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Aalberts N.V. (AALB.AS)

Amsterdam - Amsterdam Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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Previous Close44.94
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Day's Range44.64 - 45.20
52 Week Range27.54 - 47.35
Avg. Volume193,085
Market Cap4.962B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.80
PE Ratio (TTM)42.33
EPS (TTM)1.06
Earnings DateJul 22, 2021
Forward Dividend & Yield0.60 (1.34%)
Ex-Dividend DateMay 31, 2021
1y Target Est38.50
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      Aalberts N.V.: Aalberts trading update - first four months 2021

      Utrecht, 11 May 2021 Aalberts made a good start of the year. In the first four months we realised an organic revenue growth of 15% compared to last year. The orderbook end of April was 30% higher than last year. Activities in our eco-friendly buildings end market did very well in all regions. Several growth drivers are contributing to this good performance. First, the market recovery and the restocking of the distribution channels after the COVID-19 impact last year. Secondly, end users are investing more in renovation and upgrading of residential housing. Thirdly, our innovations launched the last years are driving our growth, such as the expansion of our offering of connection and valve technology and our hydronic flow control solutions in combination with digital services. This is accelerated by governmental support programmes stimulating building efficiency and the transition towards sustainable heating and cooling systems. In the semicon efficiency end market we again realised a strong growth and performance in the first four months of the year. Long-term growth drivers are strong microchip demand for computer logic and storage, e-mobility developments, investments in new fabs and 5G roll-out. Based on these growth drivers, the existing orderbook and discussions with our key accounts we expect a strong growth for this year and the years ahead. We are in the process of preparing further expansions in all our locations. In parallel, we are recruiting additional engineers to facilitate the requests for many new co-developments. Our activities in the sustainable transportation end market showed a strong recovery driven by more customer demand, restocking of the supply chain and new technology developments in the electrification of vehicles, such as new and higher specifications for surface technologies for lightweight materials in combination with precision manufactured parts. Our sustainable fluid control solutions for climate systems in passenger cars showed a strong growth. In the aerospace market we see a slight recovery of order intake. In the end market for industrial niches our orderbook increased the last months and we expect a further increase towards the second half of the year. First signs of recovery within beverage dispense are visible. So far, we have no severe issues with raw material shortages. Our business teams are managing the local situation with their suppliers. In the first four months of the year we evaluated the business development and innovation roadmaps with our business teams and accelerated and expanded the existing projects and initiated additional developments. To facilitate these growth plans our capital expenditure for this year and the coming years will increase. The strategic restructuring and inventory reduction projects made good progress and are on track. Our goal is to evolve faster into an even stronger and better Aalberts, realising our strategic objectives. contact+31 (0)30 3079 301 (from 8:00 am CEST)investors@aalberts.com regulated informationThis press release contains information that qualifies or may qualify as inside information within the meaning of Article 7(1) of the EU Market Abuse Regulation. Attachment press release in pdf

    • Aalberts N.V.: Aalberts strengthens hydronic flow control position in eco-friendly buildings

      Aalberts N.V.: Aalberts strengthens hydronic flow control position in eco-friendly buildings

      Utrecht, 15 April 2021 Aalberts N.V. has reached an agreement to acquire 100% of the shares of Sentinel Performance Solutions Group Limited (Sentinel) based in Daresbury (UK), generating an annual revenue of approximately GBP 20 million with 60 FTE. Sentinel is specialised in the cleaning, protecting and maintenance of heating and cooling systems in eco-friendly buildings through the optimisation of water quality. The Sentinel portfolio of additives, filters, and scale protection ensures optimum temperature transfer to all applicable parts in heating and cooling systems. This contributes significantly to energy savings, improves the system performance and extends the lifetime. The Sentinel product range will further strengthen the existing portfolio of Aalberts hydronic flow control, offering integrated solutions to increase the energy efficiency of heating and cooling systems in eco-friendly buildings from source to emitter. The strong sales organisation of Aalberts hydronic flow control will drive the growth of Sentinel’s product range in regions and segments where Sentinel is not yet active. Utilising the combined strength and knowledge of our teams will result in a long-term innovation roadmap, aimed at driving significant future growth in improving the energy efficiency of heating and cooling systems for our end users. The digital services developed by Aalberts in recent years, will be part of this roadmap. The experienced management team of Sentinel, led by David Barrett, will continue to manage the company. Sentinel will become the competence centre of water quality within Aalberts hydronic flow control, including the existing water quality activities of Aalberts hydronic flow control in France. Sentinel’s base location in Daresbury (UK) will utilise the resources of Aalberts hydronic flow control in St Helens (UK) to facilitate future growth. The results of Sentinel will be consolidated as of 1 May 2021. The acquisition will directly contribute to the earnings per share and will be financed from existing credit facilities. Please visit www.sentinelprotects.com for additional information. contact +31 (0)30 3079 301 (from 8:00 am CEST) investors@aalberts.com Attachment press release in pdf

    • Aalberts N.V.: Aalberts accelerates strategy and continues investments and innovations; solid and resilient performance with strong free cash flow

      Aalberts N.V.: Aalberts accelerates strategy and continues investments and innovations; solid and resilient performance with strong free cash flow

      Utrecht, 24 February 2021 highlights o limited number of COVID-19 infections; continued operations in a safe wayo revenue EUR 2,610 million; organic decline 7.0% o orderbook at year-end 9.3% higher than last year o EBITA amounted to EUR 283* million; as a % of revenue 10.8* o net profit before amortisation EUR 200* million; per share EUR 1.81* o strong free cash flow of EUR 339 million o net debt (before IFRS 16) reduced with 24% to EUR 444 million o continued investments and innovations; capital expenditure EUR 95 million o acceleration strategy: one-off full year strategic restructuring cost (SRC) of EUR 51 million with an annual benefit of approx. EUR 50 million CEO statement “We are fortunate that we only faced a limited number of COVID-19 infections. Our Aalberts people did a great job in continuing our operations in a safe way, serving our customers worldwide. Our business was impacted with an organic revenue decline of 7%. We focused on cash management, cost optimisations and innovations. We delivered a resilient and solid performance with an added-value of 61.6% and an EBITA of EUR 283* million, reflecting our portfolio and market position improvements over the last years. In the first half of the year we accelerated our strategy with many strategic restructuring projects to simplify our organisation, reduce our structural costs and to further improve our portfolio to evolve into a stronger and better Aalberts, realising our strategic objectives. This has led to a one-off strategic restructuring cost during 2020, which will partly benefit 2020 and fully 2021. We continued our capital expenditure (EUR 95 million) in growing product lines, future technologies and innovations and strengthened our R&D capacity. Some building and capacity expansion investments were postponed.” dividend We propose a cash dividend of EUR 0.60 per share (2019: EUR 0.80) to the General Meeting, a decrease of 25%. outlook We will drive our organic revenue growth and innovation initiatives and increase our capital expenditure. We continue the strategic restructuring projects and inventory reduction programme and further improve our portfolio to realise our strategic objectives. We will continue to strengthen our market positions and niche technologies with bolt-on acquisitions. Attachment full press release in pdf