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Press release 30.07.2019

First half of 2019: pleasing sales growth despite drop in demand

Bucher Industries’ market environment was positive overall in the first half of 2019, but with declining demand, albeit from a high level. Accordingly, order intake declined slightly, while sales continued to rise. The operating profit margin fell slightly short of the strong margin achieved in the prior-year period. This interim report was prepared for the first time in accordance with the accounting standards of Swiss GAAP FER instead of IFRS. For the purpose of comparability, the prior-year figures were restated accordingly.


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Order intake rises by 11%

In the first nine months of the current business year, Bucher Industries increased its order intake to CHF 1 961 million, a rise of 11%. All the divisions contributed to this positive development. Sales reached CHF 2 001 million, 4% higher than for the same period last year. For the 2013 business year as a whole, the Group is expecting a slight increase in sales and a further improvement in operating profit and profit for the year.

Bucher Industries announces a voluntary tender offer for the purchase of all the shares in Jetter AG, Ludwigsburg, Germany

Bucher Industries plans to present Jetter AG shareholders with a voluntary public tender offer at a price of 7.00 euros per share. Bucher Industries has held a stake in Jetter AG since 2005, recently amounting to nearly 30% of the equity. In the last two years, Jetter has generated around 50% of its sales with Bucher Group companies. Bucher Industries is planning to reinforce Jetter’s know-how in the area of automation systems. The aim of the tender offer is to purchase all the shares in Jetter AG. Jetter’s Supervisory and Executive Boards support the takeover offer.

Solid first half

In a generally friendly market environment, Bucher Industries increased order intake by 14% to CHF 1 227 million in the first half of 2013. Sales were up 2% to CHF 1 410 million, while operating profit improved by 5% to CHF 141 million. Group profit for the period amounted to CHF 95 million, surpassing the figure for the same period of last year by 4%. For 2013 as a whole, the Group expects a modest increase in sales and a further improvement in operating profit and profit for the year.

Emhart Glass and Owens-Illinois agree on global supply of glass forming machines and parts

Emhart Glass, a division of Bucher Industries and the world’s leading supplier of glass container forming machines and equipment, and Owens-Illinois, Inc., (O-I) the world’s leading maker of glass containers, have agreed that Emhart Glass will become preferred supplier to O-I for glass forming machines and parts to all of O-I’s plants around the globe.

Bucher Industries increases order intake by 15% in first quarter of 2013

On the basis of solid demand in all divisions, Bucher Industries increased order intake by 15% to CHF 672 million in the first quarter of 2013. Sales reached CHF 658 million, a 4% decline compared with the high level recorded for the same period of the previous year. The acquisition effect was just under 3%.

2013 annual general meeting approves all the board’s proposals

The shareholders attending today’s annual general meeting of Bucher Industries AG approved all the board of directors’ proposals. In addition to the regular agenda items, the shareholders approved the re-election of Rolf Broglie and Anita Hauser to the board.

Bucher Hydraulics acquires a production base in Brazil

Bucher Hydraulics, a division of Bucher Industries, is creating a new production and engineering base in Brazil by acquiring Eco Sistemas near Porto Alegre. Eco Sistemas is the ideal partner to establish the new hub of Bucher Hydraulics in South America.

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