thyssenkrupp AG (Formerly ThyssenKrupp AG)
-The Company was founded through the merger between Thyssen AG and Friedrich Krupp AG Hoesch-Krupp in 1999.
-The Company is divided into five business areas: Components Technology, Elevator Technology, Industrial Solutions, Materials Services and Steel Europe. Since the Company signed an agreement to combine the European steel activities in the 50/50 joint venture with Tata steel at the end of June 2018, the Steel Europe business and other related businesses have been reported as discontinued operations.
-In September 2017, the Company completed the divestiture of the Company’s Steel Americas unit.
-The automotive industry is the Company’s largest customer group, accounting for 28% of the Company’s total sales in the fiscal year ended September 2018.
-On September 30, 2018, the Company decided to divide the Group into two separate companies.
- thyssenkrupp Industrials will contain three units : the Elevator business, the automotive component business, and plant engineering. Component Technology will be focused on the automotive business. System Engineering which was a part of Industrial Solutions will be newly added to develop production lines for cars.
- thyssenkrupp Materials will contain Material Services, the 50% interest in the future steel joint venture, Bearings, Forged Technologies, and Marine Systems. Materials Group will combine steel and stainless steel production, materials distribution, and steel-related processing.
The Company mentioned the separation into two companies will take the form of a spin-off. After the separation, shareholders will hold shares in two companies : thyssenkrupp Materials AG and thyssenkrupp Industrials AG.
|-The Company is listed on the Frankfurt and Dusseldorf Stock Exchange.||(As of Sep. 30, 2018)|
|Name or Company Name||Investment Ratio (%)|
|Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach Foundation||21.00|
|International institutional investors incl. Cevian Capital||69.00|
-Variable shiftable valve lift controls
-Camshafts with integrated bearing blocks
-Block module with integrated camshafts
-Integrated oil separation system
-Integrated rotor shafts
-Gear wheel blanks
-Monotube gas-pressure shock absorbers
-Twintube gas-pressure shock absorbers
-DampMatic passive amplitude-selective damping systems
-Adaptive damping systems
-DampTronic electronically adjustable variable damping systems
-DampTronic two-stage electrically adjustable dampers
-DampTronic Sky variable dampers with two setting valves
-Steel spring modules
-Air suspension modules
-Fixed steering columns
-Mechanically adjustable columns
-Electrically adjustable columns
-Steering spindles and shafts
-Hydraulic power steering systems
-Rack-assist electric power steering systems
-Dual-pinion electric power steering systems
-TriPin electric power steering systems for light utility vehicles
-Mechanical steering gears
-Low-torque column electric power steering systems
-High-torque column electric power steering systems
Springs and stabilizers
-Linear coil springs
-Side load springs
-Solid stabilizer bars
-Tubular stabilizer bars
-Split stabilizer bars
-Rubber-to-metal stabilizer bearings
-VarioShape lightweight stabilizer bar
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