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Last €94.00 EUR
Change Today +1.47 / 1.59%
Volume 58.6K
LEY On Other Exchanges
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As of 11:35 AM 09/4/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).

faiveley transport (LEY) Snapshot

Open
€93.00
Previous Close
€92.53
Day High
€94.00
Day Low
€92.00
52 Week High
07/28/15 - €98.50
52 Week Low
10/20/14 - €40.04
Market Cap
1.4B
Average Volume 10 Days
25.6K
EPS TTM
€3.88
Shares Outstanding
14.6M
EX-Date
10/1/15
P/E TM
24.2x
Dividend
€0.90
Dividend Yield
0.85%
Current Stock Chart for FAIVELEY TRANSPORT (LEY)

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faiveley transport (LEY) Details

Faiveley Transport SA, through its subsidiaries, manufactures railway equipment. It offers energy and comfort products, including pantographs, energy meters, switches, auxiliary power converters, driving aid and recording systems, CCTV and passenger information systems, as well as heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems. The company also provides access and mobility systems, such as platform doors, automatic platform gates, access doors, interior doors, and movable steps and ramp systems. In addition, it offers brakes and safety products, which include couplers, buffers and self-lubricated buffers, air generation and treatment units, brake controllers, brake frames, wheel and axle mounted discs, disc and tread brake units, magnetic track brakes, sanding systems, and pantograph compressors. Further, the company provides friction pair and engineering services, as well as spare parts. It serves light rail vehicle, metro, freight, high speed, locomotive, and regional train markets in France and rest of Europe, the Americas, and the Asia/Pacific. The company was formerly known as Faiveley S.A. and changed its name to Faiveley Transport SA in September 2009. Faiveley Transport SA was founded in 1919 and is headquartered in Gennevilliers, France. Faiveley Transport SA is a subsidiary of Financière Faiveley.

5,448 Employees
Last Reported Date: 07/2/15
Founded in 1919

faiveley transport (LEY) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman of Management Board and Chief Execut...
Total Annual Compensation: €1.0M
Chief Financial Officer and Member of the Man...
Total Annual Compensation: €505.1K
Member of The Management Board
Total Annual Compensation: €115.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

faiveley transport (LEY) Key Developments

Faiveley Transport Receives Contract from Stadler Rail Group

Faiveley Transport has received a contract with Stadler Rail Group to supply heating, ventilation and air-conditioning, or HVAC, and pressure protection systems which will equip the newly developed Swiss EC250 EuroCity high-speed trains. The EC250 EuroCity high-speed trains, ordered in 2014 by SBB to Stadler Rail Group for future international NRLA (New Rail Link through the Alps) services, are designed to operate in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and Austria at a maximum speed of 250 km/h. Made up of eleven cars, the newly developed EC250 is a 200 meters long articulated train and the world's first single-decker low floor high-speed train. Under the terms of the contract worth more than €10 million, Faiveley Transport will be in charge of the design, engineering, manufacturing and extensive testing of HVAC systems (Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning) for passenger compartments and driver cabs. HVAC systems will comprise pressure protection devices, preventing sudden pressure changes on high-speed trains and providing passengers with world-class comfort. Delivery is expected to start by mid-2016 and completed in 2020.

St Phane Rambaud-Measson to Join Wabtec as President and Chief Executive Officer of Wabtec's Faiveley Transport Group and as Wabtec Corporate Executive Vice President

Wabtec Corporation plans to acquire Faiveley Transport S.A. Upon completion of the transaction, St phane Rambaud-Measson, current chairman of the Management Board and chief executive officer of Faiveley Transport, will join Wabtec as president and chief executive officer of Wabtec's Faiveley Transport group and as Wabtec corporate executive vice president, reporting to Betler.

Faiveley Transport S.A., Westinghouse Air Brake Technologies Corporation - M&A Call

To discuss acquisition of Faiveley Transport S.A.

 

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