Ad-hoc Announcements

Please find below all ad-hoc releases. If you are interested in announcements dated before 2004, please contact us via e-mail.

  • AT&S adapts outlook for the financial year 2016/17

    Leoben, 06:18 pm – The current business development of AT&S is characterized by good capacity utilization and demand in all relevant customer segments. Existing production capacities are limited though, and combined with current lower prices and the product mix, this will have an influence on the revenue development for the financial year 2016/17.

  • AT&S AG: Dividend of EUR 0.36 proposed to the Annual General Meeting for the financial year 2014/15

    At today’s Supervisory Board meeting, the Supervisory Board and the Management Board of AT & S Austria Technologie & Systemtechnik Aktiengesellschaft decided to propose the following appropriation of the company’s profit of EUR 36,874,815.29 stated as of 31 March 2015 (whereof distributable: EUR 24,502,815.29) to the Annual General Meeting on July 9, 2015:

  • AT&S expands Chinese site Chongqing by next generation of high-tech printed circuit boards

    AT&S positions itself for the next technology generation in its high-end PCB core business

  • AT&S: results for the financial year 2013/14

    -AT&S finished the financial year with total sales of around EUR 590 million (m), a year-on-year increase of about 9% -AT&S generated EBITDA of about EUR 127m: a year-on-year increase of about 24% -Consolidated net income amounted to about EUR 38m -AT&S improved its financing structure and reduced its gearing ratio to about 28%”

  • Results Q1 – Q3 2013/14 – AT&S posts increased sales and profitability

    Over the first nine months of the financial year 2013/14 AT&S increased revenue by about 11% to EUR 451m and earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) by some 34% to EUR 100m. The group also confirmed its full-year guidance.

  • AT&S reports significant increase in earnings

    AT&S posted a considerable rise in revenue and profit in the first half of the financial year 2013/14. In the first half of the financial year 2013/14 AT&S Group posted sales of around EUR 300 million (m), a year-on-year improvement of some 18%. Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) advanced by around 50% to ...

  • AT & S successfully placed all 15,527,412 offer shares with investors

    All 15,527,412 offer shares, consisting of 12,950,000 new shares and 2,577,412 treasury shares, were subscribed at the subscription and offer price of EUR 6.50 in the subscription offer by existing shareholders or placed with investors.

  • Completion of pre-placement

    The pre-placement of 3,367,471 offer shares has – due to good demand – already been completed early.

  • AT&S launches capital increase and offering of treasury shares

    Publication pursuant to § 4 of the Austrian Publication Ordinance. AT & S decided today to launch an offering of up to 15,527,412 shares, consisting of a pre-placement, a rights offering and a global offering, subject to the approval of a prospectus by the Austrian Financial Market Authority (Finanzmarktaufsicht) anticipated for today.

  • AT&S off to a successful start in financial year 2013/14

    In the first quarter of the financial year 2013/14 revenue and profit for the period significantly increased compared to the same period a year earlier, despite non-recurring items relating to the planned closure of our plant in Klagenfurt. The Management Board looks ahead with confidence.

  • AT&S: results for financial year 2012/13

    AT&S finished the financial year 2012/13 with total sales of around EUR 542 million (m) – a year-on-year increase of about 5%

  • Change to the Management Board

    AT&S CFO Thomas Obendrauf wil vacate his position due to personal reasons effective from the end of the current fiscal year 2012/2013.

  • AT&S sets course to enter new technology segment

    AT&S will add IC-Substrates to its existing product portfolio. AT&S will invest up to EUR 350 million in the next three years.

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