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  • 13 September 2023

    voestalpine greentec steel: groundbreaking ceremony in Donawitz for Austria’s largest climate protection program

    greentec steel is the voestalpine Group’s ambitious and feasible phased plan for green steel production. In a first step, one electric arc furnace will be constructed at each of the Linz and Donawitz sites. Converting to this technology allows the steel and technology Group to reduce its emissions by around 30%, representing annual savings of almost 4 million tons of CO2. The investment volume is around EUR 1.5 billion. This traditional groundbreaking ceremony marks the start of construction at the Donawitz site, and this major investment will bring significant economic benefits to the region.

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  • 29 August 2023

    voestalpine AG: CEO Herbert Eibensteiner remains Chairman of the Management Board for a further five years

    In its meeting today, the Supervisory Board of voestalpine AG reached a decision to extend the mandates of three members of the Management Board, and appointed two new members. Herbert Eibensteiner remains the Chairman of the Management Board of voestalpine AG for another five years. The mandates of Hubert Zajicek as Head of the Steel Division and Franz Kainersdorfer as Head of the Metal Engineering Division were also extended by a further five years each. Reinhard Nöbauer will become a Member of the Management Board from April 1, 2024, and the new Head of the High Performance Metals Division. He thus succeeds Franz Rotter, who will retire on March 31, 2024. His time on the Management Board will initially run for three years. The Supervisory Board will decide promptly on a successor to Robert Ottel, who yesterday declined an offer of the Supervisory Board to extend his contract as CFO. Ottel’s period in office ends on March 31, 2024. The successor to Peter Schwab, who at his own request will not be extending his Management Board contract beyond the current period in office, which expires on March 31, 2024, will be announced in September.

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  • 28 August 2023

    Ad-Hoc-News: Information on the Management Board of voestalpine AG

    Robert Ottel, CFO, today informed the Chairman of the Supervisory Board that he will not accept the Supervisory Board's offer of reappointment for a five-year term starting April 1, 2024. 

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    28 August 2023

    Member of the voestalpine Management Board Peter Schwab will not extend mandate

    Peter Schwab, Member of the Management Board of voestalpine AG and Head of the Metal Forming Division, will not be available for a further period in office when his contract comes to an end on 31 March 2024 for personal reasons. The Supervisory Board thanks Peter Schwab for his many years of dedication to the company’s positive development and has already commenced the search for his successor.

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    28 August 2023

    voestalpine Management Board member Franz Rotter to retire in 2024

    After many successful years as a Member of the Management Board of voestalpine AG and Head of the High Performance Metals Division, Franz Rotter will not extend his current Management Board contract which runs to March 31, 2024, but will instead leave the company to enjoy his well-earned retirement. His successor on the Management Board will be decided at tomorrow’s Supervisory Board meeting of voestalpine AG.

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    22 August 2023

    voestalpine cares run: 700,000 euros for a good cause

    Following the 300,000 euros in emergency aid which voestalpine donated to UNICEF, Doctors Without Borders, and Hilfswerk International on behalf of the victims of the earthquake in Turkey and Syria, voestalpine is once again demonstrating its social commitment. From mid-April to the end of June, a new initiative for the Group’s employees worldwide was conducted under the motto “moving together and doing good”. While running, walking, hiking, wheelchair driving, or handcycling, employees were able to use an app to collect digital points known as “cares” which the steel and technology Group then converted into donations for charitable causes. The total donation of 400,000 euros generated by the voestalpine cares run have now been handed over to UNICEF and the Austrian Red Cross for selected aid projects.

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  • 9 August 2023

    voestalpine with solid result in Q1 2023/24 after record year

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  • 12 July 2023

    Record project for voestalpine in the road safety segment

    The voestalpine Group’s Metal Forming Division, a leading supplier of innovative vehicle restraint systems based in Krems, Austria, is making Europe’s roads safer. In the largest individual project in its road safety business segment to date, voestalpine is supplying a total of 100 kilometers of guard rails for use in expanding and modernizing the D4 highway in the Czech Republic, and managing the entire project through to installation. The first major delivery has recently been made, and completion is scheduled for fall 2024.

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  • 5 July 2023

    voestalpine Annual General Meeting approves dividend of EUR 1.50

    voestalpine AG once again achieved record figures in the business year 2022/23, demonstrating its robust strategic position in an exceptionally turbulent global environment. With the highest level of revenue and best operating result in the company’s history, the steel and technology group is able to raise its dividend to the second highest level since its listing on the stock exchange in 1995: At the 31st Annual General Meeting held in the Linz Design Center, a dividend of EUR 1.50 per share was agreed for the business year 2022/23. This is 25% higher than in the previous year (EUR 1.20). The Annual General Meeting therefore followed the proposal of the Management Board and the Supervisory Board. The payment of the dividend shall be made as from July 18, 2023 (ex-dividend day: July 13, 2023).

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  • 7 June 2023

    voestalpine once again achieves record figures in the business year 2022/23

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  • 19 May 2023

    voestalpine focuses on diversity to drive progress

    voestalpine has always promoted diversity and equality. For World Cultural Diversity Day on May 21, the steel and technology Group will clearly demonstrate its commitment to diversity in terms of nationality, religion, and culture: 82 different nationalities are working together at the voestalpine sites in Austria alone.

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  • 19 April 2023

    voestalpine has successfully placed convertible bonds in the amount of EUR 250 million

    voestalpine announces the successful placement of its convertible bonds in the amount of EUR 250 million. Investor interest in this capital market transaction was high.

  • 19 April 2023

    voestalpine issues convertible bonds in the amount of EUR 250 million

    voestalpine intends to issue senior unsecured convertible bonds in the amount of EUR 250 million with a term of five years in order to further optimize its financing structure.

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    22 March 2023

    voestalpine Supervisory Board approves EUR 1.5 billion for further decarbonization

    A year ago, the Supervisory Board of voestalpine AG gave the green light to conduct the preliminary work for climate friendly steel production in Austria. This is now at an advanced stage. Now the next approval stage has been reached. An investment of around 1.5 billion euros is being made into constructing one electric arc furnace at each of the two sites, Linz and Donawitz. As part of its “greentec steel” plan, the plant and supplier decision will be made in 2023, construction will start in 2024, and commissioning of the two units will take place in 2027. This will allow the Group to reduce its CO2 emissions by up to 30 percent from 2027. The exact start of implementation depends on clarifying unresolved funding issues in Austria.

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  • 9 March 2023

    voestalpine Railway Systems secures largest order in their company history

    voestalpine Railway Systems are the global leading supplier of complete railway systems, offering everything from the “hardware” (rails, turnouts, mountings, and sleepers) through to the digital monitoring of rail tracks and trains from a single source. Now the voestalpine Group subsidiary has secured its largest ever order worth around EUR 237 million (approx. GBP 210 million) for the design, supply, and servicing of turnouts, drives, and rail expansion joints including diagnostic systems for Great Britain’s new High Speed 2 rail network. voestalpine is also supplying other major projects worldwide with premium rails, high-speed turnouts, and signaling technology. In total, the order volumes amount to around EUR 600 million.

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  • 27 February 2023

    voestalpine supports relief projects in the earthquake regions in Turkey and Syria with 300,000 euros

    voestalpine and its employees are committed to providing immediate support for those affected by the earthquake disaster in southern Turkey and northwestern Syria. In the form of a comprehensive immediate aid package, the Group is donating a total of EUR 300,000 to specific projects run by UNICEF, Doctors Without Borders and Hilfswerk International.
  • 8 February 2023

    voestalpine records very good results for Q3 2022/23 despite challenging environment

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  • 19 January 2023

    US Secretary of Labor visits the voestalpine Training Center in Linz

    In light of the increasing lack of skilled labor, the USA and Austria are intensifying their cooperation and exchanges in the field of dual education. It is for this reason that US Secretary of Labor, Marty Walsh, was a guest today at voestalpine in Linz. He came to view the steel and technology Group’s state-of-the-art training center where around 400 apprentices are currently undergoing training.

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