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Vinci Airports Q3 Passenger Numbers Up 6.9%
Vinci acquires two Spanish companies
Vinci: share buyback programme worth up to 200 mln euros
Vinci SA is a France-based company involved in construction and engineering. It designs, builds, finances and manages facilities such as transport systems, public and private buildings, urban developments, and water, energy and communication networks. It divides its business into two sectors: concessions and contracting. The contracting sector includes Vinci Construction, a company with numerous subsidiaries in Europe and a division dedicated to the management and execution of projects and the energy business line with Vinci Energies; Eurovia, which specializes in transport and urban development infrastructure. Concessions include Vinci Autoroutes, a motorway operator and Vinci Concessions which specializes in the development and maintenance of transport infrastructures and public facilities, such as rail infrastructure, airports and car parks. It operates through Lams, Novabase IMS, Cegelec Enterprise SAS, Aeroports de Lyon and Engenharia e Sistemas HEB Construction, among others.
1 cours Ferdinand de Lesseps
Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of the Executive Committee and Chairman of the Management and Coordination Committee
Yves-Thibault de Silguy
Vice Chairman of the Board
Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Executive Committee and Member of the Management and Coordination Committee
Alexandra Florence Boutelier
Member of the Management and Coordination Committee, Chief Operating Officer, Consortium Stade de France, VINCI Stadium
Executive Vice President, Member of the Management and Coordination Committee, Member of the Executive Committee, Chairman of VINCI Autoroutes
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French construction company Vinci <SGEF.PA> reported first-half profit rose 9% thanks to a solid performance from its airports and motorway concessions and affirmed its forecasts for the year, sending its shares higher.
French construction group Vinci kept its forecasts for higher annual earnings and revenues as it reported an increase in first-half profits, helped by a solid performance at its airports concessions business and its contracting activities.
French construction and transport concession group Vinci on Tuesday sealed a deal to take a majority stake in Britain's second biggest airport London Gatwick.
French construction and transport concession group Vinci on Tuesday formally completed its previously announced 2.9 billion pounds ($3.8 billion) takeover of a majority stake in London's Gatwick airport.
Construction and transport group Vinci posted a 9.6 percent rise in first-quarter sales, helped by recent acquisitions, and the company kept forecasts for further growth in profits and revenues this year.
Construction group Vinci called on all building companies in France to join forces to repair Paris' Notre-Dame Cathedral in an "industry-wide skills sponsorship drive".
French construction company Vinci said on Thursday that an initial audit into working conditions of staff used to build sites for the Qatar 2022 World Cup did not find any evidence of bad working conditions for those labourers.
Vinci struck a confident note over 2019 despite anti-government "yellow vests" protests in France that hit traffic on its motorways in the final quarter of 2018.
French company Vinci on Wednesday predicted a further rise in net profit and revenue this year, driven by its robust concessions and construction business.
Anti-government protests that have blocked some French highways stalled traffic growth on motorways run by Vinci <SGEF.PA> last year, the company's chief executive said.
France's Vinci <SGEF.PA> has agreed to provide 1.15 billion euros ($1.32 billion) in funding for the expansion of Lisbon's main airport and the construction of a new hub in nearby Montijo opposed by environmental campaigners, it said on Tuesday.
France's Vinci <SGEF.PA> is taking advantage of a Brexit hit to UK asset prices to buy a majority stake in Britain's second-busiest airport, London's Gatwick, for 2.9 billion pounds, the construction company said on Thursday.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2100 GMT on Thursday:
Vinci Airports, part of France's Vinci , will buy a 50.01 percent stake in London Gatwick Airport for about 2.9 billion pounds ($3.67 billion), it said on Thursday.
France's largest toll road operator Vinci <SGEF.PA> on Tuesday backtracked on its plan to impose a late charge on motorists who pass through toll booths occupied by "yellow vest" protesters for free.
French construction firm Vinci <SGEF.PA> on Thursday denied new allegations by human rights group Sherpa that it had violated the rights of migrant workers employed to build sites in Qatar for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
French construction and engineering group Vinci posted a stronger-than-expected 9.5 percent rise in third-quarter sales, helped by robust activity in its airports and motorway concessions units and at its construction business.
French construction and engineering group Vinci posted a 9.5 percent rise in third-quarter sales, helped by robust activity in its airports and motorway concessions units and at its construction business.
Road building company Eurovia and its parent Vinci have laid a kilometer of motorway using only recycled asphalt from a mobile plant, a world first that they said could help reduce the cost of motorway maintenance and cut pollution.
Italy's Salini <SALI.MI> will set new 2021 targets after a disposal in the United States and may consider hiking its payout, the builder's chief financial officer told Reuters.
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