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Valeo Q1 Sales Rises To 4.67 Billion Euros, Confirms 2021 Objectives
Valeo Joins CAC 40 ESG Index
Valeo Sees FY 2021 EBITDA Between EUR 2.25 billion-EUR 2.45 billion
Valeo SA is an automotive supplier. The Company is a technology company, which is focused on the design, production and sale of components, integrated systems, modules and services for the automotive sector. Its segments include Comfort & Driving Assistance Systems, Powertrain Systems, Thermal Systems and Visibility Systems. The Comfort & Driving Assistance Systems segment includes three product groups, including driving assistance, interior controls and connected cars. The Powertrain Systems segment includes four product groups, including electrical systems, transmission systems, combustion engine systems and electronics. The Thermal Systems segment has five product groups, including Thermal Climate Control, Thermal Powertrain, Thermal Compressors, Thermal Front End and Thermal Bus Systems. The Visibility Systems segment includes lighting systems and wiper systems. It supplies original equipment spares to automakers and replacement parts to the independent aftermarket.
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French car parts maker Valeo said on Tuesday it swung to a 1.2 billion euro loss in the first half of 2020, after production was hit by the coronavirus crisis, and that it had cut some 10% of staff among measures to reduce costs.
* FINANCIAL OBJECTIVES INVALIDATED DUE TO THE DROP IN ACTIVITY AND THE LACK OF VISIBILITY REGARDING THE END OF THE CRISIS
French car parts company Valeo said on Tuesday it had reached a deal with three major trade unions, allowing the company to ensure maximum protection for workers in light of the coronavirus and to allow for a gradual re-start to operations.
French car parts group Valeo <VLOF.PA> abandoned its 2020 financial targets on Tuesday because of the hit to its business from the coronavirus outbreak, although it got 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion) in extra credit lines to shore up its finances.
French mutual fund Fonds Strategique de Participations (FSP), which is backed by insurance companies, has built a 4% stake in car equipment maker Valeo as part of a wider plan to support companies through the coronavirus crisis.
French mutual fund Fonds Strategique de Participations (FSP), which has built a stake of 4% in French car equipment maker Valeo, and will get a seat on its board of directors, FSP said on Wednesday. "This investment was progressively built since 2019", FSP said in a statement...
* SAYS IT WILL BE GRADUALLY CLOSING DOWN ITS FRENCH FACTORIES FOR NOW Further company coverage: (Paris Newsroom)
Paris-based automotive supplier Valeo <VLOF.PA> said on Thursday it expects to outperform a tough auto market in 2020 as strict cost controls help it boost free cash flow and operating margin.
Paris-based automotive supplier Valeo said on Thursday that even given auto sector uncertainty, it expects to significantly outperform the market in 2020.
Auto parts maker Valeo is not experiencing any major disruption to its supply chain in China for now despite the spread of the coronavirus, CEO Jacques Aschenbroich said on Wednesday.
French car parts maker Valeo <VLOF.PA> said on Monday it planned to double its free cash flow generation from 2020 to 2022 to reach between 1.3 billion euros ($1.43 billion) and 1.5 billion euros ($1.65 billion).
French car parts supplier Valeo <VLOF.PA> cautioned on Thursday that the General Motors strike was currently costing it around 160 million euros ($178 million) in sales and around 50 million euros in operating margin terms.
French car parts supplier Valeo's <VLOF.PA> first-half operating profit fell by almost a third amid declining vehicle production in major markets, but it said it was on track to slash costs and deliver on full-year goals.
French auto parts maker Valeo said its profit fell in the first half due to slowing car production in major markets.
* DGAP-NEWS: NEWRON'S COMMERCIALIZATION PARTNER ZAMBON AND VALEO PHARMA ANNOUNCE THE LAUNCH OF ONSTRYV(R) (SAFINAMIDE) FOR PARKINSON'S DISEASE IN CANADA Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)
* Valeo shares rise (Adds share price reaction and background)
French car parts company Valeo has won 500 million euros ($564 million) worth of orders for its 'Lidar' car sensor products, Valeo executive Marc Vrecko told Reuters in an interview, highlighting the potential growth of Lidar.
* French government's Bpifrance intends to support Valeo's CEO
France has raised its stake in car parts group Valeo to just above 7 percent, through state bank Bpifrance as it looks to protect leading companies from activist shareholders.
Shares in French car parts company Valeo rose more than 3 percent in early trade on Friday, as investors and analysts welcomed the company's statement that its performance would improve in the second half of the year.
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