Start of a new business era after successful spin-off of the paper manufacturing activities

Separation of paper business from chemistry and packaging activities of CPH Group AG successfully effected. Off-exchange trading in shares of the newly spun-off and newly founded Perlen Industrieholding AG begins today.

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Spin-off of the paper business approved

The shareholders of CPH Chemie + Papier Holding AG (CPH) voted at today’s Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) in Perlen to approve the separation proposed in March 2024 of the company’s paper manufacturing business from its chemistry and packaging activities by 98,2 %.

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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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Investor Day 2023: Special focus on sustainability

The focus of this year's Investor Day of the CPH Group was on the sustainability strategy. This was further developed and sharpened.

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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