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VAT Q3 Order Intake Up At CHF 299 Mln
VAT Group H1 Net Income Up At CHF 99.2 Million
VAT Group Q2 Net Sales At CHF 224 Mln
VAT Group AG is a Switzerland-based company engaged in the manufacture of industrial valves. The Company focuses on designing and producing vacuum valves for semiconductor, display and solar panel manufacturing, as well as for a range of industry and research applications. Its activities are divided into three business areas: Valves, Global Services and Industry. The Valves division provides isolation, control and transfer valves used in vacuum-based manufacturing processes. The Global Services area offers advisory and after sales services, such as trainings, equipment repair and overhaul, valve upgrade and spare parts sale. The Industry segment manufactures and markets welded bellows, machine parts, mechanical components and assemblies. The Company operates worldwide.
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Seelistrasse 1, Haag
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Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Group Management Board, Member of the Executive Committee
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Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Executive Committee
Chief Operating Officer, Member of the Executive Committee
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New orders for the Swiss mechanical, electrical and metal engineering sector fell 14.7% in the third quarter versus the year-earlier period, bringing the decline for the first nine months to 13.2%, sector group Swissmem said on Friday.
Swiss vacuum valve maker VAT Group on Friday said it is prolonging shorter working hours for 400 production employees for another three months through June 30, citing persistent soft market conditions particularly in semiconductor equipment.
* Analysts fear 2019 could get worse (Adds details, company comment, analyst comment)
Weak demand from semiconductor customers forced Swiss vacuum valve maker VAT Group to keep 400 production employees on shorter working hours as it seeks to manage a prolonged market slump without shedding trained staff.
German chipmaker Infineon Technologies stood by its earnings forecasts as semiconductor stocks tumbled on Wednesday, after Swiss vacuum valve maker VAT Group said it was cutting working hours at one factory due to weak demand.
* Swiss valve maker to cut hours at one plant, outlook intact
* Swiss valve maker to cut hours, says outlook remains intact
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