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SSAB AB produces, sells, and exports steel products. It operates in four segments: SSAB EMEA, SSAB Americas, SSAB APAC, and Tibnor. The company offers structural steel for sustainable and lightweight solutions; wear plate for maximum payload and service life; cold rolled steel for lightweight and safe components; structural steel for heavy and demanding applications; pre-painted steel for buildings; protection plate for the safety of life and property; and engineering and tool steel. Its principal products include quenched steel, heavy plates, and strip products. SSAB AB markets its steel products under the Domex, Docol, Prelaq, Hardox, Weldox, Armox, and Toolox brands. It is also involved in the distribution of steel and metal products in northern Europe; and the provision of value added services, such as product development, processing, logistics, and aftermarket services. The company offers its products to heavy transport, engineering and mechanical engineering, mining and mining equipment, automotive, energy, heavy machinery, and construction equipment industries. It operates in the Middle East, Africa, North America, Latin America, Australia, New Zealand, Asia, and Europe. SSAB AB was founded in 1978 and is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden.

16,887 Employees
Last Reported Date: 02/9/15
Founded in 1978

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SSAB AB Reports Consolidated and Parent Earnings Results for the Fourth Quarter and Full Year Ended December 31, 2014; Provides Capital Expenditure Guidance for 2015

SSAB AB reported consolidated and parent earnings results for the fourth quarter and full year ended December 31, 2014. For the quarter, the company reported operating loss of SEK 622 million, loss for the period after financial items was SEK 1,423 million, loss for the period after tax was SEK 1,312 million, loss for the period attributable to parent company's shareholders was SEK 1,313 million or SEK 2.39 loss per share on sales of SEK 15,200 million against operating loss of SEK 282 million, loss for the period after financial items was SEK 436 million, loss for the period after tax was SEK 265 million, loss for the period attributable to parent company's shareholders was SEK 265 million or SEK 0.82 loss per share on sales of SEK 9,387 million for the same period a year ago. Cash flow from operating activities was SEK 1,323 million against SEK 463 million for the same period a year ago. Capital expenditure payments in plants and machinery was SEK 652 million against SEK 289 million for the same period a year ago. For the year, the company reported operating loss of SEK 107 million, loss for the period after financial items was SEK 1,589 million, loss for the period after tax was SEK 1,394 million, loss for the period attributable to parent company's shareholders was SEK 1,399 million or SEK 3.33 loss per share on sales of SEK 47,752 million against operating loss of SEK 1,131 million, loss for the period after financial items was SEK 1,728 million, loss for the period after tax was SEK 1,066 million, loss for the period attributable to parent company's shareholders was SEK 1,066 million or SEK 3.29 loss per share on sales of SEK 36,455 million for the same period a year ago. Negative return on equity after tax was 4% against 4% for the same period a year ago. Cash flow from operating activities was SEK 1,737 million against SEK 1,735 million for the same period a year ago. Capital expenditure payments in plants and machinery was SEK 1,672 million against SEK 807 million for the same period a year ago. EBITDA for the full year of 2014 was SEK 3.7 billion. Year-over-year its net debt had increased with close to SEK 10 billion, which is mainly due to take over of the Ruukki debt by the company. For the quarter, the company reported parent operating loss of SEK 76 million, loss for the period after financial items was SEK 782 million, profit for the period after tax was SEK 531 million against operating loss of SEK 43 million, loss for the period after financial items was SEK 36 million, profit for the period after tax was SEK 263 million for the same period a year ago. Total comprehensive loss for the year was SEK 250 million against total comprehensive income for the year was SEK 188 million for the same period a year ago. For the year, the company reported parent operating loss of SEK 232 million, loss for the period after financial items was SEK 681 million, profit for the period after tax was SEK 706 million against operating loss of SEK 62 million, loss for the period after financial items was SEK 250 million, profit for the period after tax was SEK 113 million for the same period a year ago. Total comprehensive loss for the year was SEK 1,014 million against total comprehensive income for the year was SEK 186 million for the same period a year ago. The company will spend around SEK 800 million in Luleå in 2015. The company said in the Capital Markets Day that it believes R&C will be between SEK 1.6 billion and SEK 1.8 billion. And then with the relining of the blast furnace in Luleå, which is obviously a significant investment for the company, that doesn't happen that often. For 2015, the company's capex level will be in the upper range of that or even slightly above that.

SSAB AB Announces Redundancy Regarding 210 Employees in its Borlã¤Nge Production Site

SSAB AB gave notice of redundancy regarding 210 employees at the production site in Borlänge, Sweden. This notice of redundancy is a result of proposal to close the galvanizing line and colour-coating line in Borlänge. Through this structural change, the SSAB Europe division is optimising and streamlining the production of certain products to different production sites. The strategic aim of this restructuring is that the Borlänge mill will in future specialise in hot-rolled and cold-rolled strip products. The company said it will initiate employer-employee negotiations in Sweden. These negotiations affect 210 employees out of a total of 2,100 employees at SSAB´s mill in Borlänge.

SSAB AB, 2014 Earnings Call, Feb 10, 2015

SSAB AB, 2014 Earnings Call, Feb 10, 2015

 

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