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AMAG’s new hot rolling mill is currently the largest investment under way in the European aluminium industry. The 470 metre long and 100 metre wide facility covers an area equivalent to three football pitches.


AMAG third-quarter results: Solid results and satisfactory performance in a challenging climate

The AMAG Group’s Metal, Casting and Rolling divisions were all operating at full capacity in the first nine months of 2013, with total shipments for the period up by 2.9% to 274,000 t. Rolling accounted for the lion’s share of this increase.
At 615.9 mEUR, Group sales for the first three quarters of 2013 were 3.6% down on the like period of 2012 (Q1-Q3 2012: 638.9 mEUR). This was chiefly attributable to the 7% decline in the price of aluminium.

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Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Gerhard Falch


AMAG: Another strong showing in a difficult market environment

The AMAG Group’s Metal, Casting and Rolling divisions were all operating at full capacity in the first half of 2013. In spite of the challenging market environment, order backlog was satisfactory in the second quarter. Total shipments rose by 1% year on year to 181,900 t in the first six months of this year, with the 4% improvement in the Rolling division more than making up for the declines in the Casting and Metal divisions (2% and 1% respectively). Second-quarter shipments were virtually unchanged on the like period of 2012, at 93,700 t (Q2 2012: 94,000 t).

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Testing technology at highest level: The demands made on testing technology have undergone a permanent increase due to the sophisticated applications in the aerospace industry.


AMAG: million-euro supply contract signed with EADS

AMAG Austria Metall AG, based in Ranshofen, Upper Austria, concluded a multi-year contract with EADS effective January 1, 2013, for the supply of aluminium plate and sheet to manufacture structural and skin components. The order volume is up to EUR 100 million. AMAG and EADS have been cooperating since 2005.

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AMAG: Sound earnings despite strong decline in aluminium price

In the 1st quarter of 2013, production was at full capacity in the three Divisions Metal, Casting and Rolling of the AMAG Group. The order situation as of the end of March 2013 is very sound. The total shipment volume was increased by 2%, to 88,100 tons, with the Metal and Rolling Divisions achieving growth rates of 4% and 5%, respectively.

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AMAG Fiscal Year Press Conference, from left to right: Helmut Kaufmann (COO), Helmut Falch (CEO), Gerald Mayer (CFO)


Fiscal Year 2012: Year of record operational performance

The AMAG Group achieved sales of 814.2 mEUR in the fiscal year 2012 and continues on the prior year's level of 813.1 mEUR despite the average price of aluminium falling 370 USD/t. The earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) dropped for the same reason, from 149.7 mEUR in 2011 to 133.8 mEUR in 2012, thus remaining on a high level.

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