WABTEC: ‘Record results’ for the 2014 calendar year were announced by Wabtec Corp on February 18. The company reported sales of US$3·04bn, income from operations of US$527m or 17·3% of sales, and earnings per diluted share of US$3·62. Cash flow from operations of US$472m exceeded net income of US$352m, and at the year end the company had cash of US$426m and debt of US$520m.‘We finished the year with a strong performance in the fourth quarter, and we are anticipating record results again in 2015’, said President & CEO Raymond T Betler. ‘While we expect to face challenges this year, including global economic uncertainty and foreign currency exchange headwinds, we will benefit from ongoing investment in freight rail and passenger transit projects around the world. Our long-term growth prospects remain solid, thanks to our diversified business model, balanced strategies and rigorous application of the Wabtec Performance System.’The company issued 2015 guidance for earnings per diluted share of about US$4·05, with revenues expected to increase about 10%. Wabtec Corp results 2014 2013 Sales, US$m 3 041 2 568 Income from operations, US$m 527 437 Earnings per diluted share, $ 3·62 3·01
FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Closed negotiations are scheduled for today between the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District, Kenai Peninsula Education and Kenai Peninsula Education Support associations. A federal mediator is here to work with all sides on what district spokeswoman Pegge Erkeneff described as the typical sticking points. Erkeneff: “The big issues for discussions always are compensations, employee benefits, healthcare and then the work environment that one or both sides want to address for possible revisions. By state mandate, by state law, we open up a period of public comment and it’s an opportunity for the public to share their thoughts on the issues that get addressed in collective bargaining, those are all going to be collected, we’re going to keep that comment period open throughout the entire negotiation period and then those comments are going to be given to the School Board.” Click here to submit a public comment on the district’s negotiation process. Once all sides agree on terms, the Board of Education must approve those. The mediation is being held in Soldotna at the borough building but is closed to the public.
Tags: Ireland’s Sarah Ennis and The Irish Sport Horse Horseware Stellor Rebound, scored a hugely impressive seventh place finish at the 2017 European Eventing Championships at Strzegom in Poland, which drew to a close today (Sunday).The Irish Eventing team finished fifth with Sarah Ennis seventh individually at the 2017 European Eventing Championships at Strzegom in Poland (l-r) Sarah Ennis, Joseph Murphy, Sally Corscadden, team manager, Trish Ryan and Michael Ryan (Photo: David Maher/Sportsfile)Ennis had climbed into the top 10 after a superb clear round in Saturday’s Cross Country and they lowered just a single rail in today’s final Show Jumping phase to leave them on a score of 43.40 in seventh place. The result means Irish Eventing riders have now recorded top 10 finishes individually in the last two major championships, with Ennis’s European placing coming on the back of a ninth place finish for Jonty Evans at the Olympic Games in Rio.Patricia Ryan was next best of the Irish individually, finishing in 22nd place with Dunrath Eclipse (ISH). Germany’s Ingrid Klimke is the new European individual champion, taking the gold medal with Horseware Hale Bob on a score of 30.30. Fellow German Michael Jung took silver with Fischer Rocana, while Britain’s Nicola Wilson grabbed the bronze with Bulana.In the team competition, Ireland climbed from seventh overnight to take fifth place of 13 teams on a score of 269.20. Irish pathfinder Michael Ryan with Dunlough Striker (ISH) lowered just one pole in the final phase to finish 33rd. Joseph Murphy with Sportsfield Othello (ISH) finished in 48th place. Britain are the new European Eventing team gold medallists, finishing on a score of 113.90. Germany took the silver (123.0), Sweden collected the bronze (148.40), while Italy finished fourth ahead of Ireland.Irish team manager Sally Corscadden said:“We are all delighted for Sarah Ennis. She rode a great round today to hold onto seventh place. Her horse was still full of running today, he was feisty and didn’t make her job easy but Sarah is a true professional. The whole team pulled together today and we were all rooting for her. Trish Ryan also had a great result to finish 22nd individually quite a while since her last championships.“We don’t have a lot of strength in depth and a fifth place finish overall for the team is good and gives us something to build on. I want to thank all our horses owners without whom we wouldn’t be here and to all our management team and to the grooms. A special mention also to all our sponsors, Equiline, TRM, Charles Owen, Berney Bros, Horseware and to Dubarry who made us all look very smart for the trot-up. We have learned a lot from these championships and we have already started to look ahead to next year.” Home » General » Seventh place finish for Meath’s Sarah Ennis at Eventing European Championships as Ireland take fifth in team final Seventh place finish for Meath’s Sarah Ennis at Eventing European Championships as Ireland take fifth in team final 20 August 2017, 17:52