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21st Austria weekly - Wienerberger, Palfinger, Atrium Real Estate (06/10/2021)

10.10.2021

Wienerberger: Wienerberger announced its acquisition of Struxura in Belgium. With the take-over of Struxura BV, a producer of prefabricated wall panels, Wienerberger continues to consistently and successfully pursue its sustainable development into a full-range system provider while, at the same time, offering its customers enhanced convenience in line with the Group's ambitious ESG targets. Struxura employs a total workforce of 25 employees at two locations and generates revenues of approx. Euro 8 mn.
Wienerberger: weekly performance: 1.43%

Palfinger: Palfinger’s marine business has acquired the Offshore Passenger Transfer System (OPTS) technology by Lift2Work. The Rotterdam-based company was set up with extensive knowledge and experience in the maritime offshore sector with the aim to develop a mode of smooth and seamless transportation from vessels to offshore platforms. In line with Palfinger’s vision of shaping the future of its customers’ lifting solutions, Lift2Work introduced a new way of offshore access – the OPTS. The system is a multifunctional hydraulic aerial lift for transporting both people and materials in a safe, quick, and efficient way. Technically, the OPTS is compensated on various axes to absorb waves. It can lift up to six people at once and goods weighing up to 2,000 kg. This combination distinguishes the OPTS from any other systems and methods available on the market. Palfinger expects this demand to continue to rise in the coming years due to increased public infrastructure developments – especially in the offshore wind industry – and decomissioning activities in the offshore oil and gas sector. “These developments are key drivers for the global transition to renewable energy”, says PALFINGER CEO Andreas Klauser. “With the acquisition of Lift2Work’s OPTS technology, we are eager to support this transition, always bearing in mind Palfinger’s own sustainability values”, Klauser adds. Furthermore, the OPTS will bring new cross-selling opportunities and thus ultimately strengthen Palfinger's market position as a complete solution provider in the marine and offshore industry.
Palfinger: weekly performance: 0.93%

Atrium Real Estate: Atrium European Real Estate, owner and operator of shopping centres and residential for rent properties in Central Europe, announced that it has signed its first two residential transactions, totalling around 650 residential units, located in Warsaw and Krakow in Poland, for Euro 53 mn in aggregate. Atrium will invest further into the properties in order to achieve the highest sustainability standards and a Breeam certification. Both transactions are expected to be completed no later than the first half of 2022, with all apartments operational by the end of 2022. The acquisitions form part of the diversification strategy which targets the creation of a portfolio of approximately 5,000 residential for rent units by the end of 2025.
Atrium: weekly performance: -1.44%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (06/10/2021)


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21st Austria weekly - Wienerberger, Palfinger, Atrium Real Estate (06/10/2021)


10.10.2021


Wienerberger: Wienerberger announced its acquisition of Struxura in Belgium. With the take-over of Struxura BV, a producer of prefabricated wall panels, Wienerberger continues to consistently and successfully pursue its sustainable development into a full-range system provider while, at the same time, offering its customers enhanced convenience in line with the Group's ambitious ESG targets. Struxura employs a total workforce of 25 employees at two locations and generates revenues of approx. Euro 8 mn.
Wienerberger: weekly performance: 1.43%

Palfinger: Palfinger’s marine business has acquired the Offshore Passenger Transfer System (OPTS) technology by Lift2Work. The Rotterdam-based company was set up with extensive knowledge and experience in the maritime offshore sector with the aim to develop a mode of smooth and seamless transportation from vessels to offshore platforms. In line with Palfinger’s vision of shaping the future of its customers’ lifting solutions, Lift2Work introduced a new way of offshore access – the OPTS. The system is a multifunctional hydraulic aerial lift for transporting both people and materials in a safe, quick, and efficient way. Technically, the OPTS is compensated on various axes to absorb waves. It can lift up to six people at once and goods weighing up to 2,000 kg. This combination distinguishes the OPTS from any other systems and methods available on the market. Palfinger expects this demand to continue to rise in the coming years due to increased public infrastructure developments – especially in the offshore wind industry – and decomissioning activities in the offshore oil and gas sector. “These developments are key drivers for the global transition to renewable energy”, says PALFINGER CEO Andreas Klauser. “With the acquisition of Lift2Work’s OPTS technology, we are eager to support this transition, always bearing in mind Palfinger’s own sustainability values”, Klauser adds. Furthermore, the OPTS will bring new cross-selling opportunities and thus ultimately strengthen Palfinger's market position as a complete solution provider in the marine and offshore industry.
Palfinger: weekly performance: 0.93%

Atrium Real Estate: Atrium European Real Estate, owner and operator of shopping centres and residential for rent properties in Central Europe, announced that it has signed its first two residential transactions, totalling around 650 residential units, located in Warsaw and Krakow in Poland, for Euro 53 mn in aggregate. Atrium will invest further into the properties in order to achieve the highest sustainability standards and a Breeam certification. Both transactions are expected to be completed no later than the first half of 2022, with all apartments operational by the end of 2022. The acquisitions form part of the diversification strategy which targets the creation of a portfolio of approximately 5,000 residential for rent units by the end of 2025.
Atrium: weekly performance: -1.44%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (06/10/2021)


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