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Metso: EGM Approves Partial Demerger And Combination With Outotec
Metso Q3 Adjusted Ebita Improved To EUR 131 Mln
Metso: Finnish Financial Supervisory Authority Approves Supplement To Prospectus Prepared For Combination Of Outotec And Metso Minerals Business
Metso Oyj is a Finland-based supplier of technology and services for mining, aggregates, oil and gas, pulp, paper, as well as process industries. The Company's segments include Minerals, Flow Control, and Group Head Office and other. The Minerals segment covers the Company's mining, aggregates and recycling, as well as pumps businesses. The Flow Control segment covers the Company's valves business. The Company operates in Europe, North America, South and Central America, Other Asia-Pacific, China, and Africa and Middle East regions. The Company offers its products at over 190 locations in approximately 50 countries. The Company offers a range of products in such categories as wear parts, spare parts, Lokotrack mobile plants, crushers, feeders, screens, conveyors, grinding, separation, pyro processing, bulk materials handling and slurry pumps. Its services include field services, life cycle services for mining, repairs and refurbishment, chamber optimization and engineered upgrades.
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Pekka Juhani Vauramo
President, Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Team
Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Executive Team
Independent Vice Chairman of the Board
President, Recycling; Member of the Executive Team
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Finnish engineering group Metso is merging its main minerals technology business with smaller rival Outotec, Metso said on Thursday, sending shares in both companies higher.
Finnish engineering firm Metso has agreed to buy Canadian mobile crushing and screening equipment manufacturer McCloskey International for 420 million Canadian dollars ($317 million) to expand its product range and client base.
Finnish engineering company Metso said on Monday it had picked Finnair CEO Pekka Vauramo as its new chief executive officer.
* METSO TO ACQUIRE THE VALVE AUTOMATION DIVISION OF INDIA BASED ROTEX MANUFACTURERS AND ENGINEERS PVT LTD TO EXPAND ITS GLOBAL VALVES BUSINESS Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
* Shares drop 10 pct (Adds comments, background, updates shares)
Finish mining equipment maker Metso said on Monday its quarterly sales and profits were lower than expected.
* - LUNDIN MINING AWARDS CONTRACT TO METSO FOR SOMINCOR ZINC EXPANSION PROJECT AT NEVES-CORVO MINE IN PORTUGAL
* METSO RECEIVES FOUR MAJOR OIL AND GAS VALVE ORDERS FROM CHINESE PETROCHEMICAL CUSTOMERS
Finnish engineering company Metso said lower mining equipment orders and high raw material costs hit second-quarter profits, sending its shares down as much as 12 percent on Friday.
* Says Wipro wins IT applications managed services engagement with Finnish company - Valmet Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
* Metso oyj says amount of new bond is eur 300 million and its reoffer interest rate is equivalent to 7-year euro midswap rate 0.417 percent plus 77 basis points
Finland's mining equipment maker Metso on Wednesday appointed Nico Delvaux as chief executive from Swedish rival Atlas Copco to lead growth plans after years of restructuring and weak demand.
Finnish engineering group Metso on Friday reported fourth-quarter profit below market expectations, a sign that demand from its mining customers is not picking up despite a recovery in commodity prices.
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