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This section contains Cargotec's IR newsletters, mainly published quarterly before the three-week silent period. You can find the most recent letter below.

Pre-silent newsletter Q4/2023 (10 January 2024)

As our silent period is about to start, we would like to highlight some of the most notable events of the fourth quarter of 2023. Cargotec’s financial statements review 2023 will be published on Thursday, 1 February 2023, and the silent period starts on Thursday, 11 January 2024.

Cargotec's financial information in 2024

Cargotec will disclose the following financial information in 2024:

  • Financial Statements review 2023, on Thursday, 1 February 2024
  • Interim report January–March 2024, on Tuesday, 30 April 2024
  • Half year financial report January–June 2024, on Thursday, 8 August 2024
  • Interim report January–September 2024, on Wednesday, 23 October 2024

Cargotec's Financial Statements 2023 and Annual Report 2023 will be available at www.cargotec.com on week 8.

The Annual General Meeting of Cargotec Corporation will be held on Thursday, 30 May 2024.

Cargotec is planning a separation of Kalmar and Hiab

In April, Cargotec announced that the Board of Directors of Cargotec has decided to investigate and initiate a process to potentially separate its core businesses Kalmar and Hiab into two standalone companies. Cargotec’s intention would be to separate Kalmar as a new listed company by means of a partial demerger from Cargotec. The Board of Directors of Cargotec estimates that the separation of Kalmar and Hiab could unlock shareholder value by allowing both businesses to pursue sustainable profitable growth opportunities independently.

The Board decided in August to establish a new Demerger Committee to oversee the preparations for listing readiness and corporate governance matters for the potential standalone Kalmar. In November, Cargotec announced that the Board of Directors has decided that Jaakko Eskola will act as the Chair of The Demerger Committee. The Demerger Committee will consist of Jaakko Eskola, Teresa Kemppi-Vasama and Tapio Kolunsarka going forward.

On 9 November 2023, Cargotec's Board of Directors appointed Sami Niiranen (M.Sc. Mining), born 1972, as the President of Kalmar as of May 2024 at the latest. Sami Niiranen will also become a member of the Cargotec Leadership team and, if the demerger is pursued, he shall also be proposed as the President and CEO of the proposed standalone Kalmar. Cargotec’s President and CEO Casimir Lindholm will hold his interim position as Kalmar President until Sami Niiranen has started in his position.

Announced orders in Q4 2023

Date (booking quarter)9 January (Q4/23)
Business area: Kalmar
Description: 20 Kalmar hybrid straddle carriers, Kalmar Insight performance management tool to all machines
Country/Customer: Uruguay/Katoen Natie
Value: Not disclosed (major order)

Date (booking quarter)8 January (Q4/23)
Business area: Kalmar
Description: four heavy electric forklift trucks, two electric reachstackers, three heavy terminal tractors, Kalmar Insight fleet performance management tool
Country/Customer: Norway/Wallenius Wilhelmsen
Value: Not disclosed (large order)

Date (booking quarter)22 December (Q4/23)
Business area: MacGregor
Description: design, hardware and supply for hatch covers, lashing bridges, deck stanchions, fixed and removable cell guides in hold and container fixed fittings for three 1,822 FEU sized container carriers
Country/Customer: US / SM Solution/Philly Shipyard
Value: Not disclosed (significant order)

Date (booking quarter)18 December (Q4/23)
Business area: Kalmar
Description: 12 Kalmar empty container handlers and a six-year Kalmar Complete Care service contract
Country/Customer: Netherlands/Star Container Services B.V.
Value: Not disclosed (large order)

Date (booking quarter)8 December (Q4/23)
Business area: MacGregor
Description: comprehensive packages of RoRo equipment for an additional four multi-fuel and zero-carbon ready Aurora class PCTCs 
Country/Customer: Norway/Höegh Autoliners
Value: Not disclosed (significant order)

Date (booking quarter)22 November (Q4/23 and Q3/23)
Business area: Kalmar
Description: 17 Kalmar Essential reachstackers (total order size is 21 machines)
Country/Customer: Brazil/Brasmaq Portuaria
Value: Not disclosed (large order)

Date (booking quarter)16 November (Q4/23)
Business area: MacGregor
Description: comprehensive packages of RoRo equipment for two PCTC vessels
Country/Customer: Not disclosed
Value: Not disclosed (significant repeat order)

All announced orders

Other releases from Q4

In December, Cargotec announced that the Board of Directors of Cargotec Corporation has resolved to establish a new share-based incentive programme directed to the key employees of Cargotec. The performance share programme includes calendar years 2024–2026 as a performance period. The programme is targeted to approximately 100 selected key employees, including the members of Cargotec Leadership Team.

In December, Kalmar announced that it will start producing its electric reachstacker and Essential forklift truck range at its Shanghai manufacturing plant. The production launch was celebrated on 6 December.

In November, Hiab announced the introduction of HiPerform™, a suite of smart solutions to maximise the Hiab equipment lifecycle value by optimising the performance and productivity of operators, equipment and fleets. HiPerform is the umbrella brand for a range of smart solutions.

Also in November, Hiab launched two new MULTILIFT hooklifts, the versatile heavy-duty MULTILIFT Ultima 28Z and MULTILIFT Ultima ZERO. Both solutions are made with low-emission recycled steel, helping customers reduce carbon emissions in their operations.

All releases

Before the silent period: CFO Mikko Puolakka answers frequently asked questions

Cargotec hosted its Q4/2023 pre-silent call on 8 January 2024. In this video, Cargotec's CFO Mikko Puolakka answers the most frequent questions received from investors and analysts during the last quarter of 2023. Martti Henttunen from Cargotec's IR team interviews.

Meet us in 2024!

The year 2023 was full of insightful meetings and events. Road shows and investor conferences took us to Norway, the UK and USA, Belgium, Denmark, Netherlands, France and Sweden, and we hosted several investor visits and calls at our headquarters in Helsinki, Finland. We are available for virtual and hybrid meetings and events also in 2024!

An up-to-date listing of the conferences and events we participate in is available on our IR calendar. Please note though that the schedule is preliminary and subject to change. If you are interested to meet with us, please do not hesitate to contact Heidi at heidi.gustafsson(at)cargotec.com to agree on the details.

IR calendar on the Cargotec website

Take a look also at these contents 

You can follow Cargotec investor-related and other news also in Instagram. Be sure to go to @cargotecglobal and subscribe!

Check our IR blog section for interesting stories about various topics around our industry and activities.

We maintain a list with all mergers and acquisitions as well as divestments on the Cargotec website Investors section - you can find the M&A history here

Consensus

Have a look at the latest VARA consensus estimates.

 

2022 pre-silent newsletters

Pre-silent newsletter Q4/2022

11 January 2023

As our silent period is about to start, we would like to highlight some of the most notable events of the very eventful fourth and last quarter of 2022. Cargotec’s Financial Statements Review 2022 will be published on Thursday, 2 February 2023, and the silent period starts on Thursday, 12 January 2023.

Cargotec CMD in Helsinki held on 15 November 

Capital Markets Day 2022 – Cargotec focuses on profitable growth through solving its customers' sustainability challenges

Cargotec hosted its Capital Markets Day in Helsinki, Finland, in mid-November. About 30 investors and analysts participated in the event on site, hearing leadership presentations and insights about Cargotec’s core business Hiab and Kalmar prospects for the future, and the company ambitions in sustainability, service, technology and innovation. Read more about the event from Cargotec's IR blog here.

On the next day after the CMD, 15 participants climbed on a bus and took a ride to Raisio, Western Finland, to see and hear about Hiab business area’s assembly unit activities there. The Raisio unit focuses on assembling Hiab’s world leading Multilift hooklifts, a demountables solution. Read the story at Cargotec's IR blog.

All information and materials published at the event is available here. Thank you for participating the event, either virtually or on-site!

Announced orders in Q4 2022

Date (booking quarter): 11 January (Q4/22)
Business area: Kalmar
Description: Total 64 Kalmar medium and heavy forklift trucks
Country/Customer: Germany/Hanselmann GmbH
Value: Not disclosed (significant order) 

Date (booking quarter): 9 January (Q4/22)
Business area: Hiab
Description: Premium heavy duty WALTCO WDV railgates for a US national retailer
Country/Customer: USA/undisclosed national retailer
Value: almost EUR 4 million 

Date (booking quarter): 29 December (Q4/22)
Business area: MacGregor
Description: RoRo equipment for two 6,900 CEU Pure Car and Truck Carrier vessels.
Country/Customer: Japan/K Line
Value: Not disclosed (large order)

Date (booking quarter): 23 December (Q4/22)
Business area: Kalmar
Description: Six Kalmar Gloria reachstackers with a lifting capacity of 45 tons to a German rental equipment provider.
Country/Customer: Germany/Uwe Kleinwort GmbH
Value: Not disclosed (large order)

Date (booking quarter): 22 December (Q4/22)
Business area: MacGregor
Description: Comprehensive packages of RoRo equipment for a total of 15 Pure Car and Truck Carrier vessels to be built at three shipyards in China and South Korea for three different ship owners.
Country/Customer: Not disclosed/Three different ship owners
Value: EUR 90 million

Date (booking quarter): 19 December (Q4/22)
Business area: Hiab
Description: 135 MULTILIFT hooklifts and seven HIAB loader cranes with installation, accessories and training, with option for 127 additional MULTILIFT hooklifts. The equipment will be installed on trucks and delivered to the Finnish Defence Forces.
Country/Customer: Finland/Veho Oy Ab
Value: Not disclosed (large order)

Date (booking quarter): 19 December (Q4/22)
Business area: Hiab
Description: MULTILIFT Optima hooklifts and medium and heavy range HIAB loader cranes for a manufacturer of commercial vehicles for the construction and concrete industry in Germany.
Country/Customer: Germany/Euromix MTP GmbH
Value: EUR 4.75 million

Date (booking quarter): 15 December (Q4/22)
Business area: Kalmar
Description: Comprehensive five-year service agreement including the provision of equipment, parts and service personnel.
Country/Customer: Sweden/undisclosed steel producer
Value: EUR 25 million

Date (booking quarter): 9 December (Q4/22)
Business area: MacGregor
Description: Heavy-duty cranes for ten floating crane barges.
Country/Customer: Indonesia/PT Karya Teknik Utama
Value: Not disclosed (Two large orders)

All announced orders

Other releases from Q4 2022

In November, Cargotec published new performance targets for its core businesses Hiab and Kalmar ahead of the Capital Markets Day. Cargotec’s Board of Directors has set the following performance targets:

  • Eco portfolio sales: double the growth compared to traditional products
  • Reduce CO2 emissions in Cargotec’s value chain1 by 25% by 2025 and by 50% by 2030
  • Sales growth faster than market2
  • Comparable operating profit 12% by 2025 and 15% by 2030

Cargotec also aims for a growing dividend 30–50% of EPS and to keep gearing below 50%.
1) Scopes 1, 2 & 3, compared to 2019
2) global GDP, IMF World Economic Outlook, current prices.

In November, we also announced that Cargotec has completed the strategic evaluation of MacGregor. Based on the evaluation, Cargotec’s Board of Directors has concluded that MacGregor will not be part of Cargotec’s portfolio in the future. Cargotec will focus on profitable growth of its core businesses, Hiab and Kalmar, by solving customers' sustainability challenges.

During the strategic evaluation, it became clear that there is considerable interest in MacGregor. However, from a value creation perspective, the timing for divesting the business is not ideal at the moment. This is due to the current uncertainty in the financial market combined with the early phase of MacGregor turnaround. Hence, Cargotec has decided not to initiate an active sales process now. The Board of Directors continues to evaluate the timing of the divestment. In the meanwhile, MacGregor will focus on improving the profitability of the business and has started a restructuring program in its offshore business. 

On 20 December, Cargotec announced that CEO Mika Vehviläinen has informed Cargotec’s Board of Directors of his intention to retire from Cargotec during 2023, in accordance with the terms of his CEO service contract. The Board has initiated a search for a successor. Mika Vehviläinen was appointed as Cargotec CEO in 2013, and the announcement comes after nearly 10-year period as CEO of Cargotec.

“Mika’s retirement next year will mark the end of a remarkable career with Cargotec. Under his leadership, Cargotec has made critical changes to its strategy, structure and performance that position it strongly for success. The work to develop the company to its full potential continues, and we will thank Mika warmly for his leadership and contribution to our business when he leaves next year,” says Jaakko Eskola, Chair of the Board of Directors. 

On the same day, Hiab announced the acquisition of a family-owned Swedish industrial group Olsbergs, which designs, manufactures and supplies hydraulic valves and remote control systems used to manoeuvre Hiab’s truck mounted loader cranes and forestry cranes. The closing took place on 1 January 2023 and the integration of Olsbergs into Hiab as a separate business unit started immediately after closing. After the acquisition is completed, Olsbergs will become a business unit in Hiab’s Loader Cranes Light & Medium division and all 100 employees join Hiab. 

On 21 December, Cargotec announced that it has entered into an EUR 330 million sustainability-linked revolving credit facility with a syndicate of its seven relationship banks on 21 December 2022. The facility has a tenor of five years with two one-year extension options. The purpose of this facility is to refinance the existing EUR 300 million revolving credit facility maturing in June 2024. With this facility, Cargotec strengthens its long-term liquidity and includes sustainability targets to the facility.

The key performance indicator (KPI) of the facility is directly linked to Cargotec's climate-related performance target, which is to reduce CO2 emissions in our value chain by 50% by 2030.

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Q4 pre-silent video

Cargotec hosted its Q4/2022 pre-silent call on 11 January. In this video, CFO Mikko Puolakka summarises the key messages and answers the most common questions we have received during the quarter.

IR activities during Q4

The quarter was full of exciting meetings, with the CMD and the following site visit bringing a lot of investors to Helsinki in November. During the fourth quarter, road shows took us to US, Canada, UK and Denmark, and we have also hosted some visits at our headquarters in Helsinki, Finland. We are also available for virtual and hybrid events. 

If you are interested to meet with us, please do not hesitate to contact Heidi at heidi.gustafsson(at)cargotec.com to agree on the details.

IR calendar

 

Pre-silent newsletter Q3/2022

The third quarter of 2022 is soon behind us and we would like to take the opportunity and highlight some of our most notable events of the past quarter. Cargotec’s interim report January–September 2022 will be published on Wednesday, 26 October 2022, and the silent period starts on Wednesday, 5 October 2022.

Cargotec CMD in Helsinki on 15 November

Cargotec's Capital Markets Day 2022 will be held in Helsinki, Finland, on Tuesday 15 November 2022. The event focuses on Cargotec’s refocused strategy published in March and future shareholder potential.

On the following day, Wednesday 16 November 2022, registered participants have the opportunity to also visit Cargotec's Hiab business area assembly unit in Raisio, Finland. Raisio unit focuses on assembling Hiab’s world-leading Multilift hooklifts, a demountables solution.

Further information and details about the event is available here. Please register by clicking the link below by no later than Wednesday, 5 October 2022 (virtual attendance is also available). The final moments to register are at hand!

Announced orders in Q3 2022

  • Date (booking quarter): 21 September (Q3/22)
  • Business area: MacGregor
  • Description: Container lashing systems for twelve 23,500+ TEU container vessels
  • Country/Customer: Germany/Hapag-Lloyd
  • Value: Not disclosed
  • Date (booking quarter): 16 September (Q3/22)
  • Business area: Hiab
  • Description: HIAB iX.2758 RAIL super heavy loader cranes including installation and five years ProCare service agreements with warranty extension by Tecnove
  • Country/Customer: Spain/Tecnove
  • Value: EUR 7.5 million
  • Date (booking quarter): 22 August (Q3/22)
  • Business area: Kalmar
  • Description: 11 Hybrid Shuttle Carriers, the sixth consecutive order of such equipment from Kalmar
  • Country/Customer: USA/Port of Virginia®
  • Value: Not disclosed
  • Date (booking quarter): 15 August (Q3/22)
  • Business area: Kalmar
  • Description: Three Kalmar diesel-electric straddle carriers
  • Country/Customer: USA/Tropical Shipping
  • Value: Not disclosed
  • Date (booking quarter): 4 August (Q3/22)
  • Business area: Kalmar
  • Description: 27 Kalmar mobile equipment solutions, including 20 Eco reachstackers
  • Country/Customer: Turkey, Sweden and Portugal/YILPORT Holding Inc.
  • Value: Not disclosed (significant order)

All announced orders

Other releases from Q3 2022

In July, we announced that Kalmar and Rainbow Industries Co. Ltd. (RIC) have entered into an agreement whereby Kalmar would transfer heavy cranes’ related intellectual properties and assets to RIC in China. The agreement would strengthen Kalmar’s strategic transfer to focus on offering industry shaping, eco-efficient cargo handling equipment. Further, Kalmar continues to offer crane automation and crane related services for its customers globally.

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Q3 pre-silent video

Cargotec hosted its Q3/2022 pre-silent call on 4 October. In this video, CFO Mikko Puolakka summarises the key messages and answers the most common questions we have received during the quarter.

IR activities during Q3

It has been a great pleasure to start meeting investors and analysts more in person again. During the third quarter, road shows took us to UK and France, and we have also hosted many visits at our headquarters in Helsinki, Finland. While the face-to-face meetings are increasing in numbers, we are also available for virtual and hybrid events.

If you are interested to meet with us, please do not hesitate to contact Heidi at heidi.gustafsson(at)cargotec.com to agree on the details.

IR calendar

Take a look also at these contents 

You can follow Cargotec investor-related and other news also in Instagram. Be sure to go to @cargotecglobal and subscribe!

Check our IR blog section for interesting stories about various topics around our industry and activities.

We maintain a list with all mergers and acquisitions as well as divestments on the Cargotec website Investors section - you can find the M&A history here

Visit the IR calendar section on the Cargotec website for more information about upcoming and past events.

Consensus

Have a look at the latest VARA consensus estimates.

Pre-silent newsletter Q2/2022

The second quarter of 2022 is soon behind us and we would like to take the opportunity and highlight some of our most notable events of the past quarter. Cargotec’s interim report January–June 2022 will be published on Wednesday, 20 July 2022, and the silent period starts on Wednesday, 29 June 2022.

Cargotec to host a capital markets day in Helsinki on 15 November

Cargotec, the global leader in sustainable cargo flow arranges Capital Markets Day in Helsinki, Finland, on Tuesday 15 November 2022. The event will focus on Cargotec’s refocused strategy published in March and future shareholder potential. Attending the event will be possible both physically in Helsinki or virtually over an online stream.

Announced orders in Q2 2022

  • Date (booking quarter): 28 June (Q2/22)
  • Business area: Kalmar
  • Description: Repeat order for 23 manually-driven, semi-automated hybrid shuttle carriers, integrated into the Terminal Operation System via KalmarOne software and complemented by services, maintenance and support
  • Country/Customer: Morocco / APM Terminals
  • Value: Not disclosed (significant order)
  • Date (booking quarter): 28 June (Q2/22)
  • Business area: Kalmar
  • Description: 62 Kalmar Hybrid AutoStrads
  • Country/Customer: USA / APM Terminals
  • Value: Not disclosed (significant order)
  • Date (booking quarter): 23 June (Q2/22)
  • Business area: MacGregor
  • Description: RoRo equipment for four multi-fuel and zero-carbon ready Aurora class Pure Car and Truck Carriers (PCTCs)
  • Country/Customer: Norway/Höegh Autoliners
  • Value: More than USD 15 million
  • Date (booking quarter): 24 May (Q2/22)
  • Business area: MacGregor
  • Description: Comprehensive packages of RoRo equipment for three pro-ecological, low-emission RoPax-ferries
  • Country/Customer: Poland/Polskie Promy
  • Value: Not disclosed (significant order)

All announced orders

Other releases from Q2 2022

During the second quarter, we announced changes in the Board of Directors and in the Cargotec Leadership Team. In April, the Board of Directors announced the appointment of Mr. Jaakko Eskola as the new Company Chair. Jaakko Eskola will succeed Mr. Ilkka Herlin who has chosen to step down as the Chair of the Board having served as Chair for 17 years since 2005. Ilkka Herlin will continue as a member of the board and as the Vice Chair.

As previously announced in March, Cargotec will shift Kalmar’s focus towards mobile solutions aiming for higher financial performance through sustainability and profitable growth. Cargotec is also planning to combine Kalmar Mobile Solutions and Kalmar Automation Solutions strategic business units to create a unified Kalmar. Michel van Roozendaal (M.Sc. Aerospace Engineering; MBA INSEAD, b.1963), currently President of Kalmar Mobile Solutions, was selected to lead the planning. Antti Kaunonen, President of Kalmar Automation Solutions, has decided to retire on 1 July 2022.

On 7 June, we announced that Kalmar invests in upgrading and expanding its manufacturing plant in Ottawa, Kansas, USA. The investment, worth close to EUR 20 million, is driven by the growing demand from the logistics industry for eco-efficient equipment solutions that do not rely on fossil fuels to operate. The investment will eventually enable the plant’s annual production capacity to be doubled, making it the largest terminal tractor manufacturing facility in North America.

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Pre-silent call video

Cargotec hosted its Q2/2022 pre-silent call on 22 June. In the video, Cargotec's CFO Mikko Puolakka summarises the key messages and answers the most common questions we have received in the call and during the quarter.

IR Blog: Sustainability metrics increasingly important in leadership incentive programmes

“Cargotec's Board strongly supports sustainability themes, and the need to include elements that emphasise sustainability in leadership remuneration has long been discussed in the Board. Themes related to all ESG aspects, environment, social and governance, are important for Cargotec’s Board,” says Vesa-Pekka Lankinen, VP Performance and Rewards, Cargotec.

Read more about his thoughts and management compensation in Cargotec in the latest IR blog.

IR activities during Q2

It has been a great pleasure for us to start meeting investors and analysts more in person again. During the second quarter, road shows took us to the UK, France, Belgium and the Netherlands. We also attended several investor conferences and meetings and hosted investors at our headquarters in Helsinki, Finland. While the face-to-face meetings are taking more and more time on our agendas, we are also available for virtual and hybrid events.

If you are interested to meet with us, please do not hesitate to contact Heidi at heidi.gustafsson(at)cargotec.com to agree on the details.

You asked, we answered!

In May, we asked the investor community about which Cargotec-related topics they would like to know more about. We received more questions than we could have hoped for - thank you everyone who participated! Have a look at the questions and answers here.

IR calendar

Take a look also at these contents 

You can follow Cargotec investor-related and other news also in Instagram. Be sure to go to @cargotecglobal and subscribe!

Check our IR blog section for interesting stories about various topics around our industry and activities.

We maintain a list with all mergers and acquisitions as well as divestments on the Cargotec website Investors section - you can find the M&A history here

Visit the IR calendar section on the Cargotec website for more information about upcoming and past events.

Consensus

Have a look at the latest VARA consensus estimates.

Pre-silent newsletter Q1/2022

The first quarter of 2022 is now behind us and we would like to take the opportunity and highlight some of our most notable events of the quarter past. Cargotec’s interim report January – March 2022 will be published on Wednesday, 27 April 2022, and the silent period starts on Wednesday, 6 April 2022.

Cargotec refocused its strategy for higher financial performance through sustainability and growth in profitable core businesses

Cargotec announced its refocused strategy on 30 March following the cancellation of the planned merger with Konecranes the day before

Cargotec will focus on sustainability and growth in profitable core businesses Hiab, Kalmar Mobile Solutions and Kalmar’s horizontal transportation business. Cargotec’s vision and breakthrough objectives sustainability and profitable growth remain.

Cargotec will initiate an evaluation of strategic options of MacGregor including a potential sale of the business.

Kalmar’s focus will shift towards mobile solutions and will start planning an exit from the heavy port cranes business.

Hiab will remain at the core of Cargotec’s strategy and its business portfolio will remain the same, but Cargotec plans to further accelerate the development of Hiab’s M&A pipeline.

Cargotec’s capital allocation priorities for upcoming 12 months are planned to be acceleration of M&A, research and development investments in electrification, robotics and digitalisation as well as Cargotec’s climate programme Mission Climate.

Cargotec is planning to host a capital markets day later this year.

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Announced orders in Q1 2022

  • Date (booking quarter): 24 March (Q1/22)
  • Business area: MacGregor
  • Description: Comprehensive packages of RoRo equipment for four PCTC's
  • Country/Customer:Norway/Höegh Autoliners
  • Value: More than USD 15 million

All announced orders

Other releases from Q1 2022

In January, Kalmar announced to supply world's first electric reach stacker with combined charging system to Westport AS in Norway, and signed a one-year agreement with Norwegian rail operator CargoNet covering the field-testing of a Kalmar Electric Reachstacker.

Hiab introduced the MOFFETT E5 NX as the third model in the eSeries of all-electric truck mounted forklifts. It is the world's first electric truck mounted forklift with a moving mast.

In February, Cargotec published its 2021 annual report and financial statements. The Annual Report 2021 consists of the annual review, financial review, corporate governance statement and remuneration report. The financial review includes the Board of Directors’ report, the financial statements, and the auditor’s report.

In the Board of Directors’ report, Cargotec for the first time also reports the group sales, capital expenditure and operating expenditure according to the EU taxonomy classification system. In 2021, the proportion of taxonomy-eligible economic activities in Cargotec’s total turnover was 100 percent, 100 percent in the capital expenditure, and 100 percent in the operational expenditure.

In March, Cargotec's Annual General Meeting was held virtually. The Annual General Meeting approved a distribution of a dividend of EUR 1.08 for each outstanding class B shares. The dividend payment day was 28 March 2022.

After the AGM, Cargotec's Board of Directors organising meeting 2022 elected Ilkka Herlin to continue as Chair of the Board. Jaakko Eskola was elected as Vice Chair of the Board.

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Q&A on Russia's military attack on Ukraine

We regret to see that the conflict has escalated into war after Russia’s military attack. The attack is a violation of human rights and there is no justification for it. Our thoughts are with those people suffering from the shocking actions. Despite the horrific consequences of the war, the general impact, however, in Cargotec's overall business at this stage is low. Below some Q&A about the situation.

Q: How big a share of your sales comes from Russia and Ukraine?
A: We have stopped all sales to Russia and Belarus until further notice. We have had sales to Russia and Ukraine, but the countries have not been among our top 10 markets. In 2021, Russia’s share of total sales was below 1%. Ukraine's share was even smaller.

Q: Do you have any assembly operations or suppliers in Russia or in Ukraine?
A: We don’t have assembly units either in Russia or in Ukraine. We have a limited number of suppliers in the countries. However, some of our suppliers get some of the steel from Ukraine.

Q: Do we have any employees in Ukraine and/or in Russia?
A: We don't have any of employees in Ukraine. In Russia, we have roughly 50 employees.

Q: What are the long term implications of the war for Cargotec?
The situation is evolving rapidly, on a daily basis, and it is too early to draw any conclusions. A prolonged conflict situation would most probably affect global economic growth adversely.

Q: Has Cargotec supported the civil victims of the war by donating money through charities?

A: The Cargotec Board of Directors has made the decision to donate 100,000 euros to charities supporting the people in need. The donation will be made through two international charities; the Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund (50%) and Unicef (50%).

IR activities during Q1

During Q1, we have kept up our active engagement with the financial markets. We met investors on virtual roadshows and hosted standalone meetings and calls with investors and analysts.

If you are interested to meet with us, please do not hesitate to contact Heidi at heidi.gustafsson(at)cargotec.com to agree on the details.

IR calendar

Take a look also at these contents 

You can follow Cargotec investor-related and other news also in Instagram. Be sure to go to @cargotecglobal and subscribe!

Check our IR blog section for interesting stories about various topics around our industry and activities.

We maintain a list with all mergers and acquisitions as well as divestments on the Cargotec website Investors section - you can find the M&A history here

Visit the IR calendar section on the Cargotec website for more information about upcoming and past events.

Consensus

Have a look at the latest VARA consensus estimates.

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