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Securitas AB is a Sweden-based provider of security solutions, including specialized guarding, aviation security services and international security solutions, among others. It operates through five business segments. Security Services North America business segment offers security services in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Security Services Europe offers security services in 27 countries in Europe. Mobile and Monitoring provides mobile services, such as beat patrol and call-out services, and monitoring services, such as alarm surveillance for homes, and small and medium-sized businesses. Security Services Ibero-America provides security services in Latin America, Portugal and Spain. New Markets provides security services in the Middle East, Asia and Africa. The Company's subsidiaries include Selectron, Rentsec, Vamsa, Tehnomobil, Central de Alarmas Adler, Automatic Alarm, Suddeutsche Bewachung and Johnson & Thompson.
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President - Securitas Electronic Security
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* Pandemic hit to airport security ops remains significant (Adds CEO comment, background)
A block of 10 million B-shares in Swedish security services firm Securitas was traded late on Wednesday following the close of the stock market, Refinitiv data showed on Thursday.
Securitas <SECUb.ST>, the world's biggest security services group, said on Wednesday it would cut costs further as its second-quarter earnings beat market forecasts despite impact from the coronavirus pandemic.
Securitas <SECUb.ST>, the world's biggest security group, reported on Thursday a sharp fall in first-quarter profit as demand for luggage screening at airports and other services slumped due to the coronavirus.
Securitas, the world's biggest security services group, reported on Thursday a drop in first-quarter profit that roughly matched expectations, and slight organic sales growth despite negative impact in March from the COVID-19 epidemic.
* ORGANIC SALES GROWTH DECLINED IN ALL -BUSINESS SEGMENTS DUE TO EXTRA-ORDINARY SITUATION OF -CORONA PANDEMIC WHICH STARTED TO AFFECT OUR BUSINESS IN BEGINNING OF MARCH AND INCREASINGLY THROUGHOUT MONTH
* SAID ON TUESDAY WITHDRAWS THE DIVIDEND PROPOSAL, REVISES PROPOSALS TO THE AGM AND VOTING PROCEDURES DUE TO THE COVID-19 SITUATION
* GROUP BELIEVES THERE IS A RISK OF MATERIAL IMPACT COMPARED TO EARLIER EXPECTATIONS
Sweden's Securitas aims to double sales of electronic security, including combined packages, to about 40 billion crowns ($4.2 billion) by 2023, it said on Thursday.
Securitas <SECUb.ST>, the world's biggest security services group, reported a rise in third-quarter profit as improved margins in North America helped offset wage cost pressure in Europe and said it outgrew the market in the first nine months.
* Price hikes lagged wage cost increases in H1 (Adds CEO, analyst comments, shares, detail, background)
* Says passed on wage costs to customers (Adds detail, background)
Sweden's Securitas, the world's biggest security services group, reported on Monday a slightly bigger rise than forecast in first-quarter core profit and an unexpected acceleration in organic growth.
* New investments, savings programmes to squeeze free cash flow (Adds management, analyst comment, updates shares)
Sweden's Securitas, the world's biggest security services firm, is launching two transformation programs to modernize its IT platform, reduce costs and boost margins in North America, it said on Wednesday.
Sweden's Securitas said on Friday it had grown strongly in all its markets as the world's biggest security services firm beat third-quarter core earnings forecasts.
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