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21st Austria weekly - Polytec, Lenzing, voestalpine (08/08/2019)

11.08.2019

Polytec: In the first half of 2019, consolidated sales of Polytec Group, a developer and manufacturer of high-quality plastic parts, declined by 2.5% to Euro 320.6 mn. EBITDA amounted to Euro 33.2 mn. At 10.4%, the EBITDA margin was down by 0.3 percentage points on the 10.7% of the previous year. In the months from January to June 2019, Group EBIT stood at Euro 16.1 mn. As compared to the same period of 2018, the EBIT margin fell by 2.0 percentage points to 5.0%. The group net profit totalled Euro 10.4 mn, which corresponded with earnings per share of Euro 0.46. From a current perspective, the companies executive management continues to anticipate that group sales revenues and EBIT (operating result before interest and taxes) in the 2019 financial year will emulate those of 2018. The fulfilment of this outlook will depend largely upon successful negotiations concerning outstanding claims against customers, which have been and will continue to be caused primarily by the sales losses relating to the WLTP. However, measures introduced for capacity and cost structure adjustments permit the expectation of an improvement in the earnings level in the second half-year.>
Polytec: weekly performance: 0.00%

Lenzing: Revenue of the fibers producer Lenzing Group increased by 1.2 percent in the first half of 2019 and amounted to Euro 1.09 bn. In addition to more favorable currency relations, this was primarily attributable to a further product mix optimization and higher prices for specialty fibers. The share of specialty fibers in revenue, at 48.4 percent, significantly exceeded the prior-year value of 44.1 percent. EBITDA (earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization) dropped by 7 percent to Euro 181.2 mn. This decline primarily resulted from higher production volumes and currency effects which led to an increase in pulp costs, from an increase in personnel expenses and the market environment for standard viscose. The EBITDA margin declined from 18.1 percent in the first half of 2018 to 16.6 percent in the reporting period. EBIT (earnings before interest and tax) fell by 17.9 percent to EUR 105.6 mn, resulting in a lower EBIT margin of 9.7 percent (H1 2018: 12 percent). Net profit for the period decreased by 15.9 percent from Euro 91.3 mn to Euro 76.8 mn.
Lenzing: weekly performance: 1.18%

voestalpine: At Euro 3.3 bn, voestalpine’s revenue for the first quarter of the business year 2019/20 was 3.8% lower than the revenue of Euro 3.5 bn for the first quarter of the previous business year. All four of the Group’s divisions were confronted with a slight decline in revenue resulting mainly from declining delivery volumes. Aside from the reductions in the sales volume stemming from economic developments as well as the increases in both iron ore prices and CO2 emission certificates, the start-up costs at the Group’s automotive plant in Cartersville, USA, also put downward pressure on earnings in the reporting period. As a result, the EBITDA of the voestalpine Group declined by 27.7% to Euro 371 mn, and the EBITDA margin from 14.8% to 11.1%. EBIT fell year over year by more than half, from Euro 324 mn to Euro 157 mn, the profit after tax for the first quarter of the business year 2019/20 is Euro 90 mn (previous year: Euro 226 mn). At the start of the business year 2019/20, the Management Board of voestalpine AG came to the conclusion that the previous year’s EBITDA would likely be achievable in the current business year too, provided certain assumptions come to pass.
voestalpine: weekly performance: -9.39%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (08/08/2019)


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21st Austria weekly - Polytec, Lenzing, voestalpine (08/08/2019)


11.08.2019


Polytec: In the first half of 2019, consolidated sales of Polytec Group, a developer and manufacturer of high-quality plastic parts, declined by 2.5% to Euro 320.6 mn. EBITDA amounted to Euro 33.2 mn. At 10.4%, the EBITDA margin was down by 0.3 percentage points on the 10.7% of the previous year. In the months from January to June 2019, Group EBIT stood at Euro 16.1 mn. As compared to the same period of 2018, the EBIT margin fell by 2.0 percentage points to 5.0%. The group net profit totalled Euro 10.4 mn, which corresponded with earnings per share of Euro 0.46. From a current perspective, the companies executive management continues to anticipate that group sales revenues and EBIT (operating result before interest and taxes) in the 2019 financial year will emulate those of 2018. The fulfilment of this outlook will depend largely upon successful negotiations concerning outstanding claims against customers, which have been and will continue to be caused primarily by the sales losses relating to the WLTP. However, measures introduced for capacity and cost structure adjustments permit the expectation of an improvement in the earnings level in the second half-year.>
Polytec: weekly performance: 0.00%

Lenzing: Revenue of the fibers producer Lenzing Group increased by 1.2 percent in the first half of 2019 and amounted to Euro 1.09 bn. In addition to more favorable currency relations, this was primarily attributable to a further product mix optimization and higher prices for specialty fibers. The share of specialty fibers in revenue, at 48.4 percent, significantly exceeded the prior-year value of 44.1 percent. EBITDA (earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization) dropped by 7 percent to Euro 181.2 mn. This decline primarily resulted from higher production volumes and currency effects which led to an increase in pulp costs, from an increase in personnel expenses and the market environment for standard viscose. The EBITDA margin declined from 18.1 percent in the first half of 2018 to 16.6 percent in the reporting period. EBIT (earnings before interest and tax) fell by 17.9 percent to EUR 105.6 mn, resulting in a lower EBIT margin of 9.7 percent (H1 2018: 12 percent). Net profit for the period decreased by 15.9 percent from Euro 91.3 mn to Euro 76.8 mn.
Lenzing: weekly performance: 1.18%

voestalpine: At Euro 3.3 bn, voestalpine’s revenue for the first quarter of the business year 2019/20 was 3.8% lower than the revenue of Euro 3.5 bn for the first quarter of the previous business year. All four of the Group’s divisions were confronted with a slight decline in revenue resulting mainly from declining delivery volumes. Aside from the reductions in the sales volume stemming from economic developments as well as the increases in both iron ore prices and CO2 emission certificates, the start-up costs at the Group’s automotive plant in Cartersville, USA, also put downward pressure on earnings in the reporting period. As a result, the EBITDA of the voestalpine Group declined by 27.7% to Euro 371 mn, and the EBITDA margin from 14.8% to 11.1%. EBIT fell year over year by more than half, from Euro 324 mn to Euro 157 mn, the profit after tax for the first quarter of the business year 2019/20 is Euro 90 mn (previous year: Euro 226 mn). At the start of the business year 2019/20, the Management Board of voestalpine AG came to the conclusion that the previous year’s EBITDA would likely be achievable in the current business year too, provided certain assumptions come to pass.
voestalpine: weekly performance: -9.39%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (08/08/2019)




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