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voestalpine Corporate Presentation 2010

  1. 1. voestalpine Group Corporate Presentation 2010 voestalpine AG www.voestalpine.com
  2. 2. Overview voestalpine is a globally active Group with a number of specialized and flexible companies that produce, process and further develop high-quality steel products. The Group is represented by approximately 360 production and sales companies in more than 60 countries. With its highest quality flat steel products, voestalpine is one of Europe's leading partners to the automotive, white goods and energy industries. Furthermore, voestalpine is the world market leader in turnout technology, tool steel and special sections, as well as number one in Europe in the production of rails. The voestalpine Group generated revenues of EUR 8.6 billion in the business year 2009/10 and employs nearly 40,000 staff throughout the world. The five divisions of the Group each occupy leading positions in their respective core segments. voestalpine AG 2 | voestalpine—Corporate Presentation 2010
  3. 3. Leading Positions in all Core Segments Steel Special Steel Railway Systems Profilform Automotive European Worldwide Worldwide Worldwide European top player market leadership market leadership market leadership top player European market Global market leader Top 3 European Worldwide market leader for rails and in special sections Top 3 European supplier of high-quality leadership in tool steel. processed wire, leading steel strip and heavy and custom rollforming. supplier of position in welding auto body parts, plate for the Leading position in technology. laser-welded blanks, most demanding Leading position in special forgings Global market leader and tubular components applications precision strip steel for turnouts voestalpine AG 3 | voestalpine—Corporate Presentation 2010
  4. 4. Corporate Identity: Vision, Positioning and Mission Where we want to go (Our vision) We are the partner of choice worldwide for demanding product solutions involving steel and that allow our customers to stay that decisive step ahead. Where we stand (Our positioning) voestalpine is a globally active group with a number of specialized and flexible companies that produce, process and further develop high-quality steel products. As a reliable partner to industry, voestalpine regards its customers’ needs as its own. What we stand for (Our mission) Driven by our wide-ranging expertise and our conviction that there is always a better solution, we set ourselves the daily challenge of making the seemingly impossible happen. voestalpine AG 4 | voestalpine—Corporate Presentation 2010
  5. 5. Corporate Identity: Our Values We are mobile. Due to our decentralized structure we can act and react more quickly, and therefore fulfill the requirements of our customers with maximum flexibility and dynamism. We offer a faster and better solution on a shorter path. We are specialized. As a worldwide network of independent specialists, we bring the right minds and skills to the table for each project and offer maximum experience and know-how. In a wide range of ways, we enable our customers to get a step ahead and ensure the success of our company. We drive developments forward. Open to new things and with the curiosity of the scientific mind, our thinking is visionary and outside the envelope; imagination distinguishes our products and processes as well as our relationships with our customers. After all, nothing is so good that we can’t improve it—and this is how we consistently drive developments forward. voestalpine AG 5 | voestalpine—Corporate Presentation 2010
  6. 6. Overview of Key Figures (Business year 2009/10) (€m) 2009/10 Revenue 8,550.0 EBITDA 1,004.3 According to IFRS all figures after purchase EBITDA margin (%) 11.7 price allocation (ppa). EBIT 352.0 Business year 2009/10 from April 1, 2009 to March 31, 2010. EBIT margin (%) 4.1 EBITDA = Profit from operations before depreciation Employees 39,406 EBIT = Profit from operations Employees excl. apprentices and Apprentices 1,472 temporary personnel voestalpine AG 6 | voestalpine—Corporate Presentation 2010
  7. 7. Shareholders of voestalpine AG (as of June 2010) Largest individual shareholders Raiffeisenlandesbank Oberösterreich Invest GmbH & Co OG: > 15.0% voestalpine Mitarbeiterbeteiligung Privatstiftung: 13.3% Oberbank AG: > 5.0% voestalpine AG 7 | voestalpine—Corporate Presentation 2010
  8. 8. Customers and Markets of voestalpine Group: Revenue by Industries voestalpine AG 8 | voestalpine—Corporate Presentation 2010
  9. 9. Customers and Markets of voestalpine Group: Revenue by Regions voestalpine AG 9 | voestalpine—Corporate Presentation 2010
  10. 10. Employees Nearly 40,000 employees, thereof 53% at international locations Around 1,500 apprentices, about a third of which being trained in companies outside of Austria Employee shareholding scheme: The employees of voestalpine currently hold approximately 13.3% of voestalpine AG‘s shares. The expansion of the successful shareholding model to other countries outside of Austria is constantly accelerated; currently it already includes Group companies in the Netherlands, Great Britain, and Germany. voestalpine AG 10 | voestalpine—Corporate Presentation 2010
  11. 11. Innovation/Research and Development Annual R&D expenses of around EUR 110 million The most research-intensive Austrian industrial company, according to EU statistics 500 employees in the Group‘s R&D area 80 national and international cooperations with scientific partners, such as universities, universities of applied sciences, and other research institutions Leading in innovative materials and in new production/ processing technologies Increasing number of patents – even during the crisis voestalpine AG 11 | voestalpine—Corporate Presentation 2010
  12. 12. voestalpine Group: Development of R&D Expenses Research ratio (R&D expenses to total revenue): 1.27% R&D coefficient (expenses measured by added value): 3.42% voestalpine AG 12 | voestalpine—Corporate Presentation 2010
  13. 13. Environment and Safety Globally leading in the development of new environmental technologies European benchmark with regard to specific energy consumption and eco friendliness Continuously improving the environmental compatibility of production facilities Numerous environment and safety awards, at last the national EMAS prizes 2008 and 2009, the European EMAS Award 2009, and the Austrian „Sustainability Prize“ („Nachhaltigkeitspreis“) 2010 voestalpine AG 13 | voestalpine—Corporate Presentation 2010
  14. 14. voestalpine Group: Development of Environmental Expenses voestalpine AG 14 | voestalpine—Corporate Presentation 2010
  15. 15. Overview of Divisional Key Figures Business year Steel Special Steel Railway Systems Profilform Automotive 2009/10 Revenue (€m) 3,098.7 2,358.4 1,908.5 724.0 835.4 as % of Group revenue 35 27 21 8 9 EBIT (€m) 201.4 –79.6 225.6 31.9 18.0 EBIT margin (%) 6.5 –3.4 11.8 4.4 2.2 Employees (excl. apprentices) 9,510 13,762 7,863 3,087 4,551 According to IFRS all figures after purchase price allocation (ppa). voestalpine AG 15 | voestalpine—Corporate Presentation 2010
  16. 16. Group Structure (as of June 2010) voestalpine AG Böhler-Uddeholm voestalpine Bahnsysteme voestalpine Profilform voestalpine Automotive voestalpine Stahl GmbH Aktiengesellschaft GmbH & Co KG GmbH GmbH voestalpine Grobblech GmbH BÖHLER Edelstahl GmbH & Co KG voestalpine Schienen GmbH voestalpine Krems GmbH voestalpine Polynorm B.V. TSTG Schienen Technik voestalpine Krems Finaltechnik voestalpine Giesserei Linz GmbH Buderus Edelstahl GmbH voestalpine Europlatinen GmbH GmbH & Co KG GmbH voestalpine Rail Center Duisburg voestalpine Anarbeitung GmbH Villares Metals S.A. Nedcon Groep N.V. voestalpine Rotec GmbH GmbH voestalpine Stahl Service Center BÖHLER-UDDEHOLM Deutschland VAE GmbH Sadef N.V. voestalpine Vollmer GmbH & Co KG GmbH GmbH voestalpine Rohstoffbeschaffungs Uddeholms AB voestalpine Railpro B.V. (70%) Metsec plc voestalpine Gutbrod GmbH GmbH* voestalpine Klöckner Bahntechnik voestalpine Eurostahl GmbH ASSAB Pacific Pte. Ltd Roll Forming Corporation voestalpine Hügel GmbH & Co KG GmbH voestalpine Tubulars GmbH Logistik Service GmbH Eschmann Stahl GmbH & Co KG voestalpine Präzisionsprofil GmbH voestalpine Dancke GmbH & Co KG & Co KG (50%) voestalpine Stahl Donawitz vatron gmbh (71.5%)* BÖHLER Bleche GmbH & Co KG voestalpine Profilform s.r.o. GmbH & Co KG Böhler-Uddeholm Italia S.p.A. voestalpine Austria Draht GmbH ZAO voestalpine Arkada Profil Buderus Edelstahl Band GmbH Böhler Welding Holding GmbH Société Profilafroid BÖHLER Schmiedetechnik Société Automatique de Profilage GmbH & Co KG (SAP) Buderus Edelstahl Schmiedetechnik Meincol Distribuidora de Aços S.A. GmbH (75%) BÖHLER-UDDEHOLM Precision Strip GmbH Steel Division Special Steel Division Railway Systems Division Profilform Division Automotive Division * Including minority interests of other Group companies. The companies shown in this organizational chart are major investments of the voestalpine Group; groups of companies are represented by their respective holding company. voestalpine AG 16 | voestalpine—Corporate Presentation 2010
  17. 17. The Management Board of voestalpine AG (in alphabetical order; as of June 2010) Dr. Wolfgang Eder Mag. Dipl.-Ing. Robert Ottel, MBA Chairman of the Management Board Member of the Management Board and CEO CFO Head of Steel Division Dipl.-Ing. Franz Hirschmanner Dkfm. Dr. Claus J. Raidl Member of the Management Board Member of the Management Board Head of Special Steel Division Head of Automotive Division Dipl.-Ing. Josef Mülner Mag. Wolfgang Spreitzer Member of the Management Board Member of the Management Board Head of Profilform Division Head of Railway Systems Division voestalpine AG 17 | voestalpine—Corporate Presentation 2010
  18. 18. voestalpine Group Corporate Presentation 2010 voestalpine AG www.voestalpine.com