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21st Austria weekly - DO & CO, Vienna Airport, Strabag (16/11/2023)

19.11.2023

DO & CO: Catering company DO & CO benefited from increased demand in all divisions (Airline, Events, Restaurants) and, with sales of € 880.11m (PY: € 667.16m) achieved the strongest half year in terms of revenue in the Company’s history. This constitutes an increase in revenue of 31.9% or € 212.95m as compared to the same period of the previous year. The EBITDA of the DO & CO Group was € 95.85m (PY: € 67.48m) in the first half year of the business year 2023/2024. The net result more than doubled from 14.04m in the previous year to € 35.48m. All business divisions are experiencing continued high demand, the company stated in its outlook, and emphasizes: "Due to strategic investments as well as passionate employees exceptionally committed to service, DO & CO is well prepared for further growth. In addition, measures are continuously taken to further improve margins in all business divisions."
DO&CO: weekly performance: 6.03%

Vienna Airport: In Q1-3/2023, the Flughafen Wien Group (Vienna Airport) generated revenue of € 699.4 million, comprising a year-on-year increase of 37.7%. This upward revenue development was mainly driven by the significant growth in passenger volumes, higher passenger and aircraft-related income combined with improved Center & Hospitality Management and parking fees. EBITDA rose to € 332.2 million from the previous year whereas EBIT climbed to € 234.9 million. The net profit for the period before non-controlling interests climbed to € 173.3 million in Q1-3/2023. The cash flow from operating activities showed a substantial increase to € 286.1 million (Q1-3/2022: € 234.6 million). With 22.5 million passengers in the period January to September 2023, total passenger volume was at 93.9% of the record year 2019.
Flughafen Wien: weekly performance: -2.92%

Strabag: Construction group Strabag SE generated an output volume of € 13.6 billion in the first nine months of 2023, which corresponds to an increase of 8% compared to the same period of the previous year. The largest output growth was recorded in the home markets of Germany and Austria, followed by Romania, Poland and the United Kingdom, where the Group is currently working on the two largest projects on the order books. By contrast, output fell in the Czech Republic, Sweden and Denmark. As at 30 September 2023, the order backlog had increased to € 24.4 billion, up 4% from the same date in the previous year. “In view of the continued growth of the order backlog and the significant increase in output in the first nine months, we are raising our output forecast for 2023 from € 18.6 billion to around € 18.9 billion,” explains CEO Klemens Haselsteiner.
Strabag: weekly performance: 1.79%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (16/11/2023)


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DO & CO: Catering company DO & CO benefited from increased demand in all divisions (Airline, Events, Restaurants) and, with sales of € 880.11m (PY: € 667.16m) achieved the strongest half year in terms of revenue in the Company’s history. This constitutes an increase in revenue of 31.9% or € 212.95m as compared to the same period of the previous year. The EBITDA of the DO & CO Group was € 95.85m (PY: € 67.48m) in the first half year of the business year 2023/2024. The net result more than doubled from 14.04m in the previous year to € 35.48m. All business divisions are experiencing continued high demand, the company stated in its outlook, and emphasizes: "Due to strategic investments as well as passionate employees exceptionally committed to service, DO & CO is well prepared for further growth. In addition, measures are continuously taken to further improve margins in all business divisions."
DO&CO: weekly performance: 6.03%

Vienna Airport: In Q1-3/2023, the Flughafen Wien Group (Vienna Airport) generated revenue of € 699.4 million, comprising a year-on-year increase of 37.7%. This upward revenue development was mainly driven by the significant growth in passenger volumes, higher passenger and aircraft-related income combined with improved Center & Hospitality Management and parking fees. EBITDA rose to € 332.2 million from the previous year whereas EBIT climbed to € 234.9 million. The net profit for the period before non-controlling interests climbed to € 173.3 million in Q1-3/2023. The cash flow from operating activities showed a substantial increase to € 286.1 million (Q1-3/2022: € 234.6 million). With 22.5 million passengers in the period January to September 2023, total passenger volume was at 93.9% of the record year 2019.
Flughafen Wien: weekly performance: -2.92%

Strabag: Construction group Strabag SE generated an output volume of € 13.6 billion in the first nine months of 2023, which corresponds to an increase of 8% compared to the same period of the previous year. The largest output growth was recorded in the home markets of Germany and Austria, followed by Romania, Poland and the United Kingdom, where the Group is currently working on the two largest projects on the order books. By contrast, output fell in the Czech Republic, Sweden and Denmark. As at 30 September 2023, the order backlog had increased to € 24.4 billion, up 4% from the same date in the previous year. “In view of the continued growth of the order backlog and the significant increase in output in the first nine months, we are raising our output forecast for 2023 from € 18.6 billion to around € 18.9 billion,” explains CEO Klemens Haselsteiner.
Strabag: weekly performance: 1.79%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (16/11/2023)



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