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Aggreko plc is a United Kingdom-based company, which is a provider of modular, mobile power and related solutions. The Company's segments include Power Solutions and Rental Solutions. The Power Solutions segment provides solutions for power requirements. The Power Solutions segment has two businesses: utility and industrial. The Industrial business operates in emerging markets to develop solutions and then rent its equipment for the customers to operate themselves. The Utility business also serves emerging markets, acting as a power provider, installing and operating modular, mobile power plants. The Rental Solutions segment is a transactional business that offers power adjacencies, such as heating, cooling, oil-free air and load-banks. The Company focuses on a range of sectors, including petrochemicals, oil and gas, events, utilities, manufacturing, services, construction, mining and shipping.
Rental & Leasing
120 Bothwell Street
Kenneth George Hanna
Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Heath Stewart Drewett
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
President - Rental Solutions
Group Chief Information Officer
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Aggreko Plc <AGGK.L> has won a roughly $200 million (158 million pounds) contract to supply temporary electricity systems for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic games, the world's largest temporary power provider said on Friday.
Shares of Aggreko Plc <AGGK.L> jumped more than 11 percent on Wednesday, as the world's largest temporary power provider reported a better-than-expected growth in first-half underlying earnings and stuck to its full-year forecast.
Aggreko, the world's largest temporary power provider, reported an 11.8 percent fall in full-year profit, sending its shares down more than 9 percent to their lowest in 8-1/2 years on Tuesday morning.
Aggreko, the world's largest temporary power provider, reported a 11.8 percent fall in full-year profit on Tuesday, hurt in part by discounts and off-hire of its utility contracts in Argentina.
Shares of Aggreko <AGGK.L>, the world's largest temporary power provider, slumped more than 11 percent on Tuesday after the company said orders at its unit that installs and operates power plants fell by more than a third.
Aggreko <AGGK.L>, the world's largest temporary power provider, said its results were hurt by lower pricing on its Argentina contracts as it reported a 10 percent fall in first-half profit.
Aggreko, the world's largest temporary power provider, said its first-half profit fell 10 percent, hurt by discounts it had to make to win a contract in Argentina, the company's single largest market.
Aggreko Plc <AGGK.L>, the world's largest temporary power provider, is losing its respected finance chief Carole Cran, who it said would join Scotland's Forth Ports Ltd.
Aggreko Plc, the world's largest temporary power provider, said Chief Financial Officer Carole Cran had tendered her resignation after 13 years in the role to become the finance head of Forth Ports Ltd, a Scottish infrastructure funds-owned company.
Temporary power provider Aggreko Plc on Friday said Nicolas Fournier is leaving the company with immediate effect, after less than two years as the head of its power solutions division.
Aggreko Plc, the world's largest temporary power provider, said on Thursday it had withdrawn a proposed executive pay policy after some investors disapproved of a new restricted share plan (RSP).
European shares extended losses on Tuesday on an earnings-heavy day as the biggest fallers Aggreko and Casino were all weighed down by results.
Temporary power provider Aggreko Plc <AGGK.L> expects a lower pre-tax profit in 2017 after posting a 3 percent decline in full-year underlying revenue, hurt by low oil prices and currency impact.
Aggreko Plc, the world's largest temporary power provider, said it had been awarded extensions on contracts totalling about 388 megawatts in Argentina, marking a crucial win to help it meet annual profit targets.
UK's Aggreko Plc said on Wednesday it had been appointed the official temporary power provider for the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.
Aggreko Plc, the world's largest temporary power provider, said it was reviewing the value of its North American fleet of oil and gas rental generators after further weakness in that market dragged down its third-quarter underlying revenue.
Temporary power provider Aggreko Plc <AGGK.L> said it was reviewing the carrying value of its specialist equipment business as further weakness in the North American oil and gas market weighed on quarterly underlying revenue.
* Says expect 2016 full year results to be broadly in-line with current market expectations, with pre-exceptional profit before tax of around £225 million
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