Semperit: Annual General Meeting approves dividend of EUR 1.50 per share for 2020

27 April 2021

At the 132nd Annual General Meeting of Semperit AG Holding, the Executive Board's proposal to pay a dividend of EUR 1.50 per share to the shareholders for the financial year 2020 was approved.

Dr Stefan Fida, Birgit Noggler and Dr Astrid Skala-Kuhmann were re-elected as Supervisory Board members. Resolutions were also taken on all other items on the agenda in accordance with the presented resolution proposals.

At the constituent meeting of the Supervisory Board, which took place following the Annual General Meeting, Dr Walter Koppensteiner, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, and Dr Stefan Fida, Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board, were re-confirmed in their functions.

Monika Schartner and Herbert Ofner were newly elected to the Supervisory Board as staff representatives. They succeed Sigrid Haipl and Michaela Jagschitz, who resigned from their functions due to retirement.



Monika Riedel
Director Group Brand Management, Corporate Spokesperson
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Judit Helenyi
Director Investor Relations
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About Semperit:
The publicly listed company Semperit AG Holding is an internationally-oriented group that develops, produces, and sells in more than 100 countries highly specialised rubber products for the industrial and medical sectors: hydraulic and industrial hoses, conveyor belts, escalator handrails, construction profiles, cable car rings, products for railway superstructures, and examination and surgical gloves. The headquarters of this long-standing Austrian company, which was founded in 1824, are located in Vienna. The Semperit Group employs around 7,000 people worldwide, including about 3,800 in Asia and around 900 in Austria (Vienna and production site in Wimpassing, Lower Austria). The Group has 14 manufacturing facilities worldwide and numerous sales offices in Europe, Asia, Australia, and America. In 2020, the group generated revenue of EUR 927.6 million and an EBITDA of EUR 208.6 million.