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  • Price (EUR)19.30
  • Today's Change-0.055 / -0.28%
  • Shares traded0.00
  • 1 Year change-24.11%
  • Beta0.8395
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About the company

voestalpine AG is an Austria-based holding company engaged in the production and distribution of steel and related products. The Company operates, along with its subsidiaries, in four divisions: the Steel Division focuses on the production and processing of flat steel products for the automotive, white goods, and construction industries; the Special Steel Division manufactures long steel products, medium-wide strip steel, open-die forgings, and drop forgings; the Metal Engineering Division manufactures rails and turnout products, rod wire, drawn wire and pre-stressing steel, among others; and the Metal Forming Division provides metal processing solutions, in particular special tubes and sections, special strip steel, and complex components for the automotive industry, as well as manufactures welded tubes and hollow sections, open special sections, custom-made special tubes, and precision parts.

  • Revenue in EUR (TTM)12.72bn
  • Net income in EUR-222.00m
  • Incorporated1993
  • Employees49.68k
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