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FACC: The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) has granted FACC approval as a maintenance organization according to Part-145. This CAAC certification represents a further milestone for the Austrian aerospace group in its latest "Aftermarket Services" business segment. It joins the long list of certifications the company already holds, which include the European EASA, the FAA of the United States and the Canadian TCCA. FACC is thus taking an important step in the expansion of its global customer base and is offering airlines in the growing Chinese market a comprehensive range of maintenance, repair and modification services. FACC is now authorized to perform maintenance work on components and systems operating under Chinese registration. In Austria, there is only one other company besides FACC that has been awarded CAAC Part-145 approval. Futher, FACC adjustes its forecast for the short fiscal year 2019 For the 2019 financial year (short financial year), management currently assumes sales of Euro 668 mn (previously Euro 600 min) and a profit margin (EBIT) in a range from 5.2 % to 5.7 % (previously approximately 6%). The medium-term growth and earnings targets remain unchanged, albeit depending on the market development - significant rate increases on growth projects have been completed. In the coming periods, FACC will focus on a sustainable increase in profitability through an efficiency improvement program of up to Euro 50 mn. There are plans to streamline the supply chain through increased vertical integration - such as the insourcing of the production of strategic component groups - as well as a group-wide optimization of business processes.
FACC: weekly performance: 3.41%

S Immo: Austrian based real estate company S Immo AG was able to increase its capital successfully. A total of 6,691,717 new shares will be issued. The issue was multiple times oversubscribed and were placed at Euro 22.25 – thanks to the strong demand – without a discount to closing price as of 15 January 2020. CEO Ernst Vejdovszky commented: “With this capital increase we were able to secure the funding for further profitable growth – through attractive acquisitions and exciting projects. The extraordinary demand shows, that investors appreciate our profitable business model, and confirms once more our strong standing on the capital market.”
S Immo: weekly performance: 0.68%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (16/01/2020)



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