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EMS Group: Retirement of Peter Germann (EMS-Gruppe)

23.05.2024
After 29 years with the EMS Group, Executive Management member Peter Germann will retire on May 31, 2024. The Executive Management was already strengthened in 2023 with Urs Janssen and Olivier Minger. more

First-quarter report 2024 (January - March 2024) of the EMS Group (Ad-hoc-Mitteilungen, EMS-Gruppe, Finanzen)

25.04.2024
The EMS Group, active worldwide in the business areas High Performance Polymers and Specialty Chemicals and with its companies combined in EMS-CHEMIE HOLDING AG, achieved net sales of CHF 545 million (614) in the first three months of 2024. While a significantly stronger Swiss Franc hampered net sales development, the global sales offensive, launched in 2023, already delivered pleasing results with profitable new business in the first quarter of 2024. Sales volumes and net operating income (EBIT) exceeded previous year. more

EMS Group: Finance Report 2023 (Ad-hoc-Mitteilungen, EMS-Gruppe, Finanzen)

22.03.2024
Ad hoc announcement pursuant to Art. 53 LRmore

Key figures EMS Group: Annual Results 2023 (Ad-hoc-Mitteilungen, Finanzen, EMS-Gruppe)

09.02.2024
The EMS Group, with its companies combined in the EMS-CHEMIE HOLDING AG and globally active in the business areas High Performance Polymers and Specialty Chemicals, achieved net sales amounting to CHF 2,189 million (2,442) and a net operating income of CHF 493 million (611) in 2023. Net income reached CHF 461 million (535). Successfully realized new business was not able to make up for the general restraint shown by consumers and companies or the effect of weaker foreign currencies to the Swiss Franc. more

Third-quarter report 2023 (January - September 2023) of the EMS Group (Ad-hoc-Mitteilungen, EMS-Gruppe, Finanzen)

31.10.2023
The EMS Group, with its companies combined in the EMS-CHEMIE HOLDING AG and globally active in the business areas High Performance Polymers and Specialty Chemicals, achieved net sales amounting to CHF 1,697 million (1,871) in the first nine months of 2023. New business, generated successfully in all markets, was not able to compensate for general restraint shown by consumers and companies, or the effect of weaker foreign currencies to the Swiss Franc. In local currencies, net sales in the USA and China were higher than previous year. more

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