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21st Austria Weekly - KapschTrafficCom, OMV (16/04/2021)

21st Austria Weekly – KapschTrafficCom, OMV (16/04/2021)


Traffic Com Caboch: Based on raw numbers, Kapsch TrafficCom, Intelligent transportation systems provider, It expects revenue in fiscal year 2020/21 of approximately € 500 million. The operating result (EBIT) including negative special effects would be a loss of approximately € 124 million. The most relevant negative special effects are the EBIT impact of around € 139 million. Despite the significantly negative result, the equity ratio still stands at around 14%. As of March 31, 2021, Kapsch TrafficCom has held liquid funds in excess of € 100 million.
Kapsch TrafficCom: Weekly performance: -2.89%

OMV: OMV’s Supervisory Board appointed OMV Martijn van Koten as a new executive board member responsible for the refining division of OMV Aktiengesellschaft. Martijn van Koten accepted the appointment.
OMV: Weekly performance: 2.29%

(From 21 Austria Weekly (16/04/2021)

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1. OMV and AustroCel started their long-term collaboration with the first successful delivery of a sample of bioethanol. The Hallein bioethanol plant is the world’s largest wood-based bioethanol plant; Image credit: AustroCel / Michael Schartner

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