deal to Vonovia. The German residential corporation Vonovia has bought the first part with 322 housing units and a day-care centre. Construction on this approximately 14,000 m2 site started in March 2020, and completion and transfer are scheduled for the second half of 2023. Work has also started on the next building section, in total roughly 450 apartments will be built on a total area of approximately 20,000 m2 by summer 2024.
UBM: weekly performance: -0.61%

Andritz: International technology group Andritz has received a package order from Toyota Motor North America (TMNA) for supply of three jointly developed Soutrac II Tailor-Welded Blank (TWB) laser welding systems to be installed in its North American manufacturing plants.
Andritz: weekly performance: 6.97%

Kapsch TrafficCom: Kapsch TrafficCom, Austrian based provider of intelligent transportation systems, reported earnings for financial year 2019/2020. Revenues went down by about one percent to Euro 731 mn. The operating result (EBIT) was Euro -39 mn. (previous year: Euro 57 mn), corresponding to an EBIT margin of 5% (previous year: 8%). The EBIT included about Euro 40 mn of one-time effects. In addition, the profitability of the Group was burdened by operational issues, mainl due to significant need for personnel in North America and considerable additional expenses for the demanding implementation of new software in existing customer systems. “2019/20 was a cursed year. We encountered more challenges than in previous years, and some of these challenges were rather unusual. It is not currently possible to quantify the effects of COVID-19 on our business. We only see a slight effect at present; however, things are being postponed in a few regions. I anticipate that 2020/21 will be better than the previous financial year and that we will manage to generate a clearly positive EBIT again“, says Georg Kapsch, CEO of Kapsch TrafficCom.
Kapsch TrafficCom: weekly performance: -7.25%

Immofinanz: The Supervisory Board of real estate company Immofinanz extended the Executive Board appointments for COO Dietmar Reindl and CFO Stefan Schönauer for a period of five years as of 1 May 2021, i.e. to 30 April 2026. The composition of the Executive Board remains unchanged with Ronny Pecik (CEO), Dietmar Reindl (COO) and Stefan Schönauer (CFO).
Immofinanz: weekly performance: -1.22%

Do&Co: Catering company Do&Co recorded revenues amounting to Euro 935.37 mn, representing an increase of 10.3%. Until the end of February 2020, the DO & CO group was well on track to achieve an annual revenue of almost Euro 1 bn with a pure organic growth rate of 17.2% compared to the previous year. However, the suddenly occurring COVID-19 pandemic led to a sharp revenue decline of Euro -59.1 mn or -67.2% only in the month of March 2020. The EBITDA of the group was Euro 70.11 mn (PY: Euro 80.37m). The EBITDA margin was 7.5% (PY: 9.5%). The net result decreased by -194.2% from Euro 26.40 mn in the previous year to Euro -24.87 mn in the business year 2019/2020.
DO&CO: weekly performance: -4.04%

Austrian Post (Österreichische Post): Austrian Post will raise its stake in the company Aras Kargo from 25 % to 80 %, at a cost in the mid double-digit million euro range. Baran Aras will continue to be a co-owner, holding a 20 % shareholding, and will also serve on the Board of Aras Kargo. The closing of the deal is expected in the coming weeks, subject to regulatory approval. Aras Kargo is one of the leading Turkish parcel services providers, generating annual revenue of TRY 1,370m (approx. EUR 215m) in 2019 and transporting about 150m parcels and documents per year. Austrian Post initially acquired a 25 % stake in the company in July 2013. The carrying amount of the shareholding equaled EUR 23.3m as at 31 December 2019.
Österreichische Post: weekly performance: 0.66%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (16/06/2020)


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21st Austria weekly - Palfinger, Andritz, UBM, Kapsch TrafficCom, Immofinanz, Do&Co, Austrian Post (Österreichische Post): (16/06/2020)


21.06.2020


Palfinger: On the basis of the current forecast for the entire year 2020, the Management Board of Austrian based lifting solutions specialist Palfinger AG expects a slightly positive EBIT in the second quarter of 2020 with a significant decline in revenue in comparison to the same period of the previous year. A positive operating result is also expected for the second half of 2020 despite the significant revenue decline due to the Covid-19 crisis. Revenue for the entire year 2020 is expected to exceed Euro 1.4 bn.
Palfinger: weekly performance: 0.98%

UBM: The largest building section in the “Gmunder Höfe” residential project in Munich, which UBM is developing together with its partners Baywobau and Rock Capital, has been sold through a forward deal to Vonovia. The German residential corporation Vonovia has bought the first part with 322 housing units and a day-care centre. Construction on this approximately 14,000 m2 site started in March 2020, and completion and transfer are scheduled for the second half of 2023. Work has also started on the next building section, in total roughly 450 apartments will be built on a total area of approximately 20,000 m2 by summer 2024.
UBM: weekly performance: -0.61%

Andritz: International technology group Andritz has received a package order from Toyota Motor North America (TMNA) for supply of three jointly developed Soutrac II Tailor-Welded Blank (TWB) laser welding systems to be installed in its North American manufacturing plants.
Andritz: weekly performance: 6.97%

Kapsch TrafficCom: Kapsch TrafficCom, Austrian based provider of intelligent transportation systems, reported earnings for financial year 2019/2020. Revenues went down by about one percent to Euro 731 mn. The operating result (EBIT) was Euro -39 mn. (previous year: Euro 57 mn), corresponding to an EBIT margin of 5% (previous year: 8%). The EBIT included about Euro 40 mn of one-time effects. In addition, the profitability of the Group was burdened by operational issues, mainl due to significant need for personnel in North America and considerable additional expenses for the demanding implementation of new software in existing customer systems. “2019/20 was a cursed year. We encountered more challenges than in previous years, and some of these challenges were rather unusual. It is not currently possible to quantify the effects of COVID-19 on our business. We only see a slight effect at present; however, things are being postponed in a few regions. I anticipate that 2020/21 will be better than the previous financial year and that we will manage to generate a clearly positive EBIT again“, says Georg Kapsch, CEO of Kapsch TrafficCom.
Kapsch TrafficCom: weekly performance: -7.25%

Immofinanz: The Supervisory Board of real estate company Immofinanz extended the Executive Board appointments for COO Dietmar Reindl and CFO Stefan Schönauer for a period of five years as of 1 May 2021, i.e. to 30 April 2026. The composition of the Executive Board remains unchanged with Ronny Pecik (CEO), Dietmar Reindl (COO) and Stefan Schönauer (CFO).
Immofinanz: weekly performance: -1.22%

Do&Co: Catering company Do&Co recorded revenues amounting to Euro 935.37 mn, representing an increase of 10.3%. Until the end of February 2020, the DO & CO group was well on track to achieve an annual revenue of almost Euro 1 bn with a pure organic growth rate of 17.2% compared to the previous year. However, the suddenly occurring COVID-19 pandemic led to a sharp revenue decline of Euro -59.1 mn or -67.2% only in the month of March 2020. The EBITDA of the group was Euro 70.11 mn (PY: Euro 80.37m). The EBITDA margin was 7.5% (PY: 9.5%). The net result decreased by -194.2% from Euro 26.40 mn in the previous year to Euro -24.87 mn in the business year 2019/2020.
DO&CO: weekly performance: -4.04%

Austrian Post (Österreichische Post): Austrian Post will raise its stake in the company Aras Kargo from 25 % to 80 %, at a cost in the mid double-digit million euro range. Baran Aras will continue to be a co-owner, holding a 20 % shareholding, and will also serve on the Board of Aras Kargo. The closing of the deal is expected in the coming weeks, subject to regulatory approval. Aras Kargo is one of the leading Turkish parcel services providers, generating annual revenue of TRY 1,370m (approx. EUR 215m) in 2019 and transporting about 150m parcels and documents per year. Austrian Post initially acquired a 25 % stake in the company in July 2013. The carrying amount of the shareholding equaled EUR 23.3m as at 31 December 2019.
Österreichische Post: weekly performance: 0.66%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (16/06/2020)




 

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