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21st Austria weekly - Do&Co, Andritz, Palfinger, Vienna Airport, voestalpine (21/01/2021)

24.01.2021

Do&Co: Catering company Do&co placed convertible bonds maturing in 2026 with an aggregate principal amount of Euro 100 mn, divided into 1,000 convertible bonds with a denomination of Euro 100,000 each. The Bonds are convertible into newly issued or existing ordinary bearer shares of the Company with no par value or may be repaid in cash under exceptional circumstances, as set out in the terms and conditions of the Bonds. For the purpose of such conversion, the Company may issue up to 1,350,000 new shares, representing up to approx.12.17% of the Company's sharecapital after such issuance. The net proceeds raised will be used to further develop the business organically and inorganically and to maintain the liquidity of Do&Co-Group.
DO&CO: weekly performance: -5.35%

Andritz: International technology group Andritz has received an order from Mainstream Energy Solutions Limited for the modernization of one generation unit at Jebba hydroelectric power plant on the Niger River. Mainstream Energy Solutions Limited is a privately owned power generating company in Nigeria incorporated in 2011 and licensed to operate the Kainji and Jebba Hydroelectric Power Plants through a concession agreement with the Federal Government of Nigeria. The contract has a value of more than Euro 30 mn, and commissioning is planned for end of 2023/ beginning of 2024.
Andritz: weekly performance: 5.49%

Palfinger: With a total of 71 fixed boom cranes, lifting solutions provider Palfinger is going to play a vital part in one of France's major renewable energy projects – the Fécamp offshore wind farm. In addition to the 71 fixed boom davits, Palfinger will deliver two PTM600-20m telescopic boom cranes to the offshore wind farm’s operations and maintenance (O&M) base for loading and unloading materials and equipment to and from Crew Transfer Vessels (CTVs). "The Fécamp offshore wind farm project offered an opportunity that we couldn't let slip by. Winning this project has opened the door for PALFINGER to the French offshore wind market and significantly strengthens our footprint in the European offshore wind industry," Nikolaj Bæk Rosenkrantz, Palfinger's Sales Manager Wind, points out. "Apart from that, this project has been an invaluable experience so far. We've been leading close dialogues, making full use of our synergies and working on solutions that will perfectly meet the customer's requirements," he adds. The estimated delivery of the first cranes is scheduled for May 2021. The offshore wind farm itself is expected to commence operations in 2023.
Palfinger: weekly performance: 6.37%

Vienna Airport: The Flughafen Wien Group (Vienna Airport and the international strategic investments in Malta Airport and Kosice Airport) reported a total of 9.7 million passengers in the year 2020, comprising a year-on-year decrease of 75.6%. “2020 is the most difficult as well as the most bizarre year in airport history. With a total of 7.8 million passengers, we registered a passenger volume we last witnessed 26 years ago, in 1994. The weakest day saw only 154 travellers at the airport. The first months of 2021 remain challenging, but an upturn is on the horizon. The vaccine has arrived internationally, and from today’s perspective should result in a significant increase in passenger volumes, particularly starting in the second half of 2021. We anticipate 12.5 million passengers at Vienna Airport, more than 70% in the second half of the year. However, common, EU-wide testing strategies and travel regulations are urgently required in order to return to a rudimentary freedom of travel and thus set the economy and tourism in motion again. This is the only way to successfully find our way out of the crisis,” states Julian Jäger, Member of the Management Board of Flughafen Wien AG. The Flughafen Wien Group has established a sound economic basis for its business operations and plans to be profitable again in 2021. The company has secured sufficient liquidity to cope with all foreseeable crisis scenarios. From today’s perspective, revenue in 2021 is expected to reach a level of Euro 430 mn, generate a positive EBITDA of Euro 150 mn and a slightly positive consolidated net profit of Euro 4 mn. Net debt of the company will likely be reduced to about Euro 100 mn. Investments are expected to total approx. Euro 62 mn in 2021.
Flughafen Wien: weekly performance: -0.70%

voestalpine: In response to the current level of orders in the long steel sector, voestalpine is now once again operating two blast furnaces at the site in Donawitz. One of the two furnaces, which has an annual pig iron production capacity of around 750,000 tons and underwent scheduled interim repairs during summer 2020, was restarted in order to meet the growth in demand. 
voestalpine: weekly performance: 3.56%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (21/01/2021)


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21st Austria weekly - Do&Co, Andritz, Palfinger, Vienna Airport, voestalpine (21/01/2021)


24.01.2021


Do&Co: Catering company Do&co placed convertible bonds maturing in 2026 with an aggregate principal amount of Euro 100 mn, divided into 1,000 convertible bonds with a denomination of Euro 100,000 each. The Bonds are convertible into newly issued or existing ordinary bearer shares of the Company with no par value or may be repaid in cash under exceptional circumstances, as set out in the terms and conditions of the Bonds. For the purpose of such conversion, the Company may issue up to 1,350,000 new shares, representing up to approx.12.17% of the Company's sharecapital after such issuance. The net proceeds raised will be used to further develop the business organically and inorganically and to maintain the liquidity of Do&Co-Group.
DO&CO: weekly performance: -5.35%

Andritz: International technology group Andritz has received an order from Mainstream Energy Solutions Limited for the modernization of one generation unit at Jebba hydroelectric power plant on the Niger River. Mainstream Energy Solutions Limited is a privately owned power generating company in Nigeria incorporated in 2011 and licensed to operate the Kainji and Jebba Hydroelectric Power Plants through a concession agreement with the Federal Government of Nigeria. The contract has a value of more than Euro 30 mn, and commissioning is planned for end of 2023/ beginning of 2024.
Andritz: weekly performance: 5.49%

Palfinger: With a total of 71 fixed boom cranes, lifting solutions provider Palfinger is going to play a vital part in one of France's major renewable energy projects – the Fécamp offshore wind farm. In addition to the 71 fixed boom davits, Palfinger will deliver two PTM600-20m telescopic boom cranes to the offshore wind farm’s operations and maintenance (O&M) base for loading and unloading materials and equipment to and from Crew Transfer Vessels (CTVs). "The Fécamp offshore wind farm project offered an opportunity that we couldn't let slip by. Winning this project has opened the door for PALFINGER to the French offshore wind market and significantly strengthens our footprint in the European offshore wind industry," Nikolaj Bæk Rosenkrantz, Palfinger's Sales Manager Wind, points out. "Apart from that, this project has been an invaluable experience so far. We've been leading close dialogues, making full use of our synergies and working on solutions that will perfectly meet the customer's requirements," he adds. The estimated delivery of the first cranes is scheduled for May 2021. The offshore wind farm itself is expected to commence operations in 2023.
Palfinger: weekly performance: 6.37%

Vienna Airport: The Flughafen Wien Group (Vienna Airport and the international strategic investments in Malta Airport and Kosice Airport) reported a total of 9.7 million passengers in the year 2020, comprising a year-on-year decrease of 75.6%. “2020 is the most difficult as well as the most bizarre year in airport history. With a total of 7.8 million passengers, we registered a passenger volume we last witnessed 26 years ago, in 1994. The weakest day saw only 154 travellers at the airport. The first months of 2021 remain challenging, but an upturn is on the horizon. The vaccine has arrived internationally, and from today’s perspective should result in a significant increase in passenger volumes, particularly starting in the second half of 2021. We anticipate 12.5 million passengers at Vienna Airport, more than 70% in the second half of the year. However, common, EU-wide testing strategies and travel regulations are urgently required in order to return to a rudimentary freedom of travel and thus set the economy and tourism in motion again. This is the only way to successfully find our way out of the crisis,” states Julian Jäger, Member of the Management Board of Flughafen Wien AG. The Flughafen Wien Group has established a sound economic basis for its business operations and plans to be profitable again in 2021. The company has secured sufficient liquidity to cope with all foreseeable crisis scenarios. From today’s perspective, revenue in 2021 is expected to reach a level of Euro 430 mn, generate a positive EBITDA of Euro 150 mn and a slightly positive consolidated net profit of Euro 4 mn. Net debt of the company will likely be reduced to about Euro 100 mn. Investments are expected to total approx. Euro 62 mn in 2021.
Flughafen Wien: weekly performance: -0.70%

voestalpine: In response to the current level of orders in the long steel sector, voestalpine is now once again operating two blast furnaces at the site in Donawitz. One of the two furnaces, which has an annual pig iron production capacity of around 750,000 tons and underwent scheduled interim repairs during summer 2020, was restarted in order to meet the growth in demand. 
voestalpine: weekly performance: 3.56%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (21/01/2021)




 

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