OMV
Austria’s largest listed industrial company, leading oil and gas group in Central Europe. Explorations and Production activities in 18 countries on five continents. Consolidated sales: EUR 9.88 billion. EBIT: EUR 926 million. Market capitalization: EUR 12 billion.
MIBA
Miba Group, in its role as development partner and supplier of the international engine and automotive industry has business activities on a global scale. It is one of the market and technology leaders in the three strategic business divisions Sintered Components, Engine Bearings and Friction Materials. During the 2001/02 business year Miba reported a turnover of 291,5 million EUR for its 10 production sites and approximately 2,350 employees. Miba´s company history spans 75 years.
Swietelsky Bau
SWIETELSKY Baugesellschaft m.b.H. with its more than 4.000 employees is one of the most important Austrian leading construction companies. SWIETELSKY range of expertise comprises all construction categories: Road building Railway construction Structural engineering/ Building construction Underground engineering Bridge building Company headquarters are located at Linz, Upper Austria.
RHI
RHI is the world's most dynamic refractories producer. The group's entire refractories business is conducted under the umbrella brand "RHI Refractories". The group manufactures and sells high-grade ceramic refractory products, systems and services. These play an indispensable role in the steel industry, the non-ferrous metal industry, the cement & lime industries, the glass industry and in the environmental, energy and chemicals sector. Formerly Radex Heraklith
Sumida Corp.
from corp. Website (1/2018) Sumida Group is a global manufacturer of high quality inductive components and modules. Our products are used in a number of applications within the Consumer Electronics, Automotive and Industrial markets.
Plansee
The PLANSEE Group is a world leader in the manufacture of powder metallurgical products and components PLANSEE produces and sells its products in the three great economic areas Europe, America and Asia. Currently there is a total of 15 production plants, 3 of them located in Austria, 3 in Germany, 2 in Spain and 1 each in USA, Switzerland, France, Japan as well as in Bulgaria, Italy and India.
Mayr-Melnhof
The Mayr-Melnhof Group is the world-leader in recycled fiber based cartonboard and Europe's leading manufacturer of folding cartons. Moreover, it is one of the leading European packaging producers for cigarettes and confectionary. Mayr-Melnhof's operations are entirely concentrated on the core business areas which are managed in two operative segments MM-Karton and MM-Packaging. The Company was founded more than 100 years ago and has become the European market leader in its business segments during the last 20 years.
Österreichische Bundes- und Industriebeteiligungsholding
The beginnings OIAG was formed on 26 July 1946 with the passing of the first Nationalisation Act. When the Soviet occupation troops started to confiscate the “German-owned” companies in their zone, the Austrian parliament decided to nationalise all “German” companies to save them from the clutches of the Russian troops. It was not only industrial enterprises founded by the Nazis - such as the Hermann Göring Works in Linz (which subsequently became VÖEST)– that were considered to be “German property”.