Zurich, April 26, 2017 – At the ordinary Annual General Meeting of Conzzeta AG on April 25, 2017, shareholders approved with great majority all proposals submitted by the Board of Directors. In aggregate, 83.4% of the votes have been represented.
Michael Willome, Group CEO Conzzeta, commented on the 2016 business results and the outlook for 2017. Alex Waser, CEO Bystronic, presented the new image movie of DNE Laser, Shenzhen, China, which was acquired in 2016.
After the presentations, shareholders approved the dividend increase by 10%, resulting in a dividend of CHF 11 per registered share A and CHF 2.20 per registered share B. The dividend will be paid on May 2, 2017.
Shareholders reelected the members of the Board of Directors, the members of the Human Resources Committee and confirmed Ernst Bärtschi as President of the Board of Directors.
The AGM also approved the Compensation Report 2016 as well as the compensation of the Board of Directors up until the ordinary AGM 2018 and the compensation of the Group Executive Committee for the business year 2018.
The next ordinary AGM of Conzzeta AG is scheduled for April 24, 2018, in Zurich.
The following documents are available on the website of Conzzeta:
Zurich, October 31, 2017 – The Conzzeta AG Board of Directors has appointed Michael Riedel as the new CEO of FoamPartner. He will assume the position on January 1, 2018 and will join the Conzzeta AG Executive Committee.keyboard_arrow_right
Zurich, October 18, 2017 – The FoamPartner business unit of Conzzeta has largely completed its extensive precautions and chemical analyses at the sites affected by the defective raw material deliveries. Most of the chemical samples did not exceed thresholds, indicating that there are no health risks. Foam production has been resumed at the Wolfhausen location, and processing is also expected to be fully operational again by 19 October 2017.keyboard_arrow_right
Zurich, October 11, 2017 – Conzzeta confirms that BASF’s deficient raw material deliveries also affect their FoamPartner business unit. In order to protect employees, customers and consumers from possible health risks, production and delivery was suspended at the Wolfhausen site on 6 October 2017. The reason for this is that BASF has supplied the plastic precursor product toluene diisocyanate (TDI) with an excessively high proportion of potentially harmful and polluting substances. The financial impact of these necessary measures cannot yet be estimated, but should be largely covered by the supplier or by existing insurance policies.keyboard_arrow_right