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Constantia Packaging

Constantia Flexibles Acquires Turkish Asaş

The subsidiary of Constantia packaging took over 93% of the Turkish company. The deal has already been approved by the cartel authorities.

August 11, 2011

Constantia Packaging Starting the Sale of Duropack

The industrial holding will sell the board manufacturer Duropack for an estimated price of € 550 to 650m. The plan is received with great interest by Austrian and international groups.

June 15, 2011

IPO of AMAG in April

The aluminum company Austria Metall AG is the first company going public in Vienna since 2007. The free float will amount to 55%.

March 25, 2011

AMAG: € 170m Special Dividend before IPO

The owner of the Austrian metal company will sell 60% to 80% of the shares. Moreover, a capital increase is planned.

March 15, 2011

AMAG: First IPO since 2007

After more than three yeas, a new company will be listed on the Vienna Stock Exchange: the aluminum company AMAG.

March 10, 2011

Constantia Packaging Sells Austrian Subsidiaries

The industrial holding owned by the US-american JP Morgan sells the board manufacturer Duropack and the aluminium company AMAG.

January 31, 2011

Upper Austrian Manufacturing Industry on Investment Course

AMAG and Lenzing show ambitions to be listed again on the Vienna Stock Exchange. Energie AG massively increases its investment budget.

January 21, 2011

Constantia Packaging subsidiary with acquisition in Spain

A 100-percent subsidiary of the packaging manufacturer Constantia Packaging AG, which was incorporated a few weeks by the U.S. financial investor One Equity Partners (OEP) is buying in Spain.

July 21, 2010

Constantia Packaging - shareholders will be reconciled with €47

The new owners of Constantia Packaging make cash payment of €47 ($60.61) per share to its minority shareholders.

July 20, 2010