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瓦锡兰将全球栽员1200人尽管船舶市场向好
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总部位于芬兰的著名海事设备公司瓦锡兰集团公司计划在全球范围内削减1,200个工作岗位,作为其业务调整的一部分。

正筹备2019第二届船用洗涤器和压载水上海论坛将于12月1-2日召开第五届2019豪华邮轮/客轮修造和配套上海论坛将于6月18-19日召开国际船舶海工网注意到,在解释栽员背景时,瓦锡兰高层对船用洗涤塔和邮轮、渡轮市场仍然很看好。

瓦锡兰总裁兼首席执行官Jaakko Eskola说“由于海洋新建和服务市场需求的改善,2018年的正向订单开发成为可能。环境考虑成为海洋市场的一个关键主题,因为客户寻求为遵守IMO 2020全球硫含量上限做好准备,“ Eskola说。

“对于瓦锡兰来说,这一趋势反映在对废气净化系统洗涤塔需求的显着增长上。订单增加的另一个原因是邮轮和渡轮市场的活动水平较高,以及客户对长期服务协议的兴趣。

“在2019年,我们预计市场状况将与去年持平。预计海洋市场的复苏步伐将保持缓慢,而对灵活电力容量的需求将支持能源市场的需求前景。竞争环境和地缘政治紧张仍是一个问题。“

对于栽人,该公司解释说,今天启动的集团计划旨在重新调整运营和资源,以节省1亿欧元(1.143亿美元)的年度成本,提高盈利能力和竞争力。

因此,更加注重目标销售活动,开发基于协议和“即服务”的业务,审查成本结构,以及优化业务组合和组织。

瓦锡兰预计,到2019年下半年,储蓄将逐步实现,到2020年底将全面实现。与重组措施相关的成本预计为7500万欧元。

该公司表示,该决定背后的主要原因是贸易紧张局势,地缘政治不确定性和市场波动。

“由于我们的智能海洋和智能能源战略,我们在当前的市场环境中表现得相当不错。尽管如此,我们必须不断加强自身,以应对当前和未来的发展,“ 总裁兼首席执行官Jaakko Eskola说。

“为了保持我们在市场中的领先地位,保持强大,敏捷和竞争力,持续精简我们的运营并使其与市场需求保持一致是至关重要的。这是一个痛苦的决定,但遗憾的是,不能避免裁员。“

该公司解释说,计划的削减将受到协商程序的影响,这些程序将根据当地的做法和立法在受影响的国家启动。

截至2018年底,瓦锡兰在全球80多个国家拥有约19,300名员工。

业绩

瓦锡兰报告称,2018年第四季度的订单量同比增长24%,达到18.7亿欧元。全年,涵盖2018年1月至12月期间,订单量同比增长12%,达到63亿欧元。

“由于海洋新建和服务市场需求的改善,2018年的正向订单开发成为可能。环境考虑成为海洋市场的一个关键主题,因为客户寻求为遵守IMO 2020全球硫含量上限做好准备,“ Eskola说。

“对于瓦锡兰来说,这一趋势反映在对废气净化系统洗涤塔需求的显着增长上。订单增加的另一个原因是邮轮和渡轮市场的活动水平较高,以及客户对长期服务协议的兴趣。

“在2019年,我们预计市场状况将与去年持平。预计海洋市场的复苏步伐将保持缓慢,而对灵活电力容量的需求将支持能源市场的需求前景。竞争环境和地缘政治紧张仍是一个问题。“

该公司目前2019年交付的订单金额为36.9亿欧元,交付时间集中在今年下半年。

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Wartsila to Axe 1,200 Jobs to Save Costs
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Finland-based technology major Wärtsilä Corporation is planning to cut 1,200 jobs on a global scale as part of its business realignment.

The group-wide program launched today is aimed at realigning operations and resources to save EUR 100 million (USD 114.3 million) in annual costs and boost profitability and competitiveness, the company explained.

As a result, an increased focus is to be put on targeted sales activities, developing the agreements-based and “as-a-service” business, reviewing the cost structure, as well as optimising the business portfolio and organisation.

Wärtsilä expects savings to materialise gradually during the second half of 2019, with full effect by the end of 2020. The costs related to the restructuring measures are expected to be EUR 75 million.

The company said that the key reasons behind the decision were trade tensions, geopolitical uncertainty, and market volatility.

“We have performed reasonably well in the prevailing market environment, thanks to our Smart Marine and Smart Energy strategies. Nevertheless, we must constantly strengthen ourselves to cope with current and future developments,” says Jaakko Eskola, President & CEO.

“To maintain our leading position in the market, and to stay strong, agile, and competitive, it is fundamentally important to continuously streamline our operations and align them to market requirements. This is a painful decision, but redundancies cannot unfortunately be avoided.”

The planned reductions are subject to consultation processes, which will be initiated in the affected countries according to local practices and legislation, the company explained.

At the end of 2018, Wärtsilä had approximately 19,300 employees in more than 80 countries around the world.

Business results
Wärtsilä reported a 24 percent increase in order intake in the fourth quarter of 2018, year-on-year, reaching EUR 1.87 billion. For the full year, covering the period from January to December 2018, the order intake increased 12 percent to EUR 6.3 billion year-on-year.

“2018 was marked by positive order intake development resulting from improved demand in the marine newbuild and service markets. Environmental considerations emerged as a key theme in the marine markets, as customers sought to prepare themselves for compliance with the IMO 2020 global sulphur cap,” Eskola said.

“For Wärtsilä, this trend was reflected in a significant growth in demand for exhaust gas cleaning systems. Another contributor to the increase in order intake was the high level of activity in the cruise and ferry markets, as well as our customers’ interest in long-term service agreements.

” In 2019, we expect market conditions to remain similar to those seen in the previous year. The pace of recovery in the marine markets is anticipated to remain slow, while the need for flexible power capacity supports the demand outlook in the energy markets. The competitive environment and geopolitical tension remain a concern.”

The company’s current order book for 2019 deliveries stands at EUR 3.69 billion, with deliveries being concentrated to the latter part of the year.

Source: World Maritime News
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