Last SFr.47.25 CHF
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SFr.47.35
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Day High
SFr.47.70
Day Low
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52 Week High
01/10/14 - SFr.51.55
52 Week Low
10/14/14 - SFr.41.05
Market Cap
954.5M
Average Volume 10 Days
11.1K
EPS TTM
SFr.1.94
Shares Outstanding
20.2M
EX-Date
04/11/14
P/E TM
24.4x
Dividend
SFr.0.80
Dividend Yield
1.69%
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huber & suhner ag-reg (HUBN) Details

HUBER+SUHNER AG develops, manufactures, and sells components and system solutions for electrical and optical connectivity for various customers in communication, transportation, and industrial markets worldwide. The company operates in three segments: Radio Frequency, Fiber Optics, and Low Frequency. The Radio Frequency segment develops and produces radio frequency and microwave products. This segment offers cables, connectors, cable assemblies, antennas, lightning protection components, and passive components. The Fiber Optics segment offers fiber optic and hybrid systems for LTE; products for fiber in the home applications; fiber management systems for data centers; and a portfolio for fiber to the home networks. It also supports control and data transmission in the industrial automation and transportation, as well as in energy generation and distribution. This segment’s product portfolio includes assemblies and cable systems; cables; closures, enclosures, and outlets; connectors and adaptors; fiber containment and field installation products; modules and panels; racks and cabinets; software; and splitters, filters, and attenuators. The Low Frequency segment manufactures pre-assembled cables and ready-to-connect cable systems based on RADOX cables. This segment’s products comprise databus cables, signal and power cables, connectors, and cable systems. The company is also involved in composites, injection molding, and plating businesses. Its products are applied in communication equipment and communication network; automotive and railway; and energy, instrumentation, space, defense, aviation, and other industrial areas. HUBER+SUHNER AG was founded in 1864 and is headquartered in Pfäffikon, Switzerland.

3,720 Employees
Last Reported Date: 08/19/14
Founded in 1864

huber & suhner ag-reg (HUBN) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, Member of Executive ...
Total Annual Compensation: SFr.887.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

huber & suhner ag-reg (HUBN) Key Developments

HUBER+SUHNER Launches 120 ohm Databus Cable for Rail Vehicles as Per EN 45545-2

HUBER+SUHNER announced that it offers new 120 ohm databus cables for train communication networks (TCNs). The new RADOX® DATABUS 120 OHM EN satisfy the corresponding databus standards and can thus be used as MVB (Multifunction Vehicle Bus), WTB (Wire Train Bus) or UIC (International Union of Railways) cables. They use electron-beam crosslinked materials, and are thus particularly well-suited for applications that involve high and low temperatures. In addition, the cables are halogen-free, flame resistant and produce very little smoke in case of fire. With these special characteristics, the cables meet the strict fire safety requirements of EN 45545-2. The new RADOX® DATABUS 120 OHM EN cable family from HUBER+SUHNER expands the proven range of cables for rail vehicles, and is available from now onwards.

Huber & Suhner AG Presents at UBS Best of Switzerland Conference, Sep-19-2014

Huber & Suhner AG Presents at UBS Best of Switzerland Conference, Sep-19-2014 . Venue: Wolfsberg Conference Center, Ermatingen, Switzerland. Speakers: Ivo Wechsler, Chief Financial Officer, Head of Corporate Controlling and Member of Executive Group Management.

Huber & Suhner AG Yagi Antennas Provide Train-To-Track Communications for New York City Subway

HUBER+SUHNER has been chosen to supply Thales with a range of trackside and on-board antennas and cables to support the CBTC (Communications Based Train Control) system of New York City Subway. CBTC enables a continuous, high capacity, two-way digital communication between each train and control centre. The control system benefits from enhanced information such as train performance data and continuous determination of train location and speed. Under a contract with Thales Canada Transportation Solutions, SENCITYA SPOT-M Yagi antennas and rolling stock SPOT-S antennas, together with Radio Frequency (RF) cable assemblies of HUBER+SUHNER will be used to provide the train-to-track radio network for trackside and rolling stock on the New York City Transit Flushing Line 7.

 

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