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Palfinger: Austrian based crane specialist Palfinger has officially been commissioned to deliver 33 fixed boom cranes for Japan’s first large-scale commercial offshore wind farm project. With the deliveries beginning in autumn 2020, Palfinger further expands its market share in Asia-Pacific. Along with the Akita Noshiro wind farms, the cranes will commence operations in 2023.
Palfinger: weekly performance: 8.84%

Strabag: European construction group Strabag SE, publishe der first quarter trading update. In the first quarter of 2020, the output of the group decreased by 9 % to Euro 2.8 bn. This is largely due to three factors: the loss of a key German account in Property & Facility Services resulting from an expired contract in mid-2019, the temporary halt to construction activity due to the coronavirus crisis in Austria, and the performance and completion of tunnelling projects in Chile. The order backlog remains at a very high level of Euro 17.7 bn (-1 % compared to 31 March 2019).  “The first three months of the current financial year show the expected decline in output and a very high order backlog. We are therefore staying with the outlook for 2020,” says CEO Thomas Birtel.
Strabag: weekly performance: 9.80%

Warimpex: Warimpex Finanz- und Beteiligungs AG, a real estate development and investment company with special focus on hotel properties in Central and Eastern Europe, reported Q1 earnings. Overall, total revenues rose by 26% in annual comparison to Euro 7.9 mn. EBIT went from Euro 7.5 mn in the comparison period to minus 2.4 min, due in part to a lack of disposal proceeds and in part to negative effects from property valuation. The result for the period decreased from a gain of Euro 11.8 mn in the previous year to a loss of Euro 18.7 million. Despite improved total revenues and higher gross income from revenues, this decrease was caused by a lack of property disposals as well as losses from property valuation and currency translation, as well as by write- downs on deferred tax assets.
Warimpex: weekly performance: -0.77%

EVN: Revenue recorded by Austrian utility company EVN Group declined by 4.2% year-on-year to Euro 1,194.4 mn in the first half of 2019/20. This development resulted, above all, from a lower volume of thermal generation and a reduction in the Networks Segment. Positive factors included higher energy revenue in Bulgaria and growth in the international project business. EBITDA recorded by the EVN Group rose by 17.7% to Euro 388.8 mn in the first half of 2019/20. Group net result for the first half of 2019/20 amounted to Euro 152.7 mn, which represents an increase of 18.4% over the previous year. EVN is continuing to implement its investment strategy, which is focused on the network infrastructure, renewable generation, natural heat and drinking water supplies in Lower Austria. The government-ordered measures to combat the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic are occasionally leading to delays on some construction projects in 2019/20. In the area of renewable generation, EVN is continuing to expand its wind power capacity towards the targeted 500 MW and is currently constructing a wind park in Kettlasbrunn with an installed capacity of 8.4 MW; the commissioning is expected by year-end 2020. EVN is also evaluating the possible realisation of large-scale photovoltaic equipment in its supply areas. Investments in the electricity networks make an important contribution to protecting supply security and quality. The current roll-out of smart meters in Lower Austria marks the start of an additional investment cycle.
EVN: weekly performance: 12.43%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (28/05/2020)



1. Bei der „Gala der österreichischen Wirtschaft“ in der Wiener Hofburg wurden die „HERMES.Wirtschafts.Preise“ vergeben. Palfinger gewinnt in der Kategorie Industrie (im Bild CEO Andreas Klauser); Credit: Kurier/Gilbert Novy

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