Luka Koper

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LUKA KOPER, pristaniški in logistični sistem, delniška družba

Downbeat year for Slovenian stocks

The SBI TOP benchmark index on the Ljubljana Stock Exchange lost nearly 16% in 2022, after having risen by almost 40% the year before, show figures released by the stock exchange operator Ljubljanska Borza.

All the big-cap stocks were down with drug maker Krka losing nearly a fifth of its value in a year, NLB bank down by 18%, and energy group Petrol losing 21%.

Luka Koper shareholders get EUR 1.14 gross per share dividend

Koper – Port operator Luka Koper will pay out dividends of EUR 1.14 gross per share as shareholders on Monday endorsed a counter-proposal by Slovenian Sovereign Holding (SSH). This means that EUR 15.96 million will be paid out for dividends out of the EUR 29.5 million in distributable profit. The remaining EUR 13.6 million in distributable profit will remain undistributed.

Luka Koper’s net profit nearly doubles in Q1 to over EUR 16m

Koper – Port operator Luka Koper posted a net profit of EUR 16.5 million for the first quarter of 2022, up 91% over the same period in 2021. Sales revenue rose by 23% to EUR 70.9 million, and transshipped goods were up 18% to nearly 5.9 million tonnes, show unaudited results released on Friday.

Ex-Luka Koper chairman acquitted in retrial

Koper – Robert Časar, ex-chairman of port operator Luka Koper, and Milan Pučko, former executive director at the company, were acquitted in a retrial at the Koper District Court on Monday after they were found guilty of abuse of office in defrauding Luka Koper when planning a logistical centre in Beltinci, north-eastern Slovenia.

Luka Koper takes out EUR 60m loan to finance investment drive

Koper – Luka Koper, the operator of Slovenia’s sole commercial port, has announced signing a EUR 60 million syndicated loan agreement with NLB and Intesa Sanpaolo Bank, to finance its investment activities. In an announcement posted on the Ljubljana Stock Exchange, the company said the loan has a fixed interest rate with quarterly repayment instalments.

Luka Koper’s H1 revenue, net profit up

Koper – Port operator Luka Koper generated EUR 114.7 million in net sales revenue in the first six months of the year, which is up 7% compared to the same period last year. Net profit increased by 2% to EUR 15.4 million, and operating profit (EBIT) was up 3% to EUR 17.7 million.

Sales revenue was 5% above plan, net profit by 49% and EBIT by 51%, reads the group’s unaudited report.

Logar in Denmark to discuss cooperation, Afghanistan situation

Copenhagen – Foreign Minister Anže Logar paid a visit to Denmark on Thursday to meet his counterpart Jeppe Kofod. The talks focused on strengthening bilateral relations, reviewing the implementation of the priorities of the Slovenian EU presidency, and on topical international issues, including Afghanistan.

Majority stake in newspaper Primorske Novice sold

Koper – Splošna Plovba, a Portorož-based shipping company in German ownership, has sold its 52.45% stake in media company Primorske Novice to three companies – Svet24, Salomon and Curator Nova.

Svet24 is a tabloid and a news portal owned by media company Media24, just like classifieds magazine and news portal Salomon.