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ÖBB is a company that provides mobility services and brings passengers and goods to their destinations. It plans, builds, and operates rail infrastructure: train stations, routes, buildings, terminals, telecommunications systems, and hydropower plants. The electricity used on the railway lines is produced using sources of renewable energy.

TypePrivate
Founded2004
HQWien, AT
Websiteoebb.at
Employee Ratings3.7

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Employees (est.) (Oct 2020)41,904
Revenue (FY, 2018)€5.6 B(+3%)
Cybersecurity ratingCMore

Key People/Management at ÖBB

Andreas Matthä

Andreas Matthä

Chairman, CEO
Arnold Schiefer

Arnold Schiefer

Member of the Board of Management, CFO
Michaela Huber

Michaela Huber

Member of the Board of Management
Heinz Freunschlag

Heinz Freunschlag

Member of the Board of Management
Klaus Garstenauer

Klaus Garstenauer

Member of the Board of Management
Silvia Angelo

Silvia Angelo

Member of the Board of Management
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ÖBB Office Locations

ÖBB has offices in Wien and Vienna
Wien, AT (HQ)
Am Hauptbahnhof 2
Vienna, AT
Postfach 75
Wien, AT
Linke Wienzeile 4/1/6
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ÖBB Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2004
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ÖBB Revenue

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ÖBB's revenue was reported to be €5.64 b in FY, 2018 which is a 2.2% increase from the previous period.
EUR

Revenue (FY, 2018)

5.6b

Revenue growth (FY, 2017 - FY, 2018), %

2.2%

Gross profit (FY, 2018)

3.7b

Gross profit margin (FY, 2018), %

64.8%

Net income (FY, 2018)

203.1m

EBIT (FY, 2018)

787.7m

Cash (31-Dec-2018)

94.5m
EURFY, 2016FY, 2017FY, 2018

Revenue

5.2b5.5b5.6b

Revenue growth, %

5%2%

Cost of goods sold

1.7b1.9b2.0b

Gross profit

3.5b3.6b3.7b
EURFY, 2016FY, 2017FY, 2018

Cash

151.0m112.6m94.5m

Accounts Receivable

555.0m564.5m549.8m

Inventories

220.7m244.2m257.4m

Current Assets

1.5b1.3b1.3b
EURFY, 2016FY, 2017FY, 2018

Net Income

161.0m167.2m203.1m

Depreciation and Amortization

1.2b1.2b1.2b

Inventories

(14.3m)(25.1m)(13.0m)

Accounts Payable

211.9m204.6m599.7m
EURFY, 2016

Revenue/Employee

126.2k

Debt/Equity

10.9 x

Debt/Assets

0.8 x

Financial Leverage

13.1 x
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ÖBB Operating Metrics

FY, 2016FY, 2017FY, 2018May, 2020

Yearly Transported Passengers

460.80 m459.10 m474.20 m477 m

Passengers (ÖBB Postbus)

216.60 m213.50 m212.80 m

Passengers (ÖBB Railway Transport)

244.20 m245.60 m261.40 m

Passengers (ÖBB Railway Transport, Local)

209 m209.20 m224.50 m
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ÖBB Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
Austrian Rail Construction & Consulting GmbH
Austrian Rail Construction & Consulting GmbH & Co KG
Businesscenter Linz Entwicklungs- und Verwertungs GmbH & Co KG
CSADAUTOBUSY Ceské Budéjovice a.s.
ElisabethstraRe 7 Projektentwicklung GmbH & Co KG
ElisabethstraRe 9 Projektentwicklung GmbH & Co KG
Europaplatz 1 Projektentwicklung GmbH & Co KG
European Contract Logistics - Czech Republic s.r.o.
European Contract Logistics (podjetie za spedicijo, prevoznistvo in trgovino) d.o.o.
European Contract Logistics - Serbia d.o.o.
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ÖBB Cybersecurity Score

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C

70/100

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ÖBB Revenue Breakdown

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ÖBB revenue breakdown by business segment: 24.1% from Infrastructure, 32.6% from Rail Cargo Austria, 38.3% from Passenger Transport and 4.9% from Other

ÖBB revenue breakdown by geographic segment: 6.3% from Germany, 79.3% from Domestic and 14.4% from Other

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ÖBB Online and Social Media Presence

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ÖBB News and Updates

ÖBB Infrastructure begins construction on crossing bridge in Austria

ÖBB Infrastructure has started construction work on the crossing bridge at the entrance to Hermagor in Austria in the middle of this month.

ÖBB achieves higher profit in 2019 but revises 2020 budget

AUSTRIAN Federal Railways (ÖBB) says total revenue rose slightly in 2019 to €6.9bn with pre-tax profit increasing from €168m in 2018 to €169m in 2019.

Austria grants temporary PSO to ÖBB and Westbahn for Vienna – Salzburg route

AUSTRIA’s Federal Ministry for Climate Protection has temporarily awarded Westbahn and Austrian Federal Railway (ÖBB) a public service obligation (PSO) contract to operate an hourly service between Vienna and Salzburg.

ÖBB to test hydrogen multiple-units

The national operator’s passenger business ÖBB Personenverkehr has awarded sole bidder Alstom a contract to provide two hydrogen fuel cell multiple-units for trials.

ÖBB orders more Siemens Desiro ML trains

AUSTRIAN Federal Railways (ÖBB) has exercised an option for 11 Desiro ML trains from Siemens, fully exercising a framework agreement for 200 trains signed in 2010.

ÖBB to procure new EMUs

AUSTRIAN Federal Railways (ÖBB) has announced plans to purchase 39 single-deck EMUs, including 11 75m-long sets and 28 100m-long sets, following a market investigation launched in November last year.

ÖBB Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was ÖBB founded?

    ÖBB was founded in 2004.

  • Who are ÖBB key executives?

    ÖBB's key executives are Andreas Matthä, Arnold Schiefer and Michaela Huber.

  • How many employees does ÖBB have?

    ÖBB has 41,904 employees.

  • What is ÖBB revenue?

    Latest ÖBB annual revenue is €5.6 b.

  • What is ÖBB revenue per employee?

    Latest ÖBB revenue per employee is €134.7 k.

  • Who are ÖBB competitors?

    Competitors of ÖBB include SBB CFF FFS, SNCF and FedEx.

  • Where is ÖBB headquarters?

    ÖBB headquarters is located at Am Hauptbahnhof 2, Wien.

  • Where are ÖBB offices?

    ÖBB has offices in Wien and Vienna.

  • How many offices does ÖBB have?

    ÖBB has 3 offices.