Machine vision is a dynamic field: STEMMER IMAGING and our suppliers are the world´s leading manufacturers for machine vision components and solutions, introducing many brand new developments several times a year.
The Supervisory Board of STEMMER IMAGING AG today appointed Arne Dehn as Executive Board member of STEMMER IMAGING AG effective from 01 January 2019. After two months of transition, he will take over the CEO (Chief Executive Officer) position from Christof Zollitsch, who asked the Supervisory Board to terminate his contract early as of 28 February 2019. The Supervisory Board has accepted his request today. Christof Zollitsch intends to provide his experiences and expertise to STEMMER IMAGING in an advisory capacity and to remain closely linked to the company.
STEMMER IMAGING AG generated record-breaking figures again in the past 2017/2018 financial year. Revenue climbed by 14.0 per cent to EUR 100.63 million (previous year: EUR 88.30 million), exceeding the EUR 100 million mark for the first time in the company’s history. Adjusted operating earnings (adjusted EBITDA) increased by 46.5 per cent from EUR 7.58 million to EUR 11.11 million.
For the first time, STEMMER IMAGING is expanding its portfolio and acquires a stake in a software specialist, namely Perception Park GmbH, the Austrian provider of the data processing platform Perception System & Studio.
STEMMER IMAGING AG achieved another record year on the
basis of the provisional figures. As such, adjusted EBITDA increased by 46.1 per cent to
EUR 11.1 million in the 2017/2018 financial year (previous year: EUR 7.6 million). According
to preliminary calculations, consolidated revenue climbed by 14.0 per cent to
EUR 100.6 million in the reporting year (previous year: EUR 88.3 million).
STEMMER IMAGING, one of the leading providers of machine vision technology in Europe, has signed a far-reaching memorandum of understanding with regard to cooperation with the Chinese provider of machine vision technology, Nanjing Inovance Industrial Vision Technology. With this partnership, STEMMER IMAGING is entering one of the most dynamically growing automation markets.
STEMMER IMAGING, one of the leading providers of machine vision technology in Europe, has acquired ELVITEC S.A.S. (ELVITEC)’s business in a share deal. ELVITEC is a highly specialised provider of machine vision solutions from France.
As of 1st July, STEMMER IMAGING founds its own subsidiary in Austria. In the future, customers will benefit from even better advice and support through the local office in Graz.
Following its successful IPO in February, STEMMER IMAGING AG (ISIN DE000A2G9MZ9 / GSIN A2G9MZ) is pushing forward its ambitious growth strategy. To this end, the expert for industrial machine vision establishes a 100% subsidiary in Austria. All STEMMER IMAGING products and services will be available to customers from the Graz office.
In the first nine months of the 2017/2018 financial year (1st July 2017 to 31st March 2018), STEMMER IMAGING AG (ISIN DE000A2G9MZ9/WKN A2G9MZ) generated adjusted EBITDA of EUR 8.25 million and thus exceeded the previous year’s figure (EUR 6.11 million) by 35.0 per cent. Consolidated revenue increased from EUR 64.4 million to EUR 74.5 million in the same period. With revenue growth of 15.7 per cent in the first nine months of 2017/2018 and of 21.5 per cent in the third quarter, STEMMER IMAGING was again well above the market average. Incoming orders rose by 18.3 per cent to EUR 81.3 million in the reporting period.
STEMMER IMAGING AG, one of Europe’s leading machine vision technology providers, was successfully launched on the stock market today. In the course of this morning the share price rose to more than 36.00 Euro. This is an increase of more than 7 percent compared to the issue price of 34.00 Euro.
STEMMER IMAGING AG, one of Europe’s leading machine vision technology providers, has set the issue price for its shares at EUR 34.00 per share. The price was therefore at the midpoint of the price range between EUR 32.00 and EUR 36.00 per share. At the placement price, the IPO of STEMMER IMAGING AG was significantly oversubscribed.