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Alfa Announces That Newpek Divested All Its Assets In Texas
Mexico's Alfa says expects 2017 EBITDA of $2.161 bln
Axtel SAB de CV accepts exchange conditions in the merger deal with Alfa
Alfa SAB de CV is a Mexico-based holding company, which manages a portfolio of diversified subsidiaries. Its portfolio includes Sigma, a producer, marketer and distributor of foods under a number of brands in Mexico, the United States, Europe and Latin America; Alpek, a producer of polyester, namely purified terephthalic acid (PTA), polyethylene terephthalate (PET) and fibers, and offers to the Mexican market expandable polystyrene (EPS) and caprolactam, among others; Nemak, a provider of lightweighting solutions for automotive industry and specialized in the development and manufacturing of aluminum components for powertrain and body structure; Axtel, a provider of information technology and communication services for enterprises, government and residential markets through its Alestra and Axtel brands, and Newpek, which is an oil and gas exploration and production company with operations in Mexico and the United States.
Chemicals - Plastics & Rubber
Ave. Gomez Morin 1111 Sur
Armando Garza Sada
Chairman of the Board
Alvaro Fernandez Garza
Chief Executive Officer, Director
Eduardo Alberto Escalante Castillo
Chief Financial Officer
Rodrigo Fernandez Martinez
Chief Executive Officer of Sigma
Armando Tamez Martinez
Chief Executive Officer of Nemak
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Mexico's Alfa <ALFAA.MX> said on Friday it plans to spin off the entirety of its remaining 75% stake in auto parts business Nemak <NEMAKA.MX>, sending Alfa's shares surging 17% on the prospect that the conglomerate could shrug off the struggling unit.
Mexican conglomerate Alfa on Thursday reported 3.5 billion pesos ($146 million) in net profit in the first quarter this year, about three times as much as its net profit the same quarter a year earlier of 1.3 billion pesos.
Mexican conglomerate Alfa said on Thursday that it expects 2020 sales of $17.02 billion, down from $17.54 billion last year. It said it will make investments of $902 million this year, versus $920 million in 2019.
Mexican conglomerate Alfa on Wednesday reported an $80 million net profit in the fourth quarter of last year, a fall of two thirds compared to the same quarter a year earlier.
Mexican conglomerate Alfa on Thursday reported double-digit drops in revenue and net profit for the third quarter, with its natural gas and hydrocarbon unit Newpek and petrochemical unit Alpek both posting lower sales.
Mexican conglomerate Alfa on Thursday reported 1.2 billion pesos of net profit for the third quarter of this year, a 14.1% fall compared to the same quarter a year earlier.
Shares of Mexican conglomerate Alfa fell more than 3 percent in early trading on Wednesday after the company on Tuesday afternoon posted a steep drop in first quarter net profit.
Mexican conglomerate Alfa posted a 64.5 percent fall in first quarter net profit on Tuesday, hit by higher financial costs and weaker performance in nearly every segment.
Mexican conglomerate Alfa posted a 64.5 percent fall in first quarter net profit compared to the same period a year earlier, results published by the company showed on Tuesday.
Mexican conglomerate Alfa on Monday reported a third-quarter net profit compared to a loss in the year-earlier quarter, helped by stronger margins in its Alpek petrochemicals unit.
Mexican conglomerate Alfa reported a third-quarter net profit on Monday compared to a loss in the year-earlier quarter.
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