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Assa Abloy AB is a Sweden-based company engaged in the secure door opening solutions. It is organized into five segments: Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), North and South America (Americas), Asia, Australia and New Zealand (Asia Pacific), Global Technologies and Entrance Systems. The EMEA, Americas and Asia Pacific segments manufacture mechanical and electromechanical locks, digital door locks, security doors and hardware in their respective geographical markets. The Global Technologies segment operates in the product areas of access control systems, secure card issuance, identification technology and hotel locks. The Entrance Systems segment supplies entrance automation products and services.
Independent Chairman of the Board
President, Chief Executive Officer, Head of Global Technologies Division
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Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President
Maria Romberg Ewerth
Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer
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Sweden's Assa Abloy , the world's biggest lock maker, reported on Wednesday a second-quarter operating loss, which included an earlier flagged large writedown, in line with market forecasts and preliminary guidance.
* Does not see further falls in China margin (Adds CEO comment, background)
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Assa Abloy, the world's biggest lock group, plans to cut costs further from later this year after posting first-quarter profits that roughly matched expectations.
* Shares rise despite global stock market rout (Adds CEO, analyst comments, shares)
** Assa Abloy CEO Johan Molin to Reuters: "I believe our organic growth will accelerate, partly because homes convert to digital solutions and partly because we see much more digital solutions within business to business"
* Ericsson shares up 2 pct; Assa shares fall 5 pct (Adds comments, background, updates shares)
Assa Abloy Ab CEO Johan Molin tells Reuters:
Assa Abloy's Chief Executive Johan Molin is considering stepping down in 2018, the Swedish lockmaker said in a statement on Thursday.
* Shares fall as much as 6 pct to five month low (Adds CEO, analyst comment, updates shares)
Sweden's Assa Abloy, the world's biggest lock maker, posted forecast-beating first-quarter profits and sales on Wednesday boosted by strong growth in the United States and other major markets, adding sluggish Chinese demand had stabilised.
* Dagens Nyheter, ASSA ABLOY and Scan have chosen to continue their cooperation with Community Entertainment
* Shares fall as much as 8.6 percent (Adds company comment on China)
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