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21st Austria weekly - FACC, voestalpine, Semperit, Mayr-Melnhof, (08/11/2023)

12.11.2023

FACC: The aviation industry is continuing its recovery. In the first nine months of 2023, FACC AG achieved an increase in revenue of 22.5% to EUR 513.9 million compared to the same period of the previous year.  EBIT reached EUR 5.0 million in the first nine months (2022: EUR 4.2 million). The high production rate in the aviation industry is also reflected in FACC's long-term order book, which recorded significant growth with a volume of USD 5.8 billion. According to the comapny, the result for Q3/2023 is impacted by seasonally lower revenues in the summer months, challenges with the procurement of materials along the supply chain, training expenses for new employees and inflation-related cost increases, particularly in the HR area. Group revenue in 2023 is expected to increase by over 12% to 16% compared to 2022. In terms of earnings, management expects a reduced but positive result for the second half of the year compared to the first half.
FACC: weekly performance: 0.33%

voestalpine: After steel an technology group voestalpine achieved record levels of revenue and earnings in the first half of the 2022/23 business year, weaker financial performance indicators were recorded when compared year over year. Specifically, revenue decreased by 8.4% from EUR 9.3 billion to EUR 8.5 billion in the first half of 2023/24. EBITDA fell by 36.7% from EUR 1.4 billion (margin of 15.6%) to EUR 915 million (margin of 10.7%). The Metal Engineering Division was able to increase both revenue and EBITDA, supported by strong performance in the Railway Systems business unit and the Tubulars (seamless tubes) product segment. The other three divisions reported weaker development for the reporting period. Profit from operations (EBIT) fell by 40.9% in the first half of 2023/24, from EUR 898 million (margin of 9.7%) to EUR 531 million (margin of 6.2%).
voestalpine: weekly performance: 1.23%

Semperit: In the first three quarters of 2023, the Semperit Group generated revenues of EUR 547.6 million, which was 7.7% below the previous year’s figure. EBITDA from continued operations amounted to EUR 56.8 million (1-9 2022: EUR 79.8 million), which included one-time effects of around EUR 6.6 million from the transaction costs for the acquisition of the Rico Group, from profits recognised in advance in the purchase price allocation and from one-time severance payments for changes to the Executive Board and for reductions in headcount. At EUR 15.7 million, earnings after tax from continued operations were positive, while earnings from the discontinued and now sold Sempermed segment developed negatively, as expected. Total earnings after tax thus amounted to EUR -26.8 million (1-9 2022: EUR -34.6 million). “Our business in the first three quarters was characterised by increasingly strong economic headwinds, in which we held our ground solidly and countered with measures to reduce costs and increase efficiency. At the same time, we successfully realised our transformation into an industrial rubber and elastomers specialist with the disposal of the medical business and took an important step towards growth with the acquisition of the Rico Group. In addition, our new, streamlined organisation with two powerful divisions enables us to optimally scale our business for further profitable growth,” says Semperit CEO Karl Haider.
Semperit: weekly performance: -6.61%

Mayr-Melnhof Karton AG (MM): MM reported results for the first three quarters of 2023. As expected, business development in the 3^rd quarter continued at a similar level as in the previous quarter. Due to further market and capex-related downtime in the division MM Board & Paper as well as heterogeneous demand in the sales markets of MM Packaging and increasing price pressure, consolidated sales amounted to EUR 1,015.1 million after EUR 1,059.3 million in the 2^nd quarter of 2023 and EUR 1,231.9 million in the 3^rd quarter of the previous year. Profit for the period amounted to EUR 27.9 million (2Q 2023: EUR 28.4 million; 3Q 2022: EUR 109.4 million). “Due to our continuous efforts to expand our competitiveness and quality leadership as well as the recent strategic investments in our plants and sustainable, innovative packaging products, MM is very well positioned to manage the current difficult market situation and to create long-term added value for our customers and shareholders.”, underlines CEO Peter Oswald.
Mayr-Melnhof: weekly performance: 1.37%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (08/11/2023)


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FACC: The aviation industry is continuing its recovery. In the first nine months of 2023, FACC AG achieved an increase in revenue of 22.5% to EUR 513.9 million compared to the same period of the previous year.  EBIT reached EUR 5.0 million in the first nine months (2022: EUR 4.2 million). The high production rate in the aviation industry is also reflected in FACC's long-term order book, which recorded significant growth with a volume of USD 5.8 billion. According to the comapny, the result for Q3/2023 is impacted by seasonally lower revenues in the summer months, challenges with the procurement of materials along the supply chain, training expenses for new employees and inflation-related cost increases, particularly in the HR area. Group revenue in 2023 is expected to increase by over 12% to 16% compared to 2022. In terms of earnings, management expects a reduced but positive result for the second half of the year compared to the first half.
FACC: weekly performance: 0.33%

voestalpine: After steel an technology group voestalpine achieved record levels of revenue and earnings in the first half of the 2022/23 business year, weaker financial performance indicators were recorded when compared year over year. Specifically, revenue decreased by 8.4% from EUR 9.3 billion to EUR 8.5 billion in the first half of 2023/24. EBITDA fell by 36.7% from EUR 1.4 billion (margin of 15.6%) to EUR 915 million (margin of 10.7%). The Metal Engineering Division was able to increase both revenue and EBITDA, supported by strong performance in the Railway Systems business unit and the Tubulars (seamless tubes) product segment. The other three divisions reported weaker development for the reporting period. Profit from operations (EBIT) fell by 40.9% in the first half of 2023/24, from EUR 898 million (margin of 9.7%) to EUR 531 million (margin of 6.2%).
voestalpine: weekly performance: 1.23%

Semperit: In the first three quarters of 2023, the Semperit Group generated revenues of EUR 547.6 million, which was 7.7% below the previous year’s figure. EBITDA from continued operations amounted to EUR 56.8 million (1-9 2022: EUR 79.8 million), which included one-time effects of around EUR 6.6 million from the transaction costs for the acquisition of the Rico Group, from profits recognised in advance in the purchase price allocation and from one-time severance payments for changes to the Executive Board and for reductions in headcount. At EUR 15.7 million, earnings after tax from continued operations were positive, while earnings from the discontinued and now sold Sempermed segment developed negatively, as expected. Total earnings after tax thus amounted to EUR -26.8 million (1-9 2022: EUR -34.6 million). “Our business in the first three quarters was characterised by increasingly strong economic headwinds, in which we held our ground solidly and countered with measures to reduce costs and increase efficiency. At the same time, we successfully realised our transformation into an industrial rubber and elastomers specialist with the disposal of the medical business and took an important step towards growth with the acquisition of the Rico Group. In addition, our new, streamlined organisation with two powerful divisions enables us to optimally scale our business for further profitable growth,” says Semperit CEO Karl Haider.
Semperit: weekly performance: -6.61%

Mayr-Melnhof Karton AG (MM): MM reported results for the first three quarters of 2023. As expected, business development in the 3^rd quarter continued at a similar level as in the previous quarter. Due to further market and capex-related downtime in the division MM Board & Paper as well as heterogeneous demand in the sales markets of MM Packaging and increasing price pressure, consolidated sales amounted to EUR 1,015.1 million after EUR 1,059.3 million in the 2^nd quarter of 2023 and EUR 1,231.9 million in the 3^rd quarter of the previous year. Profit for the period amounted to EUR 27.9 million (2Q 2023: EUR 28.4 million; 3Q 2022: EUR 109.4 million). “Due to our continuous efforts to expand our competitiveness and quality leadership as well as the recent strategic investments in our plants and sustainable, innovative packaging products, MM is very well positioned to manage the current difficult market situation and to create long-term added value for our customers and shareholders.”, underlines CEO Peter Oswald.
Mayr-Melnhof: weekly performance: 1.37%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (08/11/2023)



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