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Eiffage Strengthens Its Ownership In APRR And ADELAC
Eiffage Reports Total Sales As Of Sept 30 Up At 13.2 Billion Euros
Eiffage APRR Revenue At End-September (Excluding Construction) Up At EUR 1.99 Billion
Eiffage SA is a France-based construction and concessions group. It carries out its activities through five divisions: Construction, providing construction, property development and civil engineering services; Public Works, engaged in road construction, from new projects and maintenance to the production of coatings and binding agents; Energy, providing electrical contracting, including multi-technical maintenance and facilities management; Metal, which is engaged in metallic construction, working in the fields of civil engineering structures, mechanical engineering, and the petroleum and nuclear industries and Concessions and public-private partnerships, which manages and operates car parks, motorways and other infrastructures. It has operations mainly in France, Belgium, Germany, Spain, Italy and parts of Africa. The Company has such subsidiaries as Puentes y Torones, EDS Ingenieria y Montajes and Heveil SNC, among others.
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Benoit de Ruffray
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Chairman of the Construction Division, Member of the Executive Committee
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Eiffage <FOUG.PA> has won a 20-year contract to operate Lille airport in northern France, the French construction and concessions group said in a statement on Friday.
A new operator for the Lille airport in northern France will probably be chosen this summer, according to the CEO of French construction group Eiffage, who is bidding for the concession.
Spain's Abertis is looking to sell minority stakes in some of its motorway units, including the 35 percent held by its wholly-owned French unit Sanef in Autoroute de Gascogne (A65), a source close to the matter told Reuters.
French construction group Eiffage on Tuesday said it had started exclusive talks with Casil Europe, a Chinese investment vehicle, to acquire a 49.99 stake in Toulouse-Blagnac airport in the south of France.
* Contracting order book at 13.9 bln euros at end-Sept, up 16 pct
French construction group Eiffage maintained its 2018 goals of a further increase in revenue and profits at its contracting and concessions businesses, after revenues grew 13.2 percent in the third quarter. France's third-largest builder behind Vinci and Bouygues achieved...
* SAID ON FRIDAY EIFFAGE CONSTRUCTION'S SUBSIDIARY PRIORA CHOSEN TO BUILD MAISON DU CHOCOLAT FOR LINDT & SPRUENGLI IN KILCHBERG IN SWITZERLAND
Eiffage <FOUG.PA> plans to bid to operate the Lille airport in northern France in a privatisation process to be launched in the second half of this year, Chief Executive Benoit de Ruffray said on Thursday.
French construction and concessions company Eiffage <FOUG.PA>, reported on Wednesday half-year profits that beat analyst forecasts, helped by contracts for the Grand Paris Express and a rise in revenues from its motorway business.
French construction and concessions company Eiffage, on Wednesday reported half-year profits ahead of analysts' expectations, as results were boosted by the Grand Paris Express contracts and motorway traffic.
French construction group Eiffage <FOUG.PA> kept its 2018 targets for higher revenues and profits after it reported a 5.6 percent rise in first quarter sales.
French engineering group Eiffage said on Wednesday it saw its Paris metro expansion contract and significant order intake for its contracting business fuelling further revenue growth this year, after reporting higher profit for 2017.
French construction and civil engineering company Eiffage said on Wednesday it expects more growth in revenues this year, after reporting higher profits for 2017.
* ON HS2, KIER AND EIFFAGE ARE NOW 50/50 JOINT VENTURE PARTNERS DELIVERING TWO OF SEVEN CIVIL ENGINEERING PACKAGES, LOTS C2 AND C3
A consortium led by French construction group Eiffage has won one of the largest contracts, worth about 1.7 billion euros (£1.5 billion), in the planned expansion of the Paris metro network, business daily Les Echos reported on Tuesday.
A consortium led by French construction group Eiffage has won one of the largest contracts, worth about 1.7 billion euros ($2.09 billion), in the planned expansion of the Paris metro network, business daily Les Echos reported on Tuesday.
* BANQUE FÉDÉRATIVE CRÉDIT MUTUEL ANNOUNCES THE SALE OF ITS STAKES IN SAFRAN AND EIFFAGE
French cooperative bank Credit Mutuel has sold its stakes in aero engine maker Safran and construction company Eiffage, it said on Tuesday.
Construction group Eiffage maintained its full-year target for higher profits and revenue after posting an increase in first-half earnings, and said it was in talks over buying a business from Italy's Saipem .
* SIGNS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT WITH EIFFAGE Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)
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