AT&S Bags First Place at “Austria’s Leading Companies” in Styria


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Last night the economically strongest companies of Styria were awarded for the 17th time at the “Austria’s Leading Companies” gala at List Halle in Graz. This established competition is also considered the “Oscar of Austrian business”.

AT&S won first place in the Styrian ranking in the category “Big Player” (companies with annual revenue of more than € 50 million).

The decisive factor for the rating is the “hard currency” of business life, i.e., key financials like revenue growth, profit margin, cash flow and liquidity. Last year AT&S had reached third place. The companies were rated by PwC and KSV, and Wirtschaftsblatt was the media partner.

Andreas Gerstenmayer was pleased with the award: “This result reflects our clear high-end positioning in the market. The basis is a consistent long-term strategy and above all highly qualified and enthusiastic employees who give their best for our customers every day. I can only repeat again that winning this prize is not just a distinction for AT&S as a company, but a recognition of the achievements of all our committed employees.”

Next Monday the “Austria’s Leading Companies” winners for Austria will be announced in Vienna.

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