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SAF-HOLLAND S.A. with its headquarters in Luxembourg is the largest independent listed supplier to the commercial vehicle market in Europe, ranks among the market leaders in North America and is present in most of the world’s markets. The Group is a leading manufacturer of chassis-related systems and components primarily for trailers and semi-trailers, but also for trucks and buses. The product range comprises axle and suspension systems, fifth wheels, kingpins and landing gear and is marketed under the brands SAF, Holland, and Neway.

News

17.04.2019

SAF-HOLLAND and the Schwarzmüller Group conclude 5-year contract for trailer axles

SAF-HOLLAND and the Schwarzmüller Group conclude 5-year contract for trailer axles...

22.03.2019

SAF-HOLLAND intensifies its focus on operational excellence

SAF-HOLLAND intensifies its focus on operational excellence...

25.02.2019

Change at the company's top management: SAF-HOLLAND appoints Alexander Geis as the new CEO

Change at the company's top management: SAF-HOLLAND appoints Alexander Geis as the new CEO ...
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Annual Report 2018

Overview

Financial Reports

Overview

PRESENTATIONS

Factsheet

Compilation of all important facts and information about the company SAF-HOLLAND.

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Dates

Thursday, 25. April 2019
Annual General Meeting 2019
Thursday, 9. May 2019
Report on Q1 2019 Results
Thursday, 27. June 2019
Warburg Highlights, Hamburg, Germany
Financial Calendar All Events
In conversation

Börsen Radio Network

On the Air: CEO Detlef Borghardt discusses with Börsen Radio Network. Get more information on the record year 2015, the current market environment and strategy 2020. (Only available in German) 

In conversation

FINANCE-TV

SAF-HOLLAND CEO Detlef Borghardt talks to Desirée Backhaus von FINANCE-TV about the annual result 2016 and about SAF-HOLLAND´s M&A-Strategy (only available in German).

 

Insights

The Localizers

A key component of the growth strategy 2020 is an expansion of business in new country markets including, in particular, the Middle East, Africa and China.