APERAM is a stainless and specialty steel producer. Co. produces a range of stainless steel products and products including electrical steel (grain oriented, non-grain oriented, and non-grain oriented semi-processed steel), nickel alloys and specialties. Co. sells its products to customers on three continents in over 40 countries, including aerospace, automotive, catering, construction, household appliances and electrical engineering, industrial processes, medical, and oil & gas industries. Co. manages its business according to three operating segments: Stainless and Electrical Steel; Services and Solutions; and Alloys and Specialties.
Celyad is engaged in engineered cell therapy treatments with clinical programs initially targeting indications in cardiovascular disease and oncology. Co. provides C-CATHez, an injection catheter that delivers bio therapeutic agents into the myocardium. Co.'s main product is C-Cure, which is in Phase III clinical trials for the treatment of chronic heart failure secondary to ischemic cardiomyopathy. Co.'s drug product candidates are autologous cell therapy treatments. In autologous procedures, a patient's cells are harvested, selected, reprogrammed and expanded, and then infused back into the same patient.
Dialog Semiconductor is engaged in creating and marketing mixed signal integrated circuits for personal, portable, hand-held devices, low energy short-range wireless, LED solid-state lighting and automotive applications. Co. has four segments: Mobile Systems, which includes its power management and audio chips for the wireless systems markets; Automotive and Industrial, which markets products that address the safety, management and control of electronic systems in cars and for industrial applications; Connectivity, with activities that include short-range wireless, digital cordless, Bluetooth and VoIP technology; and Power Conversion, which includes its AC/DC converter solutions.
Freenet is a telecommunications provider in Germany. Co. provides its customers a portfolio of services and products, particularly in the field of mobile voice and data services. Co. does not operate its own network, but markets mobile communication services for the mobile network operators Telekom, Vodafone, E-Plus and O2 in Germany, under its own name and on its own account. Apart from its own network-independent postpaid, no-frills and prepaid services, Co. also provides the original network operators' tariffs. Co. operates within two segments: mobile communications and other/holding.
Ingenico Group is a business technology company, operating in 125 countries. Co. designs, develops and supplies payment terminals, offering mercantile payment solutions, cross-border and global payment services and certified global service platform. Co.'s services are done around Payment terminals and software; Terminal estate management, security application updates; Connectivity ensuring the terminal-to-bank host connection; Full after-sales service taking charge of every phase in the lifecycle of terminals and software; 24/7, from installation, maintenance & repair to upgrades; Centralization of transactions; End-to-end security - from terminal to bank or processor..
Leonardo is the holding company for The Finmeccanica Group, and is responsible for guiding and controlling industrial and strategic operations, coordinates its subsidiaries. The Finmeccanica Group operates in the Aerospace and Defence sector, which includes the Helicopters, Defence and Security Electronics, Aeronautics, Space and Defence Systems segments; and in the Transportation sector, which also includes Fata S.p.a., in addition to the companies operating in the transportation sector.
Melia Hotels International is the parent company of a group engaged in the acquisition, management and operation of hotels. Co. operates its hotel network in Germany, Argentina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cabo Verde, Chile, China, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cuba, Egypt, Spain, United States, France, Greece, Netherlands, Indonesia, Italy, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Portugal, Puerto Rico, United Kingdom, Dominican Republic, Singapore, Switzerland, Tunisia, Uruguay, Venezuela and Vietnam under the followings brandnames: Paradisus Resorts®, Melia Hotels & Resorts®, TRYP Hoteles® and Sol Hotels & Resorts®.
Mersen produces materials and electrical components intended for alternative energies, chemicals and pharmaceuticals, rail transportation, electronics and process industries. Co. divides its operations into two segments: Advanced Materials and Technologies (AMT - Materials), and Electrical Components and Technologies (ECT - Electrical). In addition, Co. produces four types of products: Electrical Applications, Electrical Protection, High-Temperature Applications, and Anticorrosion Equipment. Co. also caters to the process industries, supporting their transition towards greater energy efficiency and boasts an efficient manufacturing base with plants employing the very latest technologies.
Nokian Tyres is a tyre manufacturer. Co. mainly sells its products in the aftermarket. Co. and its subsidiaries include the Vianor tyre retail chain, which provides wholesale and retail services in Co.'s primary markets. The core business units in Co. and its subsidiaries are Passenger Car Tyres, which develops, manufactures, and markets summer and winter tyres for passenger cars and delivery trucks as well as SUVs; Heavy Tyres, which focuses on special tyres; as well as Vianor, which provides tyres for all vehicles: passenger cars, vans, trucks, and heavy machinery. In addition to Nokian-branded tyres, the Vianor tyre retail chain sells other tyre brands and a variety of motoring products.
Seche Environnement offers environmental management solutions for industrial clients or local authorities. Co. operates waste treatment and recovery facilities and develops tools to produce energy from waste. Co. also collects and sorts all types of waste, whether household or industrial, hazardous or non-hazardous. For local authorities, Co. manages household waste and other environmental concerns. Co. is engaged in thermal treatment, storage, methanization of household waste and production of alternative fuels. For industrial clients, Co. has developed products and services for handling industrial waste from waste production sites to elimination facilities.
Sixt Leasing SE is a Germany-based company engaged in automobile leasing. It reports two business segments: Leasing, consisting of Fleet Leasing and Online Retail business fields, and Fleet Management. Fleet Leasing covers full-service leasing for large corporate customers, including lease financing, as well as fleet management, allowing companies with large vehicle fleets to outsource the entire management of their fleet. The offering also includes consultation and advice for vehicle selection, vehicle procurement, vehicle maintenance over the entire contract period, management of tire replacements, as well as solutions for the transparent return of vehicles. Online Retail offers leasing solutions for private and commercial customers through its online platforms sixt-neuwagen.de and autohaus24.de. The Fleet Management segment is covered by the subsidiary Sixt Mobility Consulting GmbH and manages large fleets for customers who purchased or leased their vehicles from other providers.
Sixt is a parent company that acts as the holding company. Through its subsidiary, Co. is an international provider of mobility services. With its Vehicle Rental and Leasing Business Units Co. provides its customers tailor-made products that provide mobility of a few minutes to several years. In the Vehicle Rental Business Unit Co. has a network of stations with an almost worldwide presence through its own rental offices as well as through cooperation with franchisees and cooperation partners. Through its Leasing Business Unit Co. is a non-bank, vendor-neutral leasing companies. In addition, Co.'s franchisees and cooperation partners provides lease financing and services.
SMA Solar Technology is a holding company. Through its subsidiaries, Co. operates in five divisions: Medium Power Solutions, which distributes inverters, system solutions as well as products used for monitoring PV systems and energy management; Power Plant Solutions, which supplies central inverters and system solutions to PV plants; Service, which provides customers in Germany and abroad with support and after-sales services; Zeversolar, which serves the Chinese photovoltaic market and the budget market (low-price segment) in foreign markets; and Railway Technology, which manufactures converters as individual devices and energy supply systems for railway coaches.
Oddo Securities provides securities brokerage and research services. The company offers equity, economic, and derivatives research and credit analysis services. It focuses on insurance, automotive, building materials, pharmaceuticals, telecommunications, information technology, and agri-food industries.
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