Successful closing completes CPH Group’s acquisition of Sorbead India and Swambe Chemicals

The CPH Group has concluded its acquisition of Indian-based Sorbead India and Swambe Chemicals, continuing its strategy of expanding its global market position in regions with high growth potential.

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CPH Chemie + Papier Holding AG: Plans to separate the paper business from the chemistry and packaging activities

Creation of two independent companies with the listed CPH Group AG and the over-the-counter traded Perlen Industrieholding AG • Split by distributing the paper business to shareholders in the form of a dividend in kind • CPH Group AG with a clear focus on the chemistry and packaging business and its attractive growth potential in global niche markets • Perlen Industrieholding AG is concentrating on the paper business and the consistent implementation of the existing last-man-standing strategy. In addition, the potential of the Perlen industrial site will be further exploited by establishing complementary industrial activities • The market presence under the established brands Zeochem, Perlen Packaging and Perlen Papier will remain unchanged • Extraordinary General Meeting on 20 June 2024 to vote on the planned transaction

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Annual General Meeting approves all proposals

CPH's Annual General Meeting has approved all agenda items by a large majority.

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The 2023 business year: A robust result in a challenging environment

The CPH Group achieved earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) of CHF 83 million for 2023, on net sales of CHF 624 million. The net result for the year amounted to CHF 79 million. The Group can thus report its second-best-ever annual EBIT and net result. The 2024 Annual General Meeting will be asked to approve the distribution of a dividend for the 2023 business year of CHF 4.00 per share.

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Zeochem acquires India-based Sorbead India and Swambe Chemicals

Zeochem, the chemistry division of the CPH Group, is to acquire Sorbead India and Swambe Chemicals. The purchase of the India-based distributor of molecular sieves and packaging materials and manufacturer of chromatography gels marks a further step in the CPH Group’s expansion strategy.

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CPH repays 2% bond issue 2018 to 2023

The CPH Group repaid the outstanding portion of its expiring bond issue "CPH 18-23" on time.

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Perlen Papier celebrates 150 years

400 invited guests, a party for the employees and an open day for more than 8000 visitors: this is how Perlen Papier AG celebrates its 150th anniversary on September 8 and 9.

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2023 interim results: A good result in a challenging market environment

Sales for the CPH Group in the first half of 2023 totalled CHF 332 million, a decline from the CHF 360 million of the prior-year period. While the Chemistry and Packaging divisions further raised their sales, the Paper Division reported a sales decline. First-half group EBIT remained broadly unchanged at CHF 53 million; and with income from land sales, the net result for the period was raised from CHF 47 million to CHF 61 million.

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Innovation born of motivation

Constantly improving product, process and service quality to create and supply high-quality products and thereby maintain a strong competitive position in its target markets is a core competence of the CPH Group.

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Annual General Meeting with record attendance

The 51st Annual General Meeting of CPH approved all agenda items with a large majority.

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The 2022 business year: Net sales and net result raised to new record highs

The CPH Group increased its net sales to CHF 725 million, its EBIT to CHF 112 million and its net result to CHF 101 million – all new record highs – for the 2022 financial year. The 2023 Annual General Meeting will be asked to approve a dividend distribution for 2022 of CHF 4.50 (prior year: CHF 1.30) per share.

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CPH Group sells industrial land in Full-Reuenthal

The CPH Group has sold industrial land at its former operating site in Full-Reuenthal to Full Property AG. The new owners plan to establish sustainable industrial wood processing operations on the site. The sale has generated non-operating income in the low double-digit millions for the CPH Group.

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CPH Group expects triple-digit-million 2022 operating result

The CPH Group has raised its forecast for its 2022 annual results. With product orders strong and prices higher, the Group now expects to report net sales for the year of more than CHF 700 million and an annual EBIT of more than CHF 100 million.

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Coating plant in Brazil inaugurated

At the beginning of November, Perlen Packaging's new coating plant in Anápolis was inaugurated and put into operation with a ceremony.

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Investors’ Day 2022: Sustainability and innovation in the spotlight

The focus of the Investors’ Day 2022 was on the Chemistry Division. Special attention was also paid to the CPH Group's sustainability strategy.

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2022 interim results: First-half net sales and net result substantially improved

The CPH Group generated net sales of CHF 360 million for the first six months of 2022, a 48% improvement on the prior-year period to which all three of its business divisions contributed with double-digit growth. Thanks to strong order volumes and higher sales prices, group EBIT was raised from CHF 5.7 million to CHF 51.9 million, and the net result for the period amounted to CHF 47.5 million.

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Ten apprentices successfully complete their vocational training

This summer, ten apprentices successfully completed their training at the Perlen site. Among them are two refugees from Afghanistan who managed to enter the Swiss labor market in this way.

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Perlen Packaging and Cipatex conclude collaboration on mono PVC pharmaceutical films in Brazil

Perlen Packaging is further expanding its activities in Latin America, and is entering into an exclusive collaboration with Brazil-based PVC manufacturer Cipatex.

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CPH Group raises profit forecast for the financial year 2022

In view of strong order volumes and higher sales prices, the CPH Group expects to report an EBIT of around CHF 50 million for the first half of 2022, and has also raised its profit forecast for the full financial year.

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Lake bed in front of former chemical production site is redeveloped

Remediation of the lake bed in front of the former production site of the Chemistry Division in Uetikon has begun. The CPH Group is bearing 80% of the costs.

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3 business divisions, 3 success stories

As a reaction to the increasing demand, the Chemistry and Packaging divisions are expanding their production facilities. The Paper Division’s climate-neutral paper, on the other hand, enables its customers to reduce their carbon footprint.

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Annual General Meeting approves all agenda items

For the first time since 2019, the Annual General Meeting of CPH was again able to take place with the physical presence of the shareholders. They approved all agenda items with a large majority.

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The 2021 business year: Net sales up but steep rises seen in raw materials costs

The CPH Group generated net sales of CHF 496.7 million in 2021, an 11.6% increase on the previous year. Annual EBITDA declined to CHF 25.7 million as a result of steep rises in raw materials costs. Following a one-time impairment of CHF 150 million to the fixed assets of the Group’s paper production in Perlen, the net result for the year amounted to CHF 151.4 million. The 2022 Ordinary General Meeting will be asked to approve a dividend distribution of CHF 1.30 per share for the 2021 financial year.

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2021 net result impacted by impairment

In view of the continuing predatory competition in the paper segment, the CPH Group expects an extraordinary impairment charge of CHF 150 million to its paper production fixed assets in the 2021 financial year. The impairment will impact the net result for the year, which is expected to be negative broadly in line with the impairment charge. The impairment will have no cash impact, however, and the Group’s equity ratio remains sound at over 50%.

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IT systems of the CPH Group restored

The CPH Group has checked its IT systems after the cyber attack and restored them with its own resources. Production should resume at the affected sites worldwide no later than in the course of Thursday, 13 January 2022.

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Cyber attack on IT systems of the CPH Group

Due to a cyber attack during the night of 7 January 2022, the IT systems of the CPH Group worldwide were immediately shut down in a controlled manner. The necessary measures to protect the IT infrastructure were initiated.

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Long-serving CPH Chairman Franz-Josef Albrecht has died

Dr. Franz-Josef Albrecht, former Chairman of the Board of Directors of CPH Chemie + Papier Holding AG, has died. He was 73. It was under Dr. Albrecht’s chairmanship in 2001 that CPH became a Swiss Stock Exchange-listed company.

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Marc Haller named new Head of Packaging

Marc Haller has been appointed as the new head of the CPH Group’s Packaging Division. He succeeds Wolfgang Grimm, who will retire in spring 2022 after 24 successful years as Head of Packaging and a member of CPH Group Executive Management. Marc Haller was most recently General Manager of Sulzer Mixpac AG and a member of the Sulzer Management Group.

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Production at Perlen Papier interrupted for three days

After a fire in the waste paper storage facility, production at Perlen Papier was interrupted for three days. However, deliveries within Switzerland are only affected to a minor extent.

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Gerold Brütsch named new CFO of the CPH Group

Gerold Brütsch has been appointed as the new Chief Financial Officer of the CPH Group. He succeeds Richard Unterhuber, who will leave the Group by the end of February 2022.

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CPH to serve as key supplier for new Perlen wood-fibre insulation board production plant of Schilliger Holz AG

Schilliger Holz AG plans to build a new facility for manufacturing wood-fibre insulation board out of Swiss wood at its existing Perlen site. The CPH Group is leasing the company a 20,000-square-metre land plot for the plant’s construction, and will also supply power and water for the new operation.

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2021 first-half results: Chemistry and Packaging on track; earnings for Paper depressed by higher raw materials costs

The CPH Group raised its first-half net sales by 5.1% in 2021 to CHF 243.7 million. The Chemistry and the Packaging divisions performed on-track, while earnings for the Paper Division were depressed by higher raw materials costs. Group EBIT for the period declined as expected to CHF 5.7 million. The first-half net result amounted to CHF 5.9 million.

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Breaking ground on a new office building in the US

Construction of Zeochem's new office building in Louisville has started in June 2021. And the Chemistry Division is investing in increasing the lithium molecular sieve production capacities at the US site.

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Chemistry Division to expand its capacities

Zeochem is investing just over CHF 10 million in increasing its Louisville and Zvornik molecular sieve production capacities.

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CPH shares are listed on the Swiss stock exchange for 20 years

In June 2001, CPH Chemie + Papier Holding AG shares were traded on the Swiss stock exchange for the first time.

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CPH 2021 Investors’ Day put the spotlight on Packaging

The CPH Group hosted its latest annual Investors’ Day on Monday, 14 June. This year’s event offered an update on the Group’s long-term strategy, along with a more detailed insight into its Packaging Division.

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CPH merges with its major shareholder

The Extraordinary General Meeting of CPH Chemie + Papier Holding approved the proposed merger of the company with its main shareholder Uetikon Industrieholding on June 4, 2021.

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CPH Group participates in pilot project for Covid mass testing

The CPH Group companies at the Perlen site are involved in the pilot project for weekly Covid-19 tests organized by the Canton of Lucerne.

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Claudine Mollenkopf elected to the Board of Directors

The Ordinary General Meeting elects Claudine Mollenkopf to the Board of Directors and approves all proposals of the Board of Directors with a large majority.

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The best by far

In 2020, the employees of the CPH Group were challenged by the Covid-19 crisis. Thanks to creativity, discipline, dedication and appropriate distancing, they ensured the three business divisions' delivery capability.

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The 2020 business year: Diversification proves its worth

The CPH Group delivered a relatively sound overall performance during the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, thanks to its diversification in various business segments. With net sales of CHF 445.2 million, the Group achieved annual earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) of CHF 24.7 million. The net result for the year of CHF 47.0 million was broadly at its 2019 level, thanks to non-recurring income of CHF 25.9 million. The 2021 Ordinary General Meeting will be asked to approve the distribution of a dividend of CHF 1.80 per share for the 2020 financial year.

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The CPH share is part of the new SPI ESG index

CPH shares were included in the SPI ESG and SPI ESG Weighted sustainability indices newly launched by the Swiss stock exchange SIX.

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CPH Chemie + Papier Holding AG plans merger with its main shareholder Uetikon Industrieholding AG

Uetikon Industrieholding AG is to be merged into CPH Chemie + Papier Holding AG. As a result, the present shareholders of Uetikon Industrieholding AG will hold shares directly in CPH Chemie + Papier Holding AG, raising the free float and thus enhancing the attractiveness of the CPH share. Following the merger, the CPH Group will continue to have the descendants of its founding families as strong anchor shareholders within its shareholder base.

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The first climate-neutral paper is made in Perlen

Perlen Papier will be the first supplier worldwide to offer climate-neutral paper starting January 2021. The CO2 emissions will be offset via a certified afforestation project in Uruguay.

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Life cycle assessments conducted for Chemistry and Packaging

The direct emissions of the Chemistry and Packaging divisions account for only a small proportion of the total carbon dioxide generated in their products’ production cycles.

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CPH generates deferred tax income of some CHF 12 million

The CPH Group is transferring certain land assets to a newly-founded real estate subsidiary in a move that will generate deferred tax income of around CHF 12 million. This will raise the Group’s non-recurring income for 2020 to some CHF 26 million. The CPH Group now expects to report a net result for the current year of around CHF 40 million.

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Successful Investors’ Day in Perlen

The focus of this year’s Investors' Day of the CPH Group was on the paper division, which is far ahead of its European competitors in terms of sustainability.

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Domestically-produced paper is more sustainable

Perlen Papier, a company of the CPH Group, continues to ensure the recycling of recovered paper and the production of newsprint in Switzerland during the corona crisis, too. Having consistently reduced its emissions, Perlen Papier now has a carbon footprint which is 75% smaller than those of its European competitors. Newspapers and magazines that are printed on Perlen Papier paper are ecofriendly and sustainable.

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Perlen Packaging to build film coating plant in Brazil

Having constructed a new film coating plant in China, the Packaging Division of the CPH Group is now continuing its emerging markets expansion in Latin America. Perlen Packaging is to build a further new film coating plant at its operating site in Brazil where it will also be co-financing a new calendering facility for mono film production.

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Bernhard Schaub, first CPH Board Chairman, deceased

Dr. Bernhard Schaub, the first Chairman of the Board of Directors of CPH Chemie + Papier Holding AG, has passed away at the age of 90. Dr. Schaub was responsible for the company’s foundation in 1971, and continued to serve as its Board Chairman until 1999.

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Lower provisions required for lake bed clean-up

Canton Zurich has commissioned a full-services contractor to conduct the clean-up of the lake bed beside the CPH Group’s former Uetikon operating site. The total cost of the clean-up operation is now expected to be lower than was originally estimated and allows the CPH Group to release CHF 12 million of the provisions.

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Lower provisions required for Uetikon lake bed clean-up

Canton Zurich has commissioned a full-services contractor to conduct the clean-up of the lake bed beside the CPH Group’s former Uetikon operating site. The total cost of the operation is now projected to be lower than the CHF 40 million which was estimated at the time of the site’s sale to Canton Zurich. In view of this, the CPH Group can release CHF 12 million of the provisions which it originally made for these clean-up activities.

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AGM approves reduction in share nominal value

The 48th Ordinary General Meeting was held without the physical presence of the company’s shareholders, in compliance with the current COVID-19 ordinance issued by the Swiss Federal Council.

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Sustainability at CPH

The CPH Group has made major efforts to save on resources and reduce its carbon emissions over the past few years.

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The 2019 business year: CPH achieves its first-ever double-digit annual EBIT margin

The CPH Group generated total net sales of CHF 524.7 million for 2019, broadly in line with prior-year levels. EBIT for the year was raised 9.6% to CHF 56.6 million, while the net result of CHF 48.5 million was a 14.6% year-on-year improvement. In place of a dividend, the Board of Directors will recommend a CHF 1.80 reduction in the nominal value of the CPH share and the repayment to shareholders of the reduction amount.

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Perlen Packaging opens new Anápolis plant

Perlen Packaging opened its new production plant in Anápolis, Brazil in November 2018, with a formal opening ceremony that was attended by some 60 guests. The new state-of-the-art facility produces medicinal packaging films in clean-room conditions.

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CPH presented at Investora in Zurich

On September 19, Peter Schildknecht and Richard Unterhuber introduced the CPH Group at the largest Swiss conference for small and mid caps.

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2019 Half-year report: Encouraging business performances in all three divisions

The CPH Group generated net sales of CHF 267.5 million in the first six months of 2019, a 1.3% improvement on the prior-year period. All three business divisions reported encouraging operating results. Group first-half earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) were raised 15.0% to CHF 32.0 million, and the net result of CHF 27.2 million was a 20.1% improvement on January-to-June 2018.

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CPH repays CHF 120 million bond

CPH Chemie + Papier Holding AG repaid its 2.75% bond on 10 July 2019, raising the company’s balance sheet equity ratio back towards 60%.

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Successful investors’ day in Rüti

On the investors' day in Rüti near Zurich, the CPH Group presented the new manufacturing facility of the Chemistry Division.

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Working together to preserve the biosphere

During the apprentice camp, two dozen CPH Group apprentices worked together to preserve the biosphere of the mountain region in Lucerne.

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AGM approves dividend increase

At the 47th Ordinary Annual General Meeting of CPH Chemie + Papier Holding AG, the shareholders approved an increase in the dividend payment to CHF 1.80 per share and accepted all items on the agenda with an overwhelming majority.

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The 2018 business year: CPH Group achieves record operating margin

The CPH Group increased its annual net sales by 13.6% to CHF 533.5 million in 2018. Earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) were raised from CHF 2.9 million to CHF 51.6 million. The net result amounted to CHF 42.3 million. A doubled dividend of CHF 1.30 per share will be proposed for the year, together with a special 200th anniversary dividend of CHF 0.50 per share.

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J&K Scientific: distributors worldwide

J&K Scientific has been distributing Zeochem’s deuterated compounds for ten years now. William Kerr, CEO of the China-based company, sees further application potential.

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AVAG: there’s value in waste

AVAG collects 12 000 tonnes of waste paper in Switzerland every year, which APS recycles. It’s a collaboration that benefits people and the environment alike.

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Teuto: generics for Brazil

Generic products dominate Brazil’s pharmaceuticals market. With over 3 000 employees, Teuto is one of the country’s leading pharmaceutical companies. And it’s the biggest customer of Perlen Packaging’s new Anápolis operation.

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Zeochem wins Bosnia-Herzegovina award

CPH’s Chemistry Division has earned Bosnia-Herzegovina’s "FIPA Award to the Most Significant Foreign Investors" for establishing its new production facility in Zvornik, which employs 40 personnel. Company manager Zoran Petkovic (far left in the picture) received the prestigious distinction on CPH’s behalf.

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A century of pension scheme care

Even back in the 19th Century, the Schnorf brothers looked after their employees with a company health insurance scheme. And in 1918 they founded the first occupational pension scheme of the CPH Group.

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Outlook for 2018 annual results

The strong business trends of the first half of 2018 continued in the third-quarter period, and the CPH Group expects to report annual results for the 2018 financial year that are a substantial improvement on the prior year.

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CPH increases public bond to CHF 100 million

CPH Chemie + Papier Holding AG (CPHN) has increased the total amount of the public bond launched on 14 September 2018 by CHF 15 million. The action has been taken in response to high investor demand.

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Asylum seekers successfully integrated

Djamal Moschtaq and Salehi Seifollah came to Switzerland from their native Afghanistan as asylum seekers in 2016. They both went on to complete internships at Perlen Packaging. Djamal has now taken things one step further and began his training as a Perlen Packaging plant operator in August of this year.

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High prospects: the CPH Group welcomes its new apprentices

Sixteen young people embarked on a new phase in their lives at the end of August. They began their vocational training in nine different units at the CPH Group’s operating sites in Perlen (Switzerland) and Müllheim (Germany).

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CPH refinances Swiss-franc bond

CPH Chemie + Papier Holding AG (CPHN) placed a CHF 85 million corporate bond on the Swiss capital market today. The Swiss-franc bond has a maturity of 5 years and carries a coupon of 2.0%.

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High prospects: the CPH Group welcomes its new apprentices

Sixteen young people embarked on a new phase in their lives at the end of August. They began their vocational training in nine different units at the CPH Group’s operating sites in Perlen (Switzerland) and Müllheim (Germany).

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Interim results 2018: earnings substantially improved

The CPH Group generated total net sales of CHF 264.1 million in the first six months of 2018, a 14.0% increase on the prior-year period. First-half EBITDA amounted to CHF 43.3 million. All three business divisions posted substantially-improved earnings, and the group EBIT margin for the period rose to 10.5%. The Packaging Division achieved a new record operating result.

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The Schnorf Family and sulphuric acid

Two hundred years, seven generations, many successes and a few setbacks, too: Matthias Wiesmann has told the “chemical” story of the Schnorf Family in the series Swiss Pioneers of Business and Technology.

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Perlen Packaging wins Worldstar Packaging Award

The Perlamed BLISTair single-use inhaler has already earned a number of awards and distinctions. And these now include the world’s most prestigious innovation award.

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Zeochem acquires distribution business from Yusheng

The CPH Group’s Chemistry Division takes over the sales activities for molecular sieves in China from Shanghai Yusheng Chemical Co. Ltd.

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CPH marks its bicentenary with a huge party and gala dinner

The CPH Group celebrated the 200th anniversary of its foundation in style with a gala dinner followed with a major public party on its original Uetikon (Zurich) site on Saturday 26 May. And thousands came in the excellent weather to join in the festivities.

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2018 General Meeting approves all agenda items

The 46th Ordinary General Meeting of CPH Chemie + Papier Holding AG approved all the items on the meeting agenda by overwhelming majorities. These included a reduction in the nominal value of the company’s share capital from CHF 30 million to CHF 12 million.

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CPH Group achieves growth in all business divisions

The CPH Group increased its annual net sales by 8.0% to CHF 469.8 million in 2017, and achieved further success in its internationalization strategy. Thanks to extraordinary income, the net result for the year was improved by CHF 23.9 million to CHF 16.2 million. The dividend payment for the year remains unchanged at CHF 0.65 per share.

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200 years of Uetikon chemistry production

An exhibition at the Uetikon Museum tells the story of the town's chemicals factory since its foundation in 1818.

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Perlen Packaging to acquire Sekoya of Brazil

Perlen Packaging AG, the packaging division of the CPH Group, is to acquire a majority shareholding in Sekoya Industria e Comercio Ltda. of Brazil. As well as representing Perlen Packaging in the Brazilian market, Sekoya maintains its own finishing plant.

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Trainees of tomorrow

Some 160 different vocational training courses were on offer at the ZEBI Central Swiss Education Fair. And Perlen Papier made its début this year with its own fair stand.

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Zeochem to acquire Armar

The Chemistry Division of the CPH Group is to acquire Armar AG, a manufacturer of deuterated solvents and its long-established distribution partner, under an asset deal effective 1 March 2018.

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All good things come in threes

Perlen Packaging's revolutionary BLISTair single-use powder inhaler has already won multiple reputed packaging awards.

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Zeochem expands its U.S. operation

With growing demand for medical oxygen, Zeochem is expanding its capacities for producing the molecular sieves used for oxygen purification.

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Paper Division to acquire Papierfabrik Utzenstorf AG’s paper recycling business

The Paper Division of the CPH Group is to take over the customer and recovered paper supplier contracts of Papierfabrik Utzenstorf AG with effect from 1 January 2018. The acquisition will ensure the continuation of waste paper recycling in the Swiss communities concerned. The Utzenstorf recovered paper sorting facility will also remain in operation.

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Interim Results 2017: CPH increases net sales in all its business divisions

The CPH Group generated total net sales of CHF 231.7 million in the first six months of 2017, a 5.5% improvement on the same period last year, and achieved a slightly positive first-half operating result. Earnings for its Chemistry and Packaging divisions showed encouraging trends, while the EBIT result for the Paper Division was depressed by higher recycled paper prices.

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Chemistry and Packaging divisions sharpen brand profiles

The CPH Group’s Chemistry and Packaging divisions will in future trade solely under the “Zeochem” and “Perlen Packaging” brands.

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Zeochem merges its Swiss-based companies

The CPH Group’s Chemistry Division is merging its Swiss-based companies CU Deutero + Agro AG and Chemie Uetikon AG into Zeochem AG.

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Not just fresh but sustainable, too

In addition to recovered paper, the paper manufacturing process also requires fresh wood, which must always be available and in large quantities.

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Business Year 2016: CPH Group expands in Asia and posts a positive EBIT result

The CPH Group raised its net sales 3.5% to CHF 434.8 million in 2016. With actions consistently taken to further enhance efficiency, EBIT was improved CHF 27.7 million to CHF 5.9 million. The Chemistry and Packaging divisions continued to pursue their Asian growth strategy.

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Ready for new use

The 200 000-square-metre former production site of the Chemistry Division in Canton Aargau is being prepared for new land use.

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Perlen weir to be refurbished

Perlen Papier has been channelling water from the nearby River Reuss to help power its paper factory ever since the company was founded in 1873. A new Reuss weir is now required.

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Richard Unterhuber wird CFO der CPH-Gruppe

Der Verwaltungsrat der CPH Chemie + Papier Holding AG (SIX: CPHN) hat Richard Unterhuber zum neuen Chief Financial Officer (CFO) der CPH-Gruppe ernannt. Er wird die Aufgabe am 1. Oktober 2016 übernehmen.

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A reliable local partner

Perlen Packaging supplies various medicine packaging operations of Boehringer Ingelheim all over the world. And it now also does so from its new Chinese manufacturing facility.

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Consistently high quality is the key

The Chengdu Shenleng Liquefaction Plant and Jiangsu ALSIO Technology have been working together for over ten years now, with excellent results.

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Zeochem to build production plant in Zvornik

Zeochem, the Chemistry Division of CPH Chemie + Papier Holding AG has acquired an industrial site in Bosnia and Herzegovina to build a new production facility. The plant, planned to be completed by the end of 2017, will be used to manufacture molecular sieves powder and silica chromatography gels.

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“We only use ALSIO for our molecular sieves”

Techairs is ALSIO’s most important Chinese customer. The engineering company uses only ALSIO molecular sieves when it develops new facilities.

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