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Astaldi H1 Net Loss At EUR 83.8 Mln
Astaldi Says Consolidated Figures At 30 June 2020 Of Order Backlog Of EUR 7.7 Bln
Astaldi Says Auditing Firm Unable To Issue Opinion On 2018 And 2019 Financial Statements On Uncertainties About Business Continuity
Astaldi SpA is an Italy-based company primarily engaged in the construction industry. The Company structures its business into five main sectors: Transport Infrastructure, Energy Production Plants, Civil and Industrial Construction, Plant Engineering and Maintenance, and Concessions. The Company’s construction portfolio consists of railways, subways, bridges, roads, motorways, ports, airports, dams, hydroelectric plants, waterworks, oil pipelines, gas pipelines, treatment plants, hospitals, police academy and fair center, among others. Through Concessions sector, the Company is engaged in the operation of car parks, motorways and healthcare construction, among others. As of December 31, 2012, the Company’s subsidiaries included Astaldi Concessioni Srl, Toledo Scrl, Astaldi Canada Inc, 3E System Srl, Astaldi Bulgaria Ltd and Italstrade IS Srl, among others.
Via Giulio Vincenzo Bona, 65
Chairman of the Board
Vittorio Di Paola
Filippo Maria Stinellis
Chief Executive Officer, Director
Non-Executive Independent Deputy Chairman of the Board
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A court in El Salvador has ordered $227 million of assets of the Italian company Astaldi be frozen amid judicial proceedings against the construction company, the attorney general's office said on Tuesday.
An Italian court has given final approval to a plan to rescue ailing Italian construction company Astaldi <AST.MI>, paving the way for a tie-up with bigger rival Webuild <WBD.MI>, formerly known as Salini Impregilo.
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