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21st Austria weekly - Strabag, Wolftank, Agrana, Verbund, Wienerberger, Addiko, Polytec (11/05/2023)

14.05.2023

Strabag: The Management Board of construction group Strabag will propose a set of capital measures to the Annual General Meeting to reduce the shares held by MKAO Rasperia    Trading Limited from the current 27.8% to below 25% (blocking minority).    Rasperia is controlled by Oleg Deripaska, who has been on the EU sanctions    list since 8 April 2022. The shares of Rasperia are currently frozen as a    result.     “We must do everything we can to reduce the disadvantages and risks    arising from Rasperia’s shareholding and strictly prevent any influence.    This is the best way to protect the company’s interests,” explains CEO    Klemens Haselsteiner. “Following the decisive measures taken since March    2022, this is now the next important step on this path. These new measures    also serve as a clear signal to our clients and stakeholders,”    Haselsteiner says.
Strabag: weekly performance: -1.11%

Wolftank: The business of Wolftank Group, specializing in technologies for energy and environmental solutions, picked up speed in 2022. The successful buy and build strategy that the company has been pursuing since 2014 resulted in revenues of EUR 62.7 million in 2022 (2021: EUR 44.6 million), an increase of around 40%. Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) tripled to EUR 3.6 million (2021: EUR 1.2 million). "Our increasing sales not only support our own growth, but also reduce global greenhouse gas emissions. Every gram of CO[2] we emit as a result of our operations saves more than 10 grams of CO[2] globally. We are also in pole position to gain a significant market share in the growing hydrogen and renewable energy infrastructure needs in the coming years", says CEO Peter Werth.
Wolftank-Adisa: weekly performance: -8.01%

Agrana: This year, the fruit, starch and sugar group Agrana is starting with the construction of an additional drum drying plant at the site of its potato starch mill in Gmünd (Waldviertel District of Lower Austria). With an investment volume of € 23 million, Agrana aims to boost the production of technical special starches for the construction and adhesive sectors.
Agrana: weekly performance: 1.15%

Verbund: Utility company Verbund saw an improvement in the results posted for quarter 1/2023. EBITDA climbed by 18.7% year-on-year to €967.3m. The reported Group result rose by 2.8% to €529.0m. At 0.93, the hydro coefficient for the run-of-river power plants was 1 percentage point below the prior-year figure and 7 percentage points lower than the long-term average. By contrast, generation from annual storage power plants rose by 13.5% in quarter 1/2023 compared with the prior-year reporting period. Generation from hydropower plants thus increased by 121 GWh to 6,089 GWh. The sharp rise in wholesale electricity prices on the futures markets that were relevant for the reporting period gave earnings a considerable boost. Prices on the spot markets declined in quarter 1/2023. Consequently, the average sales price obtained for our own generation from hydropower rose by €88.9/MWh to €202.8/MWh.
Verbund: weekly performance: -3.43%

Wienerberger: The first quarter of Wienerberger Group was characterized by challenging macroeconomic conditions. With partly strong declines in the end markets, Wienerberger achieved stable first quarter revenues at Group level of € 1,052 million (Q1 2022: € 1,157 million) and generated a strong EBITDA of € 206.3 million (Q1 2022: € 228.3 million). The company once again succeeded in growing against declining end markets due to the positive development and outperformance of its end markets. Wienerberger’s ability to master such economic challenges is attributable to its transformation into a provider of innovative and sustainable system solutions for ecological new build and renovation as well as water management. The company is determined to consistently maintain its focus on these areas and again outperform its end markets in the future.
Wienerberger: weekly performance: -1.07%

Addiko: Addiko Group, a Consumer and SME specialist bank active across Central and South-Eastern Europe (CSEE), achieved a profit after tax of €9.7 million in the first quarter 2023 driven by solid business development and focused cost management. Net interest income rose significantly by 26.5% to €52.2m (1Q22: €41.3m) with improved NIM at 3.55% (1Q22: 2.87%). The net fee and commission income decreased by 8.3% YoY to €15.6m (1Q22: €17.0m) mainly driven by lost income from FX/DCC in Croatia following the introduction of the Euro on 1 January 2023. Credit loss expenses stood at €4.5m or 0.13% Cost of Risk (1Q22: €1.2m). 
Addiko Bank: weekly performance: -2.30%

Polytec: Polytec Group, leading developer and manu­facturer of high-quality plastic components, reported consolidated sales revenues for the first three months of 167.8 million (+ 12.8%). Group EBIT in the first quarter 2023 totalled EUR 0.2 million (Q1 2022: EUR 2.9 million). As opposed to the same period of 2022, the EBIT margin was 1.8 percentage points lower, coming from 1.9% to 0.1%. Subject to the assumption that a slight market recovery, a normalisation of call-off volatility, several new product launches and a stabilisation of the supply chains all occur, in the 2023 financial year the Polytec Group management anticipates consolidated sales revenues in the range of EUR 650 million to EUR 700 million.
Polytec Group: weekly performance: -0.43%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (11/05/2023)


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Strabag: The Management Board of construction group Strabag will propose a set of capital measures to the Annual General Meeting to reduce the shares held by MKAO Rasperia    Trading Limited from the current 27.8% to below 25% (blocking minority).    Rasperia is controlled by Oleg Deripaska, who has been on the EU sanctions    list since 8 April 2022. The shares of Rasperia are currently frozen as a    result.     “We must do everything we can to reduce the disadvantages and risks    arising from Rasperia’s shareholding and strictly prevent any influence.    This is the best way to protect the company’s interests,” explains CEO    Klemens Haselsteiner. “Following the decisive measures taken since March    2022, this is now the next important step on this path. These new measures    also serve as a clear signal to our clients and stakeholders,”    Haselsteiner says.
Strabag: weekly performance: -1.11%

Wolftank: The business of Wolftank Group, specializing in technologies for energy and environmental solutions, picked up speed in 2022. The successful buy and build strategy that the company has been pursuing since 2014 resulted in revenues of EUR 62.7 million in 2022 (2021: EUR 44.6 million), an increase of around 40%. Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) tripled to EUR 3.6 million (2021: EUR 1.2 million). "Our increasing sales not only support our own growth, but also reduce global greenhouse gas emissions. Every gram of CO[2] we emit as a result of our operations saves more than 10 grams of CO[2] globally. We are also in pole position to gain a significant market share in the growing hydrogen and renewable energy infrastructure needs in the coming years", says CEO Peter Werth.
Wolftank-Adisa: weekly performance: -8.01%

Agrana: This year, the fruit, starch and sugar group Agrana is starting with the construction of an additional drum drying plant at the site of its potato starch mill in Gmünd (Waldviertel District of Lower Austria). With an investment volume of € 23 million, Agrana aims to boost the production of technical special starches for the construction and adhesive sectors.
Agrana: weekly performance: 1.15%

Verbund: Utility company Verbund saw an improvement in the results posted for quarter 1/2023. EBITDA climbed by 18.7% year-on-year to €967.3m. The reported Group result rose by 2.8% to €529.0m. At 0.93, the hydro coefficient for the run-of-river power plants was 1 percentage point below the prior-year figure and 7 percentage points lower than the long-term average. By contrast, generation from annual storage power plants rose by 13.5% in quarter 1/2023 compared with the prior-year reporting period. Generation from hydropower plants thus increased by 121 GWh to 6,089 GWh. The sharp rise in wholesale electricity prices on the futures markets that were relevant for the reporting period gave earnings a considerable boost. Prices on the spot markets declined in quarter 1/2023. Consequently, the average sales price obtained for our own generation from hydropower rose by €88.9/MWh to €202.8/MWh.
Verbund: weekly performance: -3.43%

Wienerberger: The first quarter of Wienerberger Group was characterized by challenging macroeconomic conditions. With partly strong declines in the end markets, Wienerberger achieved stable first quarter revenues at Group level of € 1,052 million (Q1 2022: € 1,157 million) and generated a strong EBITDA of € 206.3 million (Q1 2022: € 228.3 million). The company once again succeeded in growing against declining end markets due to the positive development and outperformance of its end markets. Wienerberger’s ability to master such economic challenges is attributable to its transformation into a provider of innovative and sustainable system solutions for ecological new build and renovation as well as water management. The company is determined to consistently maintain its focus on these areas and again outperform its end markets in the future.
Wienerberger: weekly performance: -1.07%

Addiko: Addiko Group, a Consumer and SME specialist bank active across Central and South-Eastern Europe (CSEE), achieved a profit after tax of €9.7 million in the first quarter 2023 driven by solid business development and focused cost management. Net interest income rose significantly by 26.5% to €52.2m (1Q22: €41.3m) with improved NIM at 3.55% (1Q22: 2.87%). The net fee and commission income decreased by 8.3% YoY to €15.6m (1Q22: €17.0m) mainly driven by lost income from FX/DCC in Croatia following the introduction of the Euro on 1 January 2023. Credit loss expenses stood at €4.5m or 0.13% Cost of Risk (1Q22: €1.2m). 
Addiko Bank: weekly performance: -2.30%

Polytec: Polytec Group, leading developer and manu­facturer of high-quality plastic components, reported consolidated sales revenues for the first three months of 167.8 million (+ 12.8%). Group EBIT in the first quarter 2023 totalled EUR 0.2 million (Q1 2022: EUR 2.9 million). As opposed to the same period of 2022, the EBIT margin was 1.8 percentage points lower, coming from 1.9% to 0.1%. Subject to the assumption that a slight market recovery, a normalisation of call-off volatility, several new product launches and a stabilisation of the supply chains all occur, in the 2023 financial year the Polytec Group management anticipates consolidated sales revenues in the range of EUR 650 million to EUR 700 million.
Polytec Group: weekly performance: -0.43%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (11/05/2023)



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