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Linamar Reports Q1 Sales C$1.782 Billion
Linamar Corp Reports Q4 Sales Of $1,704.8 Million
Linamar Reports Q3 Sales Of C$1.637 Billion
Linamar Corp is a Canada-based manufacturing company. The Company is engaged in the design, development and production of engineered products. It operates through two segments: Industrial segment and Transportation segment. The segments are divided into five operating groups: Skyjack, Agriculture, Machining & Assembly, Light Metal Casting and Forging. The Company’s Skyjack and MacDon companies provide mobile industrial and harvesting equipment, aerial work platforms, telehandlers, draper headers and self-propelled windrowers. The Company’s Machining & Assembly, Light Metal Casting and Forging operating groups focus on precision metallic components, modules and systems for powertrain, driveline and body systems designed for global electrified and traditionally powered vehicle and industrial markets. It operates through approximately 60 manufacturing locations in 17 countries in North and South America, Europe and Asia.
Auto & Truck Parts
287 Speedvale Ave W
Frank J. Hasenfratz
Executive Chairman of the Board
President, Chief Operating Officer
Linda S. Hasenfratz
Chief Executive Officer, Director
Chief Financial Officer
Group President - Linamar Machining and Assembly, Asia and Pacific Group
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Linamar Corp <LNR.TO> on Thursday posted a smaller-than-expected quarterly loss, as the Canadian auto parts maker kept a tight lid on costs to weather the demand fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Canada's Linamar Corp on Thursday posted a quarterly loss compared with a year-ago profit, as the auto parts maker grapples with a demand fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Canadian auto parts maker Linamar Corp <LNR.TO> beat quarterly profit estimates on Wednesday, helped by a cut in capital expenditure, while also boosting its liquidity despite the COVID-19 pandemic that forced automakers to halt production.
Linamar Corp on Wednesday beat first-quarter profit estimates as the Canadian auto parts maker cut capital asset expenditures and improved liquidity as demand declined amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Canadian auto parts maker Linamar Corp's quarterly profit slumped 40.7% on Wednesday, as the coronavirus pandemic hurt customer demand.
* LINAMAR CORP QTRLY SALES FOR Q1 OF 2018 WERE $1,893.9 MILLION, UP $237.9 MILLION FROM $1,656.0 MILLION IN Q1 2017
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