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21st Austria weekly - S&T, Strabag, Andritz, Austrian Post (22/01/2021)

24.01.2021

S&T: Stock listetd IT company S&T AG has acquired 100% of the Linz-based company HC Solutions GmbH (HCS) through its wholly-owned subsidiary Kontron Technologies GmbH (KTEC). annes Niederhauser, CEO S&T AG: "The acquisition of HC Solutions strengthens our software engineering team in Linz so that we can broaden our customer base and serve our existing customers even better. I am pleased that we are also starting this year with an acquisition that will help us achieve our strategic goals." HCS revenue amounts to approx. Euro 7 million for the financial year 2020, with slight losses and negative equity. A fixed purchase price of Euro 0.7 million was agreed.
S&T: weekly performance: 13.15%

Strabag: The joint venture A 1 Lohne Bramsche kicked off the new year with the acquisition of a large project in transportation infrastructures. The Federal Republic of Germany commissioned a joint venture consisting of construction group Strabag AG (50 %) and Johann Bunte Bauunternehmung GmbH & Co. KG (50 %) with the widening of the A1 motorway in Lower Saxony over a distance of around 29.5 km under a so-called function-based construction contract (FBV). The section, located between the Lohne/Dinklage exit and Bramsche exit, will be widened from two to three lanes in each direction. The approx. € 600 million contract also includes structural maintenance over a period of 30 years.
Strabag: weekly performance: 0.69%

Andritz: International technology Group Andritz has received an order to supply a neXline spunlace eXcelle line to Minet S.A, based in Ramnicu Valcéa, Romania, for processing various fibers from 25 to 70 gsm to produce a wide range of hygiene products. Start-up is expected during the second quarter of 2022. The production capacity of the line, which will be the first of its kind in Romania, will be 10,000 tons a year, while the operating speed will be up to 250 m/min and the maximum output at the carding outlet around 1,500 kg/h.
Andritz: weekly performance: 5.49%

Austrian Post: According to Austrian Post, the whole 2020 as well as the recently concluded fourth quarter presented a major challenge for Austrian Post. The development of the letter, direct mail and parcel businesses varied considerably in 2020. The volume flows of letter and direct mail items were strongly reduced as a result of the pandemic. The volume of addressed letter mail fell by 7 % year-on-year, compared to a 5 % decrease in media post. The decline even reached a level of 12 % for direct mail items, due to the substantial impact of the lockdown measures in many sectors. In contrast, parcel volumes showed a positive development of +30 % in Austria, +27 % in the CEE region and +47 % in Turkey. In particular, the company succeeded in handling the enormous parcel volumes in the fourth quarter of 2020 while, at the same time, maintaining high quality in delivery. According to preliminary figures, Group revenue of Austrian Post increased by 8.3 % in 2020 to Euro 2,189 mn. The Turkish company Aras Kargo, fully consolidated since 25 August 2020, also contributed to growth with revenue of about Euro 100 mn. In line with this revenue development, earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) are expected to be in the range of Euro 160 mn, compared to Euro 201 mn in 2019. The EBIT decline in the Mail and Retail & Bank Divisions are in contrast to a significant earnings improvement achieved by the Parcel & Logistics Division.
Österreichische Post: weekly performance: 8.40%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (22/01/2021)


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21st Austria weekly - S&T, Strabag, Andritz, Austrian Post (22/01/2021)


24.01.2021


S&T: Stock listetd IT company S&T AG has acquired 100% of the Linz-based company HC Solutions GmbH (HCS) through its wholly-owned subsidiary Kontron Technologies GmbH (KTEC). annes Niederhauser, CEO S&T AG: "The acquisition of HC Solutions strengthens our software engineering team in Linz so that we can broaden our customer base and serve our existing customers even better. I am pleased that we are also starting this year with an acquisition that will help us achieve our strategic goals." HCS revenue amounts to approx. Euro 7 million for the financial year 2020, with slight losses and negative equity. A fixed purchase price of Euro 0.7 million was agreed.
S&T: weekly performance: 13.15%

Strabag: The joint venture A 1 Lohne Bramsche kicked off the new year with the acquisition of a large project in transportation infrastructures. The Federal Republic of Germany commissioned a joint venture consisting of construction group Strabag AG (50 %) and Johann Bunte Bauunternehmung GmbH & Co. KG (50 %) with the widening of the A1 motorway in Lower Saxony over a distance of around 29.5 km under a so-called function-based construction contract (FBV). The section, located between the Lohne/Dinklage exit and Bramsche exit, will be widened from two to three lanes in each direction. The approx. € 600 million contract also includes structural maintenance over a period of 30 years.
Strabag: weekly performance: 0.69%

Andritz: International technology Group Andritz has received an order to supply a neXline spunlace eXcelle line to Minet S.A, based in Ramnicu Valcéa, Romania, for processing various fibers from 25 to 70 gsm to produce a wide range of hygiene products. Start-up is expected during the second quarter of 2022. The production capacity of the line, which will be the first of its kind in Romania, will be 10,000 tons a year, while the operating speed will be up to 250 m/min and the maximum output at the carding outlet around 1,500 kg/h.
Andritz: weekly performance: 5.49%

Austrian Post: According to Austrian Post, the whole 2020 as well as the recently concluded fourth quarter presented a major challenge for Austrian Post. The development of the letter, direct mail and parcel businesses varied considerably in 2020. The volume flows of letter and direct mail items were strongly reduced as a result of the pandemic. The volume of addressed letter mail fell by 7 % year-on-year, compared to a 5 % decrease in media post. The decline even reached a level of 12 % for direct mail items, due to the substantial impact of the lockdown measures in many sectors. In contrast, parcel volumes showed a positive development of +30 % in Austria, +27 % in the CEE region and +47 % in Turkey. In particular, the company succeeded in handling the enormous parcel volumes in the fourth quarter of 2020 while, at the same time, maintaining high quality in delivery. According to preliminary figures, Group revenue of Austrian Post increased by 8.3 % in 2020 to Euro 2,189 mn. The Turkish company Aras Kargo, fully consolidated since 25 August 2020, also contributed to growth with revenue of about Euro 100 mn. In line with this revenue development, earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) are expected to be in the range of Euro 160 mn, compared to Euro 201 mn in 2019. The EBIT decline in the Mail and Retail & Bank Divisions are in contrast to a significant earnings improvement achieved by the Parcel & Logistics Division.
Österreichische Post: weekly performance: 8.40%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (22/01/2021)




 

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