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ElringKlinger's preliminary quarterly results point to sustained growth without advancement in earnings

ElringKlinger AG  / Key word(s): Preliminary Results/Change in Forecast21.07.2016 17:33Disclosure of an inside information according to Article 17 MAR,transmitted by DGAP - a service of EQS Group AG.The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.---------------------------------------------------------------------------ElringKlinger's preliminary quarterly results point to sustained growthwithout advancement in earnings  - Revenue for Q2 2016 up 2.9% at EUR 390.9 million  - EBIT before purchase price allocation down by EUR 3.4 million to EUR    36.2 million  - Adjustment to guidance for 2016: EBIT before purchase price allocation    expected to be EUR 140 to 150 million; revenue target unchanged at 5 to    7% organic growthDettingen/Erms (Germany), July 21, 2016   +++  Based on preliminary figuresfor the second quarter of 2016, organic revenue growth for theElringKlinger Group stood at 5.6%, which is within the target corridor of 5to 7%. However, as earnings failed to advance at the level originallyplanned and anticipated by the company, the guidance figure for EBIT beforepurchase price allocation in respect of the current financial year has beenrevised to a range of EUR 140 to 150 million.Revenue continues to show solid growthOn the back of EUR 379.7 million in the same quarter a year ago, the Groupmanaged to lift revenue by 2.9% to EUR 390.9 million in the second quarterof 2016. Adjusted for foreign exchange movements, growth was as high as EUR22.9 million or 6.0%. This figure includes revenue of EUR 1.6 millioncontributed by COdiNOx Beheer B.V., a subsidiary that has been fullyconsolidated effective from April 11, 2016. Taking into account theaforementioned acquisition and FX effects, organic growth in the secondquarter amounted to EUR 21.3 million or 5.6%.Q2 earnings without any significant impetusAt EUR 36.2 million, second-quarter EBIT before purchase price allocationwas down by EUR 3.4 million on the figure recorded in the same quarter ayear ago. This was attributable primarily to capacity constraintsafflicting a business unit within the Original Equipment segment; itssubstantial fixed costs at an operational level offset the earningscontribution associated with additional revenue. At EUR 4 million, theadditional costs - mainly for unscheduled freight consignments and externalquality control - in the second quarter were just slightly higher than thefigure of around EUR 3 million originally budgeted. At the same time,however, the scale of improvements seen at the Swiss facility during thefirst quarter was not as pronounced as expected in the subsequent period.This was due to the fact that staffing levels had had to be increasedslightly in order to safeguard output volumes, while it had also not beenpossible to scale back external storage resources required for logistics.Migration of part of the manufacturing operations to Hungary proved slowerin the second quarter than originally planned, as it took much longer thananticipated in some cases to secure the customer approvals required in theautomotive industry with regard to such relocations; in some cases, theseauthorizations are still outstanding. While quality control activities werereintegrated as planned, these measures failed to provide the rapid boostto earnings that had previously been expected. With this in mind, theManagement Board has responded to the changed situation and will step upits measures further within this area. This will mainly involveintensifying the company's dialogue with customers to ensure fasternearshoring and more efficient internal and external quality control. Inturn, this will provide the basis for streamlining personnel costs.Adjustment of earnings expectations for current financial yearIn terms of earnings performance, the Group has fallen short of its ownexpectations in the first two quarters. Against this backdrop,ElringKlinger anticipates, at most, a slight year-on-year improvement inearnings for the transitional year of 2016 and has now set a guidance EBIT,before purchase price allocation, of EUR 140 to 150 million (previously:EUR 160 to 170 million). As regards revenue, the Group has reaffirmed itsoutlook of organic growth in the range of 5 to 7%."Naturally, we are disappointed at our loss in forward momentum with regardto earnings," said Dr. Stefan Wolf, Chief Executive Officer ofElringKlinger AG. "At the same time, we are confident that partialrelocation to a more cost-effective site and optimization of the facilityin Switzerland are incisive adjustments when it comes to ensuring thesustained development of the entire unit in question," as Dr. Wolf went onto explain.ElringKlinger's medium-term outlook remains unchanged: the Group will belooking to achieve annual revenue growth of 5 to 7% at an organic level andan EBIT margin of 13 to 15% before purchase price allocation.The full financial report for the second quarter and first half of 2016will be published on Thursday, August 4, 2016.In connection with this announcement, a conference call will be arrangedwith CEO Dr. Stefan Wolf and CFO Thomas Jessulat on Friday, July 22, 2016,at 10:00 hrs (CET) for the purpose of elucidating the points presentedabove.EUR million             H1 2016      H1 2015     Dif. abs.     Dif. rel.Revenue                   776.1        751.1         +25.0         +3.3%of which FX                                          -23.4         -3.1%effectsof which                                              +6.5         +0.9%acquisitionsof which organic                                     +41.9         +5.6%Adjusted EBIT              68.2         76.3          -8.1        -10.6%beforepurchase priceallocationAdjusted EBIT              8.8%        10.2%        -1.4PP             -margin beforepurchase priceallocation (in %)Purchase price              2.3          2.6          -0.3             -allocationEBIT                       66.0         73.7          -7.7        -10.4%EUR million             Q2 2016      Q2 2015     Dif. abs.    Dif. rel.Revenue                   390.9        379.7         +11.2        +2.9%of which FX                                          -11.7        -3.1%effectsof which                                              +1.6        +0.4%acquisitionsof which organic                                     +21.3        +5.6%Adjusted EBIT              36.2         39.6          -3.4        -8.6%beforepurchase priceallocationAdjusted EBIT              9.3%        10.4%        -1.1PP            -margin beforepurchase priceallocation (in %)Purchase price              1.0          1.3          -0.3            -allocationEBIT                       35.2         38.3          -3.1        -8.1%For further information, please contact:ElringKlinger AGDr. Jens WinterInvestor Relations / Corporate PRMax-Eyth-Straße 2D-72581 Dettingen/ErmsGermanyPhone: +49 7123 724-88335Fax: +49 7123 724-85 8335E-mail: jens.winter@elringklinger.comAbout ElringKlinger AGElringKlinger has focused its efforts on developing forward-looking greentechnologies. These are designed not only to reduce CO2 emissions but alsoto scale back the level of harmful nitrogen oxides, hydrocarbons, and sootparticles. ElringKlinger is one of the few automotive suppliers worldwidewith the capabilities of developing and producing high-tech components forall types of drive system - whether for downsized combustion engines or forelectric vehicles driven by batteries or fuel cells. Drawing on itsexpertise in lightweight engineering, ElringKlinger can make a decisivecontribution to efforts aimed at further reducing vehicle weight and thusfuel consumption. The company's portfolio centered around emissionsreduction also includes particulate filters and end-to-end exhaust gaspurification systems used in ships, commercial vehicles, constructionmachinery, and stationary engines as well as in power stations. This iscomplemented by products made of the high-performance plastic PTFE suppliedby ElringKlinger Kunststofftechnik, which are marketed to a wide range ofindustries - also to those operating beyond the vehicle manufacturingsector. Applying its abilities as an innovator, ElringKlinger is committedto sustainable mobility and earnings-driven growth. These efforts aresupported by a dedicated workforce of more than 8,200 people at 45ElringKlinger Group locations around the globe.21.07.2016 The DGAP Distribution Services include Regulatory Announcements,Financial/Corporate News and Press Releases.Archive at www.dgap.de--------------------------------------------------------------------------- Language:     EnglishCompany:      ElringKlinger AG              Max-Eyth-Straße 2              72581 Dettingen/Erms              GermanyPhone:        071 23 / 724-0Fax:          071 23 / 724-9006E-mail:       jens.winter@elringklinger.comInternet:     www.elringklinger.deISIN:         DE0007856023WKN:          785602Indices:      SDAXListed:       Regulated Market in Frankfurt (Prime Standard), Stuttgart;              Regulated Unofficial Market in Berlin, Dusseldorf, Hamburg,              Hanover, Munich, Tradegate Exchange; Terminbörse EUREX End of Announcement                             DGAP News-Service ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
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ElringKlinger extends Management Board to include dedicated finance section - Thomas Jessulat appointed as CFO

ElringKlinger AG  / Key word(s): Change of Personnel04.12.2015 13:26Dissemination of an Ad hoc announcement according to § 15 WpHG, transmittedby DGAP - a service of EQS Group AG.The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.---------------------------------------------------------------------------Dettingen/Erms (Germany), December 4, 2015  +++ At its meeting convenedtoday, the Supervisory Board of the ElringKlinger Group appointed ThomasJessulat to the Management Board of the ElringKlinger Group effective fromJanuary 1, 2016. Mr. Jessulat accepted the appointment and will take up therole of Chief Financial Officer. Thus, the Management Board ofElringKlinger will consist of four members in future.As a new member of the Management Board, Thomas Jessulat will beresponsible for the central functions of Finance/Controlling as well as ITand the Industrial Parks division. Prior to the new appointment, theseindividual areas had all been directed by CEO Dr. Stefan Wolf. Inaccordance with the Corporate Governance Code, the contract will initiallycover a period of three years.Thomas Jessulat (born 1969) studied Mechanical Engineering at TechnischeUniversität Braunschweig and holds an MBA (Finance) from the University ofCincinnati, USA. He joined ElringKlinger in 2005, initially as the Head ofInvestment Controlling. In 2012, he assumed full responsibility for theFinance/Controlling department. Prior to joining ElringKlinger, Mr.Jessulat had held various positions at manufacturing companies."Mr. Jessulat has the perfect credentials for the role of CFO," said Dr.Stefan Wolf, CEO of the ElringKlinger Group. "He displays an excellentunderstanding of financial management and has extensive knowledge of theoperations and general processes of a manufacturing company. Mr. Jessulatis held in high esteem by my colleagues and I, and we look forward toworking with him on the Management Board." The expanded Management Board is a reflection of the company's significantgrowth. It will also allow Dr. Stefan Wolf to focus on his role as CEO anddrive forward the process of strategic development at Group level. Dr. Wolfwill continue to direct the Group companies, the corporate functions ofLegal Affairs, Human Resources, Investor Relations and CorporateCommunication as well as the Aftermarket division. Alongside the CEO andthe newly appointed CFO, ElringKlinger's Management Board also includesTheo Becker, who is responsible for operations, the plants of ElringKlingerAG and the corporate functions of Quality and Environment as well asMaterials Management, and Karl Schmauder, who is accountable for OriginalEquipment Sales and the New Business Areas division.__________________________________________________________________________For further information, please contact:ElringKlinger AG Sabrina HauflerCorporate Communications/Investor RelationsMax-Eyth-Straße 272581 DettingenGermanyPhone: +49 7123 724-137Fax: +49 7123 724-85137Email: sabrina.haufler@elringklinger.com04.12.2015 The DGAP Distribution Services include Regulatory Announcements,Financial/Corporate News and Press Releases.Media archive at www.dgap-medientreff.de and www.dgap.de--------------------------------------------------------------------------- Language:     EnglishCompany:      ElringKlinger AG              Max-Eyth-Straße 2              72581 Dettingen/Erms              GermanyPhone:        071 23 / 724-0Fax:          071 23 / 724-9006E-mail:       sabrina.haufler@elringklinger.comInternet:     www.elringklinger.deISIN:         DE0007856023WKN:          785602Indices:      MDAXListed:       Regulated Market in Frankfurt (Prime Standard), Stuttgart;              Regulated Unofficial Market in Berlin, Dusseldorf, Hamburg,              Hanover, Munich End of Announcement                             DGAP News-Service ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
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ElringKlinger AG: Business performance affected by high capacity utilization

ElringKlinger AG  / Key word(s): Profit Warning18.09.2015 21:36Dissemination of an Ad hoc announcement according to § 15 WpHG, transmittedby DGAP - a service of EQS Group AG.The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.---------------------------------------------------------------------------ElringKlinger: Business performance affected by high capacity utilization Dettingen/Erms (Germany), September 18, 2015   +++ Based on preliminaryfigures, the ElringKlinger Group saw sales revenue expand by 13.6% to EUR240.1 (211.3) million in the months of July and August 2015. At an organiclevel, i.e. without the effects of acquisitions and currency translation,growth totaled 5.3%. Adjusted for non-recurring items, earnings beforeinterest and taxes (EBIT) amounted to EUR 22.7 (24.9) million beforepurchase price allocation.As anticipated on the basis of developments in the first half of the 2015financial year, business in the Original Equipment segment has continued tobe driven by high levels of capacity utilization in the third quarter todate. Individual divisions within this segment recorded a sustained surgein demand. The additional costs associated with increased demand, e.g. forextra shifts and additional freight movements, have thus had an impact onthe company's cost base for July and August; it rose by around EUR 6million as a result of these factors. Measures already initiated for thepurpose of improving the company's cost structures have yet to take fulleffect. With this in mind, ElringKlinger no longer anticipates that it willbe able to achieve the guidance figure previously targeted for the currentfiscal year.The ElringKlinger Group is still looking to generate organic revenue growthof 5 to 7% for the 2015 fiscal year as a whole. Additionally, theconsolidation of ElringKlinger Automotive Manufacturing Inc. (formerly M&W)will contribute around EUR 30 million to Group revenue in the financialyear as a whole.The special charges outlined above, earnings contributions from acquiredentities that are as yet below the Group average and sluggish demand in theE-Mobility division will have a dampening effect on ElringKlinger Groupearnings in 2015. The company anticipates that the measures initiated forthe purpose of addressing the issue of capacity utilization will not takefull effect until the end of the year. ElringKlinger is likely to incuradditional exceptional charges of around EUR 20 to 30 million (first half:EUR 9 million) over the course of the second half of 2015 as a whole as aresult of the fact that specific divisions are operating at their uppercapacity limits. Against this backdrop, EBIT adjusted for non-recurringitems and before purchase price allocation is expected to be within acorridor of EUR 135 to 145 million (previous target: around EUR 165million) for the 2015 financial year.An explanatory conference call has been scheduled for Monday, September 21(9 a.m. CET) in connection with this announcement.Contact:For further information, please contact:ElringKlinger AG - Investor Relations/Corporate PRSabrina HauflerMax-Eyth-Straße 272581 Dettingen/ErmsTel.: +49 (0)7123-724-137E-Mail: sabrina.haufler@elringklinger.com 18.09.2015 The DGAP Distribution Services include Regulatory Announcements,Financial/Corporate News and Press Releases.Media archive at www.dgap-medientreff.de and www.dgap.de--------------------------------------------------------------------------- Language:     EnglishCompany:      ElringKlinger AG              Max-Eyth-Straße 2              72581 Dettingen/Erms              GermanyPhone:        071 23 / 724-0Fax:          071 23 / 724-9006E-mail:       sabrina.haufler@elringklinger.comInternet:     www.elringklinger.deISIN:         DE0007856023WKN:          785602Indices:      MDAXListed:       Regulated Market in Frankfurt (Prime Standard), Stuttgart;              Regulated Unofficial Market in Berlin, Dusseldorf, Hamburg,              Hanover, Munich End of Announcement                             DGAP News-Service ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
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ElringKlinger lifts revenue to EUR 371 million in Q1 2015 based on preliminary figures

ElringKlinger AG  / Key word(s): Preliminary Results29.04.2015 07:55Dissemination of an Ad hoc announcement according to § 15 WpHG, transmittedby DGAP - a service of EQS Group AG.The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.---------------------------------------------------------------------------ElringKlinger lifts revenue to EUR 371 million in Q1 2015 based onpreliminary figures  - Revenue increases by 14.6% - organically by 5.7% - to EUR 371.4 million  - Adjusted EBIT before purchase price allocations (EUR 1.3 million) at    EUR 36.7 million  - Outlook for 2015: organic revenue growth of 5 to 7% plus acquisitions;    adjusted EBIT of around EUR 165 million before purchase price    allocationsDettingen/Erms (Germany), April 29, 2015   +++ Based on preliminaryfigures, the ElringKlinger Group managed to increase sales revenue by 14.6%in the first quarter of 2015, taking the figure to EUR 371.4 (324.0)million. At an organic level, i.e. without the effects of acquisition andcurrency translation, growth totaled 5.7%. Thus, ElringKlinger againoutperformed the global vehicle markets in terms of growth. The companybenefited in particular from significant structural growth in many of itsproduct groups targeted at CO2 reduction.The first-time consolidation of M&W Manufacturing Company, Inc., Warren/USA(M&W), as from February 14, 2015, contributed additional revenue of EUR 4.9million. The entity's earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) totaled EUR0.6 million (including purchase price allocation of EUR 0.3 million).The Group EBIT figure for the first quarter of 2015 was EUR 35.4 (42.1)million. Before purchase price allocations (EUR 1.3 million), EBIT amountedto EUR 36.7 (43.0) million, thus falling short of the prior-year figure.The comparative base of the Exhaust Gas Purification division (Hug) wasextremely high in the first quarter of the previous financial year, whichhas to be taken into account in a year-on-year comparison. In the firstquarter of 2014, Hug - buoyed by billings relating to two major projects -had contributed earnings before interest and taxes of EUR 7.6 million onthe back of revenue of EUR 20.7 million. In the first quarter of 2015, bycontrast, Hug generated revenue of EUR 12.2 million. In addition, EBIT wasdiluted by the sudden appreciation of the Swiss franc against the euro. Dueto the higher cost base, the Swiss subsidiary Hug didn't make acontribution to earnings in the first quarter of 2015. The strength of theSwiss franc also had an impact on ElringKlinger Abschirmtechnik,Switzerland, in the first quarter of 2015, albeit to a lesser extent thatin the case of Hug. In total, the appreciation of the Swiss franc dilutedGroup EBIT by around EUR 2.5 million.Business in the Original Equipment segment of the ElringKlinger Group wascharacterized by extremely high capacity utilization during the firstquarter of 2015. Individual divisions within this segment recorded adisproportionately large surge in demand. This necessitated theintroduction of extra shifts and production runs, thus additionally pushingthe cost base up by around EUR 4 million.Additionally, the staff profit-sharing bonus agreed for employees atElringKlinger AG, ElringKlinger Kunststofftechnik GmbH and Elring KlingerMotortechnik GmbH in respect of the 2014 financial year had an impact onearnings in the first quarter of 2015, as did the wage increase of 2.2%that has been in effect since May 1, 2014, and the one-off payment of EUR150 per employee in March 2015, as stipulated under the collectiveagreement. This resulted in additional staff costs of around EUR 2.5million in total.The EBIT margin (before purchase price allocations) thus stood at justunder 10% (13.3 %). In addition to being impacted by the factors outlinedabove during the first quarter of 2015, the EBIT margin was diluted by thefull consolidation of ElringKlinger Marusan Corporation, Japan, (around 0.3percentage points) as well as the persistently sluggish performance of theE-Mobility division (around 0.6 percentage points). Additionally, the Groupincurred start-up costs in connection with the commencement of serialproduction - scheduled for the second quarter of 2015 - of pioneeringhybrid polymer-metal components. This will contribute to improved marginsas from 2016.Earnings before taxes were higher than EBIT in the first quarter 2015,having benefited from positive foreign exchange effects accounted for inthe Group's net finance result, and totaled EUR 38.9 (39.5) million.Order intake up 23%Order intake developed well in the first quarter of 2015, rising by 25.0%to EUR 414.0 (331.2) million. On an organic basis, i.e. excluding theentity formerly known as M&W, order intake rose by 22.9% to EUR 407.1million. Order backlog as of March 31, 2015, thus totaled EUR 730.8 (602.6)million.Outlook 2015ElringKlinger anticipates that global automobile production will expand byaround 2% in 2015. Based on this assumption, the Group is targeting organicrevenue growth of 5 to 7%. Additionally, the consolidation of ElringKlingerAutomotive Manufacturing (M&W) will contribute around EUR 30 million toGroup revenue in the financial year as a whole.Against the backdrop of the Group's business performance in the firstquarter of 2015, ElringKlinger has already initiated measures aimed atoptimizing its earnings situation. The Group expects to achieve improvedearnings in the second half of 2015. EBIT, before purchase priceallocations and adjusted for non-recurring items, is expected to reacharound EUR 165 million in 2015 as a whole (previously: EUR 170 to 180million). The E-Mobility division is unlikely to see a fundamentalimprovement in its performance.________________________________________________________________________An explanatory conference call is scheduled to take place today, April 29,2015 (at 10 a.m.), in connection with the publication of the Group'spreliminary results for the first quarter of 2015. The full announcement ofthe definitive results for the first quarter of 2015 is scheduled for May6, 2015._________________________________________________________________________Contact:For further information, please contact:ElringKlinger AG - Investor Relations/Corporate PRSabrina HauflerMax-Eyth-Straße 272581 Dettingen/ErmsTel.: +49 (0)7123-724-137E-Mail: sabrina.haufler@elringklinger.com 29.04.2015 The DGAP Distribution Services include Regulatory Announcements,Financial/Corporate News and Press Releases.Media archive at www.dgap-medientreff.de and www.dgap.de--------------------------------------------------------------------------- Language:     EnglishCompany:      ElringKlinger AG              Max-Eyth-Straße 2              72581 Dettingen/Erms              GermanyPhone:        071 23 / 724-0Fax:          071 23 / 724-9006E-mail:       sabrina.haufler@elringklinger.comInternet:     www.elringklinger.deISIN:         DE0007856023WKN:          785602Indices:      MDAXListed:       Regulated Market in Frankfurt (Prime Standard), Stuttgart;              Regulated Unofficial Market in Berlin, Dusseldorf, Hamburg,              Hanover, Munich End of Announcement                             DGAP News-Service ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
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ElringKlinger AG: ElringKlinger dividend to rise by 10%

ElringKlinger AG  / Key word(s): Dividend25.03.2015 14:41Dissemination of an Ad hoc announcement according to § 15 WpHG, transmittedby DGAP - a service of EQS Group AG.The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.---------------------------------------------------------------------------Dettingen/Erms, March 25, 2015  +++  MDAX-listed ElringKlinger AG plans toincrease by 10% year on year its dividend payable to shareholders inrespect of the 2014 financial year.In keeping with its consistent, performance-focused dividend policy,ElringKlinger AG will thus allow shareholders to participate appropriatelyin the company's success and raise its regular dividend for the sixth timein succession.Given the company's record performance in 2014, the Management Board andSupervisory Board of ElringKlinger AG will submit a proposal to the 2015Annual General Meeting for the dividend to be increased to EUR 0.55 (0.50)per share in respect of the 2014 financial year.The number of shares entitled to a dividend for the 2014 financial yearremains unchanged year on year at 63,359,990. On this basis, the totaldividend payout for the 2014 financial year will rise to EUR 34.8 million,compared with EUR 31.7 million for the 2013 financial year.The Annual General Meeting of ElringKlinger AG will convene on May 13,2015, at the Liederhalle Culture and Congress Center in Stuttgart. Theapproved dividend is to be paid out on Thursday, May 14, 2015.Contact:For further information, please contact:ElringKlinger AG - Investor Relations/Corporate PRStephan HaasMax-Eyth-Straße 272581 Dettingen/ErmsTel.: +49 (0)7123-724-137E-Mail: stephan.haas@elringklinger.com 25.03.2015 The DGAP Distribution Services include Regulatory Announcements,Financial/Corporate News and Press Releases.Media archive at www.dgap-medientreff.de and www.dgap.de--------------------------------------------------------------------------- Language:     EnglishCompany:      ElringKlinger AG              Max-Eyth-Straße 2              72581 Dettingen/Erms              GermanyPhone:        071 23 / 724-0Fax:          071 23 / 724-9006E-mail:       stephan.haas@elringklinger.deInternet:     www.elringklinger.deISIN:         DE0007856023WKN:          785602Indices:      MDAXListed:       Regulated Market in Frankfurt (Prime Standard), Stuttgart;              Regulated Unofficial Market in Berlin, Dusseldorf, Hamburg,              Hanover, Munich End of Announcement                             DGAP News-Service ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
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