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A company with a strong financial foundation, growth and future promise, Oerlikon is on the leading edge of technology and innovation, serving our customers in ways that profoundly improve their businesses.

We generated sales of CHF 2.3 billion (FY 2020) and distribute a sustainable dividend to our shareholders. Our net cash position and unlevered balance sheet allow for organic and inorganic investments.

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Stephan Gick

Stephan Gick

Head of Investor Relations
Peter Dickson

Peter Dickson

Senior Investor Relations Manager

Q1 2021 Results

Robust first-quarter performance. On track for full year. INglass acquisition positions Polymer Processing Solutions for growth.

  • Group Q1 order intake +34.6%, sales +7.2% and operational EBITDA +46% year-over-year.
  • Surface Solutions operational EBITDA margin improved to 17.7%, driven by structural cost-out actions and a better business mix. Sales recovery in automotive, tooling and general industries continues, while aerospace remains slow.
  • Polymer Processing Solutions first-quarter results are on track with full-year guidance. Recently announced acquisition of INglass is expected to be immediately margin and cash accretive on completion and positions the Division for growth.
  • 2021 guidance confirmed.
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FY 2020 Results

Resilient performance in challenging COVID-driven environment; First Sustainability Report published; Ordinary dividend payout of CHF 0.35 per share

  • Resilient Group 2020 performance in highly challenging end markets due to COVID-19; Manmade Fibers delivered stable results; Surface Solutions top line impacted by pandemic-weakened end markets; swiftly executed cost-out actions position company for the future.
  • First Sustainability Report underlines Oerlikon’s sustainability credentials and commitment to ESG.
  • Board will propose an ordinary dividend of CHF 0.35 per share at the AGM.
  • Outlook for 2021: Group sales between CHF 2.35–2.45 billion and operational EBITDA margin of 15.5–16.0%.
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