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  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents10 months ago

    Edited Transcript of XRM earnings conference call or presentation 27-Jul-18 1:00pm GMT

    Q2 2018 Xerium Technologies Inc Earnings Call

  • Moody's11 months ago

    Xerium Technologies, Inc. -- Moody's: Proposed acquisition by Andritz AG credit positive for Xerium

    Moody's says on June 24, Xerium Technologies, Inc. (B2 stable) announced it will be acquired by Austria-based equipment supplier Andritz AG (unrated) for approximately $833 million in cash, including net financial liabilities of $590 million. The transaction is credit positive as Xerium's debt will either be assumed or repaid and the company will become part of a larger global supplier with stronger credit metrics. The companies announced that Andritz will pay $13.50 per Xerium share in cash, or more than 100% premium over Friday's close of $6.61.

  • Reuters11 months ago

    Austria's Andritz buys U.S. firm Xerium for $833 mln in cash

    Andritz has agreed to buy U.S. machine industry company and supplier Xerium Technologies in a cash deal worth roughly $833 million, the Austrian engineering group said on Monday. The move will enable Andritz, which makes machines and production lines for industries ranging from textiles and hydropower to steel and recycling, to strengthen its position in the paper industry, which Xerium supplies with parts and services. Investors welcomed the deal, sending Andritz's shares up 4.4 percent, making them the top gainer in Austria's blue-chip index .

  • Reuters11 months ago

    Austria's Andritz agrees to buy U.S. firm Xerium in $833 mln deal

    Andritz has agreed to buy U.S. machine industry company and supplier Xerium Technologies in a cash deal worth roughly $833 million, the Austrian engineering group said on Monday. The move will enable Andritz, which makes machines and production lines for industries ranging from textiles and hydropower to steel and recycling, to strengthen its position in the paper industry, which Xerium supplies with parts and services. "Andritz will acquire Xerium for $13.50 per share in cash, in a transaction valued at approximately $833 million, including net financial liabilities of approximately $590 million," the Austrian company said.