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Dormakaba Holding AG (DOKA.S)

DOKA.S on Swiss Exchange

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18 Jan 2018
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Dormakaba Holding sells GMT Hardware Co. Ltd. to Argus Holdings
Monday, 2 Oct 2017 

Oct 2 (Reuters) - DORMAKABA HOLDING AG ::‍SALE OF GMT IN CHINA TO KEY SHAREHOLDER OF SEAGULL GROUP​.‍PARTIES HAVE AGREED NOT TO DISCLOSE FINANCIAL TERMS OF TRANSACTION​.  Full Article

Dormakaba acquires Australian company Kilargo Pty Ltd
Tuesday, 4 Jul 2017 

July 4 (Reuters) - DORMAKABA HOLDING AG ::HAS SIGNED AN AGREEMENT TO ACQUIRE AUSTRALIAN COMPANY KILARGO PTY LTD, TRANSACTION TO BE COMPLETED LATER IN JULY.WILL BE INTEGRATING THE COMPANY INTO ITS EXISTING LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS OVER THE COMING MONTHS.THE ACQUISITION IS EXPECTED TO HAVE A POSITIVE EFFECT ON DORMAKABA GROUP'S EBITDA MARGIN AND EARNINGS PER SHARE FROM THE FIRST DAY.  Full Article

Dorma Kaba Holding plans reduction of 440 jobs in Germany
Friday, 17 Jun 2016 

Dorma Kaba Holding AG : Targeted investment in modernization of German Ennepetal and Ocholt sites as innovation and production locations for high-quality technology products . Improvements to cost structure, streamlining of the organization and use of synergies will result in a planned reduction of around 440 jobs in Germany and relocation of some sites .At same time there will be an increase of around 160 jobs at sites in Singapore and Suzhou (China) in order to meet increased production requirements.  Full Article

Kaba Holding secures CHF 500 mln 5-yr syndicated loan
Wednesday, 30 Mar 2016 

Kaba Holding AG:Secured a 500 million Swiss franc five-year syndicated loan from a banking consortium led by the Zuercher Kantonalbank.Funds will give the dorma+kaba Group further financial flexibility and allow it to refinance existing bilateral credit lines.  Full Article

BRIEF-Dormakaba Holding: Chief Integration Officer Beat Malacarne to resign

* ANNOUNCES MANAGEMENT CHANGES AND NEXT STEPS IN CORPORATE DEVELOPMENT‍​