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Epiroc AB is a Sweden-based provider of solutions for demolition and recycling, which offers a range of equipment, service offerings and related spare parts, as well as consumables. The Company’s operations are divided into two segments: Equipment & Service that comprises equipment for mining, exploration and infrastructure, and Tools & Attachments, which offers tools that are attached to larger machines that are used for drilling, demolition, recycling, and service for tools within the segment. Applications for products include blasthole drilling for tunneling, road, railway and dam construction, construction work, ground engineering, as well as for infrastructure applications. Epiroc AB sales products and services in approximately 150 countries.
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Sickla Industrivag 19
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Per A. P. Lindberg
President, Chief Executive Officer, Director
Senior Vice President Controlling and Finance (Chief Financial Officer)
Senior Executive Vice President Mining and Infrastructure
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* Epiroc shares up 1.9% (Adds comments from Chairman and CEO, updates shares, adds background, detail)
The board of Swedish mining equipment maker Epiroc said on Tuesday it appointed Helena Hedblom as the next CEO of the company, taking over from Per Lindberg in March next year.
Sweden's Epiroc <EPIRa.ST> reported a smaller-than-expected third-quarter operating profit rise and a fall in organic order intake, sending shares in the mining equipment maker down 9% early on Friday.
Swedish mining equipment maker Epiroc <EPIRa.ST> reported quarterly operating earnings above market expectations on Thursday, helped by earlier cost-cutting, and said it expected demand in the near term would remain at current strong levels.
* Mining equipment orders 5 pct below forecast, service in line
Swedish engineering group Sandvik reported a better than forecast quarterly order intake on Thursday and said demand remained strong across all its business areas, sending an upbeat signal for the Nordic industrial sector.
Swedish mining equipment maker Epiroc reported quarterly order intake and underlying profitability slightly below analyst forecasts on Tuesday and said it expected near-term demand to remain at the current level.
Swedish metal-cutting tools and mining gear maker Sandvik <SAND.ST> reported resilient fourth-quarter earnings on Monday as strong demand in North America outweighed a softening in Asia on the back of a weaker auto sector.
Swedish metal-cutting tools and mining gear maker Sandvik on Wednesday reported fourth-quarter earnings and order intake just above analyst forecasts and said underlying customer activity had been stable in all customer segments except for a drop in automotive.
Euro zone shares ended a choppy session well in positive territory on Thursday as positive corporate results in France and a late boost from a weakening euro - a boon for exporters - lifted the market.
European shares sank on Thursday as a heavy selloff in U.S. and Asian markets spread to the region and weak results from AB InBev and WPP among others underlined investors' anxieties about slowing earnings growth in an uncertain political landscape.
Sweden's Sandvik said on Tuesday order intake had improved significantly and broadly with stable activity also seen in an automotive industry hit by recent wobbles as it posted quarterly core earnings just ahead of forecast.
Swedish engineering firm Sandvik reported quarterly core earnings marginally ahead of market expectations on Tuesday and said order intake had improved significantly across all business areas.
European shares surfed a worldwide rise in stock markets on Thursday as fading concerns about the trade war between the United States and China lifted investors into a risk taking mood.
Swedish mining equipment maker Epiroc <EPIRa.ST> reported a larger than expected rise in second-quarter earnings and order intake on Thursday and said it was seeing particularly strong demand growth in South America, Africa and the Middle East.
Swedish Sandvik <SAND.ST>, which makes metal-cutting tools and mining gear, reported record-high quarterly earnings and orders on Tuesday on the back of a broad rise in demand, with its mining unit a particular stand-out.
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