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Press Releases

  • iFIX

    13 December 2022

    Photovoltaic boom: voestalpine supplies solar projects worldwide

    As a leading supplier of high-quality steel components and systems for photovoltaic substructures, the voestalpine Group’s Metal Forming Division is benefiting from the current high demand in the solar industry. The dynamic market development is reflected in orders from around the world. The company is supplying one of Brazil’s largest solar projects with sophisticated steel sections, for example. Furthermore, voestalpine is continuously expanding its production of solar-generated green electricity throughout the Group.

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  • 9 November 2022

    voestalpine achieves record highs again in the first half of 2022/23

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  • 3 November 2022

    voestalpine agrees share buyback program to July 2023

    The Management Board of the steel and technology Group regards the current historically low share price as an attractive opportunity to purchase its own shares. As voestalpine announced today, the company plans to buy back a maximum of ten million shares, or up to 5.6% of its share capital. The share buyback program will start on November 10, 2022 and is scheduled to end on July 10, 2023.

  • 24 October 2022

    voestalpine raises outlook for Business year 2022/23 (EBITDA)

    Impairment losses reduce EBIT of the second business quarter.

  • 3 October 2022

    voestalpine intensifies its work on sustainable and digital research projects

    voestalpine is successfully expanding its position as technology and innovation leader and has budgeted around EUR 196 million for research and development (R&D) in the current business year. The steel and technology group appreciates that R&D projects positively contribute to sustainability. Research priorities include digitalizing the production processes, developing innovative products, and converting to climate-neutral steel production.

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  • 6 September 2022

    Aviation on the upswing: voestalpine secures several major orders

    Today, high-performance materials and sophisticated special forgings from voestalpine are indispensable in the aircraft models of the world’s largest manufacturers. Only recently, the High Performance Metals Division of the voestalpine Group secured not only a contract extension, but also several new and extensive orders for the supply of heavy-duty structural parts from American airplane manufacturer Boeing. In addition, prestigious Munich-based company MTU Aero Engines has commissioned voestalpine to supply highly critical forged parts over the coming years, for installation in a variety of aircraft models including the Airbus A320neo. The total volume of orders to 2030 amounts to around three hundred million euros.

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  • 11 August 2022

    voestalpine is investing almost EUR 100 million in expanding its hot-dip galvanizing lines in Linz

    To be able to meet the growing demand for high-quality high-strength steels in the future, in the next few years voestalpine will be investing almost EUR 100 million in the expansion of the hot-dip galvanizing lines at the Linz site. The investment will make it possible to further increase the production quality of zinc-coated and uncoated cold-rolled strip products. Construction work will start in August with hot-dip galvanizing line 4; the technological ramp-up is scheduled for 2025/26. This will allow the site to significantly increase the volume of ultra-high-strength steels.

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  • 4 August 2022

    voestalpine posts record performance in Q1 2022/23

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  • Greentec steel Kreisverkehr

    28 July 2022

    voestalpine expands its climate action goals and joins the Science Based Targets initiative

    In addition to direct greenhouse gas emissions from production (Scope 1), the Group is now also setting itself ambitious goals to reduce Scope 2 emissions (energy-related) and Scope 3 emissions (raw materials, transport, etc.). These target reductions will be scientifically evaluated within the framework of the independent Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) to ensure their compatibility with the Paris goals, and, following detailed examination, validated correspondingly.

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  • 14 July 2022

    Adhoc News: voestalpine beats market expectations for Q1 2022/23 results

    Based on this excellent first quarter and the current expectations for the remaining Business Year 2022/23, the Management Board of voestalpine AG expects an EBITDA in the amount of approximately EUR 2 billion for the entire Business Year 2022/23 (outlook to date: EBITDA between 1.8 billion and 2 billion EUR).

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