News & Ad hoc Archive 2009
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Against the backdrop of a severe economic crisis, Wincor Nixdorf emerged from the fiscal year just ended with only a moderate fall in sales, although profit contracted at a more pronounced rate.
The continuing economic crisis has had an impact on Wincor Nixdorf AG’s results in the first nine months of fiscal 2008/2009. The company, which specializes in IT solutions for bank branches and retail stores, posted net sales of 1,729 million euros, a decline of 1% over the previous year (1,738 million euros).
Wincor Nixdorf has won a large order from NETTO Marken-Discount, a subsidiary of EDEKA Handelsgesellschaft that is headquartered in Ponholz near Regensburg, to equip NETTO’s stores with 1,500 reverse vending machines. This makes Wincor Nixdorf NETTO’s primary supplier of reverse vending.
Wincor Nixdorf has acquired a controlling interest in Connections Canada Inc. (CCi), effective May 1.
Wincor Nixdorf AG closed the first six months of fiscal 2008/2009 with an increase of 4% in net sales and 2% in operating profit (EBITA). An expert in IT solutions for bank branches and retail stores, Wincor Nixdorf increased its net sales in the first half of the year to 1,234 million euros (1,183 million euros) and EBITA to 103 million euros (101 million euros). Profits for the period rose by 5% to 64 million euros (61 million euros).
Wincor Nixdorf is set to equip Shell International Petroleum Company Limited (“Shell”) service stations internationally with a new service station solution and, in doing so, further standardize large sections of Shell’s service station network.
The shareholders of Wincor Nixdorf AG approved all items on the agenda of today's Annual General Meeting in Paderborn with overwhelming majorities. For fiscal 2007/2008 shareholders in the company will receive a dividend payment of €2.13 per share.
Wincor Nixdorf reaffirms outlook, but attunes
to economic crisis
Wincor Nixdorf AG completed the first quarter of the current fiscal year with 7 percent growth in net sales and an 8 percent increase in operating profit (EBITA).