JD Neuhaus

Bauer AG remains on Course after the third Quarter

  • Total Group revenues rose by 22.0% to EUR 1,398.1 million; sales revenues increased by 27.5% to EUR 1,265.6 million
  • Total Group revenues rose by 22.0% to EUR 1,398.1 million; sales revenues increased by 27.5% to EUR 1,265.6 million
  • EBIT improved to EUR 48.9 million (previous year: EUR 38.0 million) and earnings after tax to EUR 6.9 million (previous year: EUR -4.0 million)
  • Order backlog with EUR 977.3 million at high level (previous year: EUR 1,019.0 million)
  • Forecast for 2017 confirmed

Bauer AG has started to turn its Business Operations around in 2016

  • Total Group revenues are EUR 1,586.1 million (previous year: EUR 1,656.4 million); sales revenues are up by 1.3 % to EUR 1,396.9 million (previous year: EUR 1,379.0 million)
  • Earnings after tax at EUR 14.4 million (previous year: EUR 29.0 million) are towards the top of the latest forecast range of about EUR 10 to 15 million
  • Order backlog is at a high level: growth of 1.3 % to EUR 1,008.1 million
  • Proposed dividend for 2016: EUR 0.10 per share
  • Forecast for 2017: Group expects total Group revenues of around EUR 1.7 billion, earnings after tax of around EUR 23 to 28 million and EBIT of around EUR 75 million.

Orica 2015 full Year financial Results: Laying the Foundation for long term Performance

Orica (ASX: ORI) announced statutory net profit after tax (NPAT) for the year ended 30 September 2015 of a loss of $1,267 million. This included a non-cash impairment charge of $1,692 million (after tax) on the carrying value of the Ground Support business, ammonium nitrate (AN) assets and various other assets across the Company in light of the challenging market conditions and the oversupplied AN market. These were previously flagged by the Company on 7 August 2015.


Capital Markets Day: “Deep Value”: K+S Group with attractive Prospects

K+S presents the management agenda for the coming years at its Capital Markets Day today. Norbert Steiner, Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors at K+S, stresses: "We have created the basis for a prosperous future of K+S. Our Legacy Project in Canada in conjunction with our sustained cost reduction efforts and the successful implementation of our ‘Salt 2020’ strategy ensures that we are well positioned to generate sustainable value for our shareholders." Addressing Canada-based PotashCorp’s abandoned takeover proposal, Steiner remarks: "K+S’s entire Board of Executive Directors is aware that we have to ‘deliver’ – and that is what we will do!"


Hexagon Mining introduces the MineSight Planner Reconciliation Utility


Reconcile material mined within a solid for multiple block models with the MineSight Planner Reconciliation Utility, released by Hexagon Mining. Now integrated with MineSight Planner, the tool enables operational planning staff to quickly and easily perform reconciliation reserves on digblock or progress polygons within a solid and against multiple block models (for example, grade control and resource models). It is usually used for end-of-month reconciliation reports to compare the mined forecast vs. what was actually mined. These results can also be compared with routed tonnes from the fleet management system using HxM Athena, to be released in November.


Sika AG: Growth in all Regions and Above-average Rise in Net Profit

Significant volume increases and gains in market share were achieved in all regions despite a very strong prior-year period (sales growth of 18.1%). At constant exchange rates, sales rose by 5.6% to CHF 2.625 billion. The strong Swiss franc produced negative currency effects of 6.8%, leading to a sales result of -1.2%. The strength of the Swiss franc was more than compensated by volume growth, ongoing efficiency improvements and lower commodity prices which lead to margins increasing by an above-average amount. Operating profit rose by 8.3% to CHF 288.6 million (previous year: CHF 266.4 million) while net profit increased by 11.1% to CHF 197.3 million (previous year: CHF 177.6 million).


ThyssenKrupp achieved Operating Targets and raised its Forecast

The industrial and technology group ThyssenKrupp achieved its operating targets in the 2nd quarter and in the 1st half of fiscal year 2014/2015 and has specified and raised its forecast for the full year. Sales, adjusted EBIT and free cash flow in the reporting period increased in part significantly. “Our measures to improve efficiency are working and we are moving forward with the transformation of the Group. The further earnings improvement reflects our stronger performance focus,” says ThyssenKrupp CEO Dr. Heinrich Hiesinger.


Bilfinger: Negative Earnings in first Quarter

he first three months of financial year 2015 were disappointing for Bilfinger. Preliminary figures show that adjusted EBITA amounted to minus €8 million (previous year: €47 million). Adjusted net profit from continuing operations of minus €15 million was also well below the prior-year figure (€26 million). Output volume amounted to €1,763 million (previous year: €1,715 million).


Bauer AG increases total Group Revenues and achieves Earnings Targets

  • Total Group revenues increased by 3.7 percent to EUR 1,560.2 million.
  • Net profit for the period increased to EUR 15.7 million (previous year: EUR -19.4 million).
  • Orders in hand are at a pleasing level with EUR 762.7 million (previous year: 765.2 million).
  • Dividend proposal for 2014: EUR 0.15 per share
  • Forecast for 2015: the Group is expecting total Group revenues of about EUR 1.6 billion, profit after tax of about EUR 18 to 23 million and EBIT of about EUR 75 million.

Tata Steel signs Contracts to supply Pipes to Subsea 7

Tata Steel has signed a series of contracts with Subsea 7 - one of the world's leading contractors in engineering, construction and subsea services to the offshore industry - to supply undersea pipes to four separate North Sea projects. The four contracts, signed over the past year and worth an estimated £10 million in total, will see Tata Steel supply in excess of 55km of pipe weighing more than 9,000 tonnes.


Bilfinger: Adjustment of 2014 Forecast and upcoming Change in Executive Board Chairmanship

The Executive Board of Bilfinger SE has decided today to reduce the forecast for financial year 2014 published on June 30, 2014. With an anticipated output volume of approximately €7.8 billion, the company now expects an adjusted EBITA in the magnitude of €340 to €360 million, a reduction of €40 million. Accordingly, adjusted net profit is now expected to be between €205 million and €220 million, a reduction of €25 million.

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