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Wartsila Oyj Abp is a Finland-based company, which offers technologies and complete lifecycle solutions for the marine and energy markets. Its operations are divided into three segments: Energy Solutions, Marine Solutions and Services. The Energy Solutions segment offers flexible internal combustion engine based power plants and utility-scale solar PV power plants, as well as LNG terminals and distribution systems. The Marine Solutions segment provide solutions within marine and oil & gas industries, namely medium-speed diesel and dual-fuel engines, propulsion systems and gears, seals and bearings, navigation and automation systems, environmental solutions and gas systems, as well as ship design, among others. The Services segment comprises services within such areas, as engine systems, propulsion systems, seals & bearings, hydro and industrial installations, among others. The Company has operations in more than 160 locations in over 70 countries.
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President, Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Board of Management
Markus Heikki Erdem Rauramo
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Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President, Member of the Board of Management
Executive Vice President, Corporate Relations and Legal Affairs, Company Secretary, Member of the Board of Management
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Finland's Wartsila <WRT1V.HE> sees the second half of the year as 'extremely challenging', its chief executive said on Friday, after the engineering firm reported smaller-than-feared 51% drop in April-June profits.
Finland's Wartsila on Friday reported a 51% drop in quarterly operating profit, as demand for its ship technology and power plants slumped due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Finnish telecoms equipment maker Nokia <NOKIA.HE> named a new finance chief on Thursday, completing an overhaul of its top executive team as it battles rivals Ericsson <ERICb.ST> and Huawei [HWT.UL] for work on lucrative 5G networks.
Finland's Wartsila plans to cut 700 jobs globally as the Finnish engineering group splits its ship technology business into three separate business units.
* Mixed Q1 results with 45% drop in profits but orders falling less than expected
Finnish ship technology and power-plant maker Wartsila reported on Tuesday a smaller-than-expected drop in its order intake because of the coronavirus outbreak.
* WÄRTSILÄ LAUNCHES ACTIONS TO MITIGATE THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 AND WITHDRAWS ITS MARKET OUTLOOK
Finnish ship technology and power-plant maker Wartsila reported on Thursday a better-than-expected order intake that sent its shares up more than 4% at trade opening, despite a tough outlook for 2020.
Finnish ship technology and power-plant maker Wartsila reported on Thursday lower-than-expected quarterly profit, burdened by slower demand.
Finland's Wartsila <WRT1V.HE> warned on Friday of a tough outlook for 2020 due to weaker demand for its ship technology and power plants and took a surprise multi-million euros charge on project cost overruns.
Finland's Wartsila Oyj <WRT1V.HE> missed second-quarter forecasts on Thursday and warned that it expected demand to weaken for both its marine and energy businesses, sending shares in the engineering firm to a three-year low.
Finland's Wartsila Oyj missed second-quarter forecasts on Thursday and warned it expects demand to weaken for both its marine and energy businesses in the coming 12 months, sending shares in the engineering firm 8 percent lower.
Wartsila said on Thursday its quarterly order intake lagged estimates, as the Finnish engineering group struggled with a slow of recovery in the marine industry and subdued activity in the energy market.
Finnish ship technology and power-plant maker Wartsila said it would shed 1,200 jobs, six percent of its workforce, to save 100 million euros a year by the end of 2020 as it missed quarterly profit forecasts.
Finnish ship technology and power plant maker Wartsila <WRT1V.HE> reported lower than expected quarterly profit and orders on Tuesday and downgraded the demand outlook for its services division, sending its shares down more than 7 percent.
Jenbacher, the industrial gas engine business of General Electric (GE) <GE.N>, would complement Wartsila <WRT1V.HE>, the chief financial officer of the Finnish company said on Thursday.
Finland's Wartsila and U.S. peer Cummins are interested in potentially buying General Electric's (GE) 3 billion euro ($3.6 billion) distributed power operations, which GE is looking to sell to bolster its finances, people close to the matter said.
General Electric <GE.N> has attracted Finland's Wartsila <WRT1V.HE> and U.S. peer Cummins <CMI.N> as potential buyers of its 3 billion euro (2.17 billion pounds) distributed power operations, which it is looking to sell to shore up its finances, people close to the matter...
Finnish ship technology and power plant maker Wartsila <WRT1V.HE> missed first-quarter earnings expectations on Tuesday and said geopolitical uncertainty was slowing demand in the marine market.
Finnish ship technology company Wartsila <WRT1V.HE said on Monday it would buy a British marine navigation company Transas for an enterprise value of 210 million euros ($258 million).
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