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Tikkurila Oyj Applies For Delisting Of Its Shares From Nasdaq Helsinki Ltd
Tikkurila Q2 EBIT Falls To EUR 15.8 Million
Tikkurila CFO Markus Melkko Appointed As Co's Interim CEO
Tikkurila Oyj is a Finland-based company active in the paint industry. It provides consumers, professionals and the industry with products for protecting and decorating surfaces. The Company’s operations are divided into four strategic business units (SBU’s): SBU East, SBU Scandinavia, SBU Finland and SBU Central Eastern Europe (CEE). The Company offers products, including interior paints, lacquers, and effect products, exterior products for wood, masonry, and metal surfaces, as well as services related to painting, among others. In addition, the Company produces paints and coatings for the metal and wood industries. The Company sells decorative paints primarily to home improvement stores, paint store chains, and independent paint retailers. The Company also has its own paint stores. It has four main strategic brands, which include Alcro, Teks, Tikkurila and Vivacolor, as well as a number of local brands, which comprise Beckers, Finncolor, Gamma and Jedynka, among others.
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Michael H. McGarry
Chairman of the Board
Interim Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Management Board
Timothy M. Knavish
Vice Chairman of the Board
Senior Vice President of Sales - East Division, Member of the Management Board
Senior Vice President of Sales - West Division, Member of the Management Board
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Dutch paints and coatings maker Akzo Nobel said on Monday it had given up its effort to buy Finnish peer Tikkurila, four days after U.S. rival PPG Industries had topped its bid.
Dutch paints and coatings maker Akzo Nobel on Monday withdrew its 1.4 billion euro ($1.68 billion) bid for its Finnish peer Tikkurila, four days after U.S. rival PPG Industries had topped its bid.
Dutch paints and coatings maker Akzo Nobel locked horns with U.S. rival PPG Industries again on Monday, making a $1.7 billion counterbid for Finland's Tikkurila.
Tikkurila Oyj on Tuesday agreed to PPG Industries Inc's increased buyout offer of 1.24 billion euros ($1.52 billion) after the Finnish paint maker received a competing proposal.
U.S.-based coatings maker PPG Industries has made an offer to buy Finnish paint producer Tikkurila for a total of 1.1 billion euros ($1.35 billion), the Finnish company said on Friday.
Finnish paints maker Tikkurila said its second-quarter results would beat market expectations as more people made home improvements, lifting its shares by more than 8% on Thursday.
Shares in Finnish paints maker Tikkurila jumped 8.8% on Thursday after the company said its April-June operating profit rose 54% to 32.5 million euros ($36.8 million).
* TIKKURILA WITHDRAWS GUIDANCE FOR 2020, WEAKENED VISIBILITY TO THE IMPACTS OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
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