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Montana Tech Industries H1 Net Profit Surges to EUR 14.4 Mln

Switzerland-listed Austrian industrial group Montana Tech Components raised net profit by 60 percent y/y to EUR 14.4 million in H1 2016 on revenues growing by 7.2 percent to EUR 372.5 million, the company said.

August 30, 2016

Cable Lift Producer Doppelmayr Builds First Lift in Macao

The Vorarlberg-based cable lift producer Doppelmayr has built its first facility in Macao. The circular lift gives the visitors a view of the fountains and brings them to a casino and a hotel the company said. The value of the investment hasn't been revealed.

August 26, 2016

Electromobility Offers Austria Huge Potential

Electromobility offers Austria a huge potential, a study commissioned by Klima und Energiefonds (KliEn) indicates. According to the study, by 2030 Austria’s automotive industry could gain EUR 3.1 billion in added value and 33,900 new jobs, thanks to the expansion of emobility.

August 22, 2016

Verbund and Voestalpine Deepen Collaboration

Verbund and Voestalpine are working on deepening their collaboration to start with, over a period of six years. One of the projects involves the construction of a photovoltaic installation near Voestalpine in Leoben. The energy management of the past is not the energy management of the future, Verbund CEO Wolfgang Anzegruber noted. He and Voestalpine head Wolfgange Eder call for politicians to create stable framework conditions.

July 28, 2016

Keba Electronics FY Revenues at EUR 181 Mln

Linz-based electronics firm Keba posted EUR 181 million revenues for the financial year ended as of the end of March, down from EUR 189.5 million (USD 208.7 million) a year earlier for accounting reasons, CEO Gerhard Luftensteiner said at a press conference.

July 26, 2016

Austrian Microelectronics Company AMS Buys British CCMOSS

Styrian microelectronics company AMS has acquired British firm Cambridge CMOS Sensors (CCMOSS). The agreement for the acquisition of all shares of CCMOSS for cash has already been signed, the Austrian company, listed on the Swiss stock exchange, announced on Thursday. The price has not been disclosed.

June 16, 2016

Melecs EWS Electronics Set to Expand in China

Austrian electronics firm Melecs EWS is set to expand in China where it recently opened a new production plant in Wuxi, Jiangsu Province, the company said. By the end of FY 2017/18, Melecs EWS expects revenues from Chinese operations of EUR 70 million (USD 78.7 million) a year. The plant employs 200 staff.

June 15, 2016

AT&S Electronics Reports Mixed Results Because of New Plant in Chongqing

The listed Styrian circuit board producer AT&S has reported mixed results for the financial year 2015/16 due to the launch of its new plant in Chongqing. Sales increased by 14.4 percent to EUR 762.9 million. At the same time EBIT slumped 14.6 percent to EUR 77 million - AT&S announced. Group result decreased from EUR 69.3 million to EUR 56 million (USD 63.8 million).

May 10, 2016

Battery Maker Banner Saw Its Revenue and Sales Volume Hike by 8 Percent

Upper Austria battery maker Banner from Leonding saw its revenue and sales volume hike by 8 percent each in the just ended FY 2015/16 (end of March). 4.1 million starter batteries have been sold, the revenue settled at EUR 258 million the company announced. Growth was achieved mostly thanks to the rising demand for enhanced flooded batteries for vehicles, which Banner has been supplying since 2015 for Volkswagen mid-sized cars. Over the past five years Banner has invested over EUR 40 million (USD 45.9 million) in its plant in Leonding. A new facility is to be build in Pasching, close to Leonding, for EUR 35 million, although the project is meeting with a lot of resistance among local communities.

May 6, 2016

Voestalpine Acquires Specialty Steel Firms in Shanghai and Barcelona

Voestalpine steel buys two specialty steel firms. With the purchase of Advanced Tooling Tek (ATT) in Shanghai, China, and the Sermetal Group in Barcelona, Spain, Voestalpine is enhancing its position as a producer of special steels. Both companies are specialized in the processing and sale of special steel products for tool and mold-making, a segment whose main customers are the automotive and electronics industries. Together ATT and the Sermetal Group have around 160 employees and generated a total revenue of around EUR 43 million in 2015.

April 7, 2016