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Presentation financial results 1st Half Year 2011/12

  1. 1. Financial Year 2011/12 2nd Quarter, 1st Half Investor Relations November 2011voestalpine AGwww.voestalpine.com
  2. 2. voestalpine groupBusiness concept (1) Steel is – and will always be - the base of voestalpine group BUT: Downstream strategy is strongly driving evolution from a steel maker to a processing group Focus on most demanding customer segments in terms of innovation, technology and quality Custom made solutions based on most advanced products and perfect service as key credentials of success No longer a steel companyvoestalpine AG2 | November 2011 | Investor Relations
  3. 3. voestalpine groupBusiness concept (2) Strategic markets Focus on market segments with utmost technological and quality requirements, such as energy, automotive, railway and aircraft industry No spot market business, commodities no option Long term relationships Long term partnerships with costumers, suppliers and R&D-institutions are key for innovation and permanent progression in technology and quality Perfect service is key for long term partnerships First choice for high tech steel solutionsvoestalpine AG3 | November 2011 | Investor Relations
  4. 4. voestalpine groupGlobal footprint Figures FY 2010/11 North Asia ROW Germany America Brazil Other Austria Europe France Italy Benelux Energy White & industry consumer Automotive goods Other Civil & Railway Mechanical infrastructure Building engineering & constr. subsuppliers No significant exposure to ailing countries and industriesvoestalpine AG4 | November 2011 | Investor Relations
  5. 5. voestalpine groupStructure & position Steel Special Steel Railway Systems Profilform Automotive European Top World market World market World market European Top Player Leader Leader Leader Player Minimum top 3 market position in Europe Partial backward integration Longest value chain in the industry Product portfolio focused on long term growth segments Very limited exposure to crisis-regions and -industries Resilient in economic downturn Full leverage in upturn Strong commitment to efficiency improvement and cost cuttingvoestalpine AG5 | November 2011 | Investor Relations
  6. 6. voestalpine groupCurrent situation Macro lead-indicators weaker in recent months Ongoing discussions about public debt and crisis in voestalpine group in figures banking and financial markets create negative Sales EBIT EBIT sentiment (€m) (€m) (%) Business environment increasingly varying from Q1 3,052 318 10.4 FY 11/12 sector to sector Q2 2,926 214 7.3 Customers generally cautious, order intake below FY 11/12 1H pre-summer levels FY 11/12 5,978 531 8.9 Q2 FY 2011/12 at voestalpine influenced by summer 1H 5,192 414 8.0 FY 10/11 seasonality in general and 3-weeks technical shutdown for capacity extension in Steel Divisionvoestalpine AG6 | November 2011 | Investor Relations
  7. 7. voestalpine groupReading and reaction Internal preparation for higher volatility Cost cutting and efficiency programs further intensified Lean and flexible structures help to adopt cost positions voestalpine group quickly to market environment in figures Unchanged rigid working capital management Sales EBIT EBIT Fast reactions to short term changes in business (€m) (€m) (%) climate over complete value chain Q1 3,052 318 10.4 FY 11/12 Constant control and adoption of stock levels over whole supply chain Q2 2,926 214 7.3 FY 11/12 Well established communication lines to customers and 1H 5,978 531 8.9 suppliers FY 11/12 voestalpine strategy and business model has proven 1H 5,192 414 8.0 FY 10/11 resilience in FY 2008/09 Management experienced in handling demanding scenariosvoestalpine AG7 | November 2011 | Investor Relations
  8. 8. Division SteelBusiness development Demand situation and price levels in high quality segments still significantly better than in spot market Automotive, energy, machine building Division Steel in figures Customers increasingly cautious in shorter term market segments Sales EBIT EBIT (€m) (€m) (%) Building, construction and consumer goods, household appliance 3-weeks shut down for capacity extension of hot rolling mill Q1 1,038 101 9.8 FY 11/12 in Linz affecting revenues and earnings in Q2 FY 2011/12 Q2 Recent development in steel sector FY 11/12 978 60 6.1 Significant cutback of capacities in European steel industry amid 1H 2,016 161 8.0 abated economic environment FY 11/12 EU launches antidumping measures against Asian producers – 1H 1,785 166 9.3 FY 10/11 imports declining Deterioration of raw material prices in CQ4 Challenging environment for steel price negotiations for CY 2012voestalpine AG8 | November 2011 | Investor Relations
  9. 9. Division Special SteelBusiness development Stable business performance after strong rebound in H1 CY 2011 Division Special Steel in figures (past ppa) Still solid demand for high performance metals Improvement in special forgings segment Sales EBIT EBIT (€m) (€m) (%) Seasonality over summer on normal levels, no supply chain disruptions Q1 751 83 11.0 FY 11/12 Stable market situation in automotive, machine Q2 713 59 8.3 building, oil & gas exploration and aircraft segments FY 11/12 Business activities holding up well in North America, 1H 1,464 142 9.7 FY 11/12 Asia and Western Europe, slow down in South 1H 1,237 75 6.1 America FY 10/11 Nevertheless: Customers increasingly concerned about overall sentimentvoestalpine AG9 | November 2011 | Investor Relations
  10. 10. Division Railway SystemsBusiness development Railway Systems in Q2 FY 2011/12 again best in class within voestalpine group Division Railway Systems in figures Stable development in rails business On-going brisk demand for premium rails Sales EBIT EBIT (€m) (€m) (%) Unchanged difficult situation in standard rails segment Q1 753 92 12.2 FY 11/12 Turnout systems business benefit from dynamic markets in South Africa, Australia, Brazil and Turkey Q2 FY 11/12 752 80 10.6 However China slowing down 1H 1,504 172 11.4 FY 11/12 Wire and welding consumables on solid demand 1H level in Q2, Q3 slightly weaker FY 10/11 1,336 129 9.7 Unchanged strong sentiment for seamless tubes in North America and Mid Eastvoestalpine AG10 | November 2011 | Investor Relations
  11. 11. Division ProfilformBusiness development Demand from commercial vehicle and agricultural Division Profilform machinery segments as well as aircraft and solar in figures energy businesses on stable high level Sales EBIT EBIT (€m) (€m) (%) Volatile order intake in standard tubes and sections segment caused by downward trend of input Q1 330 41 12.5 FY 11/12 material prices Q2 302 23 7.6 Storage technology with further recovery in H2 FY 11/12 1H Seasonal softening of precision strip segment in Q2, FY 11/12 632 64 10.2 sentiment for H2 still strong 1H 557 57 10.3 FY 10/11 Solid further development on Q2–level in next months expectedvoestalpine AG11 | November 2011 | Investor Relations
  12. 12. Division AutomotiveBusiness development Overall still solid market environment and stable utilization rates Division Automotive Dynamic growth of European car production in in figures CY 2011 so far Sales EBIT EBIT Performance of premium car producers in Germany – (€m) (€m) (%) key customers of Division Automotive – still Q1 outstanding FY 11/12 293 19 6.3 Business bolstered by strong demand of Asian markets Q2 292 11 3.8 But: Signals of mitigation in (parts of) automotive FY 11/12 sector 1H 585 30 5.1 FY 11/12 Shorter delivery times and higher discounts for end 1H 477 25 5.2 consumers recently FY 10/11 Reduced investments in commercial vehicle segment Solid development in non-automotive activitiesvoestalpine AG12 | November 2011 | Investor Relations
  13. 13. Financial overviewvoestalpine AGwww.voestalpine.com
  14. 14. voestalpine groupConsolidated overview 1H 2010/11 1H 2011/12 YoY in %Sales €m 5,192 5,978 15.1EBITDA €m 711 824 16.0% of Sales % 13.7 13.8EBIT €m 414 531 28.3% of Sales % 8.0 8.9EBT €m 317 443 39.7Net Profit €m 250 346 38.6EPS* € 1.24 1.82 46.8Investments** €m 169 227 34.4Depreciation €m 296 293 -1.2Employees*** 39,862 41,168 * Based on average number of shares ** Fixed assets and acquisitions *** Per 30.09., excluding trainees & tempsvoestalpine AG14 | November 2011 | Investor Relations
  15. 15. EBIT development1H 2010/11 vs. 1H 2011/12 34 €m -328 €m 396 €m 531 €m 414 €m 11 €m 4 €m EBIT EBIT 8.9% 8.0% Mix/ Raw 1H 2010/11 Price Volume* materials ppa Misc.* 1H 2011/12 * Savings are included in these itemsvoestalpine AG15 | November 2011 | Investor Relations
  16. 16. voestalpine groupCash flow 1H 2010/11 vs. 1H 2011/12 1H 2010/11 1H 2011/12 Cash flow from result €m 554 618 Changes in working capital €m -80 -450 Cash flow from operating activities €m 474 168 Cash flow from investing activities €m -221 -232 Free cash flow €m 253 -64voestalpine AG16 | November 2011 | Investor Relations
  17. 17. voestalpine groupGearing ratiovoestalpine AG17 | November 2011 | Investor Relations
  18. 18. voestalpine groupDevelopment liquidity Liquidity* Redemption – Schedule per 30.09.2011 per 30.09.2011€m Financial assets Cash Comfortable liquidity position and balanced maturity profile *) Not included: undrawn committed lines and other instrumentsvoestalpine AG18 | November 2011 | Investor Relations
  19. 19. voestalpine groupOutlook Global macro uncertainty driving economic sentiment down Unsolved problems: Public debt in EU and US, weakness in banking and financial markets GDP-growth expectations generally reduced for rest of 2011 and across 2012 Customers and end-consumers increasingly cautious Slowdown in order intake after summer expected to be prolonged Nevertheless should some segments stay on sound levels – oil & gas industry, machine-building industry, (parts of) automotive industry, aircraft industry, railway infrastructure (outside Europe) Difficult second half of FY 2011/12 with lower earnings expected Full year expectation adapted accordingly to earnings slightly below last year’s levelsvoestalpine AG19 | November 2011 | Investor Relations
  20. 20. IR Contact Peter Fleischer Reuters Head of Investor Relations VOES.VI E-Mail peter.fleischer@voestalpine.com Phone +43/50304/15-9949 Gerald Resch Bloomberg Investor Relations Manager VOE AV E-Mail gerald.resch@voestalpine.com Phone +43/50304/15-3152voestalpine AGwww.voestalpine.com

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