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inficon holding ag-reg (IFCN) Snapshot

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SFr.300.25
Previous Close
SFr.302.00
Day High
SFr.309.00
Day Low
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52 Week High
12/30/13 - SFr.332.06
52 Week Low
10/16/14 - SFr.250.00
Market Cap
707.7M
Average Volume 10 Days
2.8K
EPS TTM
SFr.16.09
Shares Outstanding
2.3M
EX-Date
05/2/14
P/E TM
19.4x
Dividend
SFr.14.00
Dividend Yield
4.56%
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INFICON Holding AG supplies instrumentation for analysis, monitoring, and control in the general vacuum processes, semiconductor and vacuum coating, refrigeration and air conditioning, and emergency response and security markets in the Asia-Pacific, Europe, North America, and internationally. It offers leak detectors; service tools for HVAC/R and automotive; chemical detection and monitoring products; quartz monitor crystals; thin film deposition; gas analyzers and mass spectrometers; gas concentration monitor; research quartz crystal microbalance; RF sensing technology; vacuum feedthroughs and components; vacuum gauge controllers and cables; vacuum gauges; and high precision vacuum gauges, as well as software for fab-wide fault detection and classification. The company’s analysis, measurement, and control products are used for gas leak detection in air conditioning, refrigeration, and automotive manufacturing; and used in the complex fabrication of semiconductors and thin film coatings for optics, flat panel displays, solar cells, LED lighting, and industrial vacuum coating applications, as well as used in life sciences, research, aerospace, packaging, heat treatment, laser cutting, oil and gas transportation and processing, alternative energy, utilities, and various other industrial processes. INFICON Holding AG was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Bad Ragaz, Switzerland.

951 Employees
Last Reported Date: 07/30/14
Founded in 2000

inficon holding ag-reg (IFCN) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer and President
Total Annual Compensation: $691.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

inficon holding ag-reg (IFCN) Key Developments

INFICON Shows Latest Leak Detection Technology at Automotive Testing Expo in Detroit

INFICON announced that it is showcasing three advanced leak detection systems at this year's Automotive Testing Expo (ATE) in the Detroit suburb of Novi. The company's HLD6000 Refrigerant Leak Detector, the Ecotec E3000 Multi-Gas Sniffer Leak Detector and Sensistor Sentrac(R) hydrogen leak tester will be on display at Booth #13029. The 12(th) annual ATE is a three-day technology forum (Oct. 28-30) featuring the companies and next-generation engine concepts and technologies. INFICON's HLD6000 Refrigerant Leak Detector builds on the success of its HLD5000 with an updated hand probe that is more ergonomic, lighter, more flexible and more maneuverable. The detector's new touch screen display also uses a new INFICON interface which is more intuitive and provides easy-to-understand icons with fewer menu levels. Probes are available for R-1234yf, R-134a, CO2 and many other refrigerants. The HLD6000 integrates into local networks with a variety of analog or digital interfaces through an optional I/O module. The USB interface permits data transmission to a connected USB flash drive and its gas reservoir for a COOL-Check reference leak is stored in a "garage" beneath the main unit for quick replacement. The new version of INFICON's multi-gas sniffer leak detector -- the Ecotec E3000(TM) -- is designed for new high-pressure fuel systems, as well as air conditioning systems that use new refrigerants classified as flammable. The Ecotec E3000 is especially suited for use in production environments for final testing of both A/C and fuel systems. The Ecotec E3000 Multi-Gas Sniffer Leak Detector readily differentiates between refrigerant, fuel or fuel vapors, as well as fluids like engine coolant, antifreeze or windshield wiper fluids. Self-monitoring, the Ecotec E3000 notifies the operator of potential problems before they occur. After initial setup, the instrument can be operated without access to the main unit through the display and buttons on the probe. Its built-in ECO-Check reference leak allows the operator to verify the unit is functioning properly at any time. Manufacturers can cover a wide variety of test requirements with INFICON's Sensistor Sentrac hydrogen leak detector. The sniffing device is adaptable to robotic applications for automotive suppliers and OEMs. Its unique ability to handle both leak detection in environments with high levels of tracer gas, provides both selectivity and sensitivity. With large leaks, rest time is minimal and the Sensistor Sentrac probe's reach is cable-determined at 3, 6, or 9 meters (9.8, 19.6 or 29.5 feet). The Sensistor Sentrac's easy-to-read color OLED touch-screen display delivers leak-detection results immediately, regardless of whether a desktop or battery-operated model is selected. The ergonomically designed probe handle delivers fast access to frequently used functions through a multi-function button. Probes can be used in rough environments that are wet or dusty. During leak testing, LED lights in the probe illuminate and precisely pinpoint leaks. Sensistor Sentrac has no moving parts, offers a flexible neck option and its display features a new INFICON interface designed to deliver faster, more intuitive navigation to reduce operator errors and time-consuming correction loops. In environments using multiple leak detectors with identical settings, an SD slot simplifies setup. One SD card can store a broad range of different formulas for quick retrieval.

Inficon Holding Reports Earnings Results for the Third Quarter of 2014; Provides Earnings Guidance for the Year 2014

Inficon Holding reported earnings results for the third quarter of 2014. For the quarter, the company reported net profit increased to USD 9 million compared with a net profit of USD 6.3 million a year earlier. Operating profit climbed to USD 11.5 million compared with USD 9.4 million a year earlier. Sales increased by 5.6% to USD 72.7 million. For the year, the company expects revenue to be in the range of USD 295 million to USD 305 million, compared with the previous projection for sales between USD 290 million and USD 320 million. The operating profit is expected to amount to USD 46 million to USD 50 million, compared with the previous forecast in the range of EUR 44 million to EUR 56 million.

INFICON Holding AG to Report Q3, 2014 Results on Oct 22, 2014

INFICON Holding AG announced that they will report Q3, 2014 results at 9:30 AM, Central European Standard Time on Oct 22, 2014

 

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