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VEB Says It Summons VolkerWessels For Late Notification To Investors Of Takeover Bid From Reggeborgh
Koninklijke VolkerWessels 9-Month EBITDA Up At 148 Million Euros
Koninklijke Volkerwessels Announces Interest From Reggeborgh For Possible Public Offer
Koninklijke VolkerWessels NV, formerly Volkerwessels BV is a company based in the Netherlands, which is mainly involved in the construction and civil engineering . The Company's primary activities include real estate development, construction, civil engineering, railway construction, road construction, urban mobility objects construction, and energy networks construction, among others. The Company conducts its business through a number of companies divided into the groups Property development, Building & Property development North region, Building & Property development East region, Building & Property development Western region, Building & Property development Middle region, Building & Property development Southern region, Industrial Building, Mechanical/Electrical installations, Building, equipment and sevices, Park managment and services and Traffic and rail technology, among others.
Jan H. M. Hommen
Independent Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Jan A. de Ruiter
Chairman of the Management Board
Henry M. Holterman
Independent Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Jan G. van Rooijen
Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Management Board
H. de Jong
Director Finance & Control
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The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2100 GMT on Tuesday:
Dutch investor Reggeborgh on Tuesday said it wanted to buy all shares in building company VolkerWessels <KVW.AS> it does not already own, in a bid with a total value of 630 million euros ($694.3 million).
Dutch engineering and construction firm Royal BAM NV warned on Wednesday its 2017 profit will be "substantially lower" than in 2016 following cost overruns on a new sea lock it is building in the town of IJmuiden, near Amsterdam.
Dutch engineering and construction firm Royal BAM NV warned on Wednesday its 2017 profits will be "substantially lower" than in 2016, following cost overruns on a new sea lock it is building in the town of IJmuiden, near Amsterdam.
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