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Annual Report 2003 2004

Annual Report 2003 2004

Annual Report 2003

Future Technology. ThyssenKrupp Annual Report 2003_2004 TK

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  • Page 4 and 5: Impressions of 2004. Images from th
  • Page 7: II Letter to stockholders The conti
  • Page 11: Services, a leading international s
  • Page 15 and 16: To our stockholders 05 Executive Bo
  • Page 17 and 18: Executive Board from left Edwin Eic
  • Page 19 and 20: Dr. Klaus Götte, Munich (until Mar
  • Page 21 and 22: The Executive Committee (Praesidium
  • Page 23 and 24: The consolidated financial statemen
  • Page 25 and 26: Corporate Governance at ThyssenKrup
  • Page 27 and 28: Executive Board compensation 2003/2
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  • Page 33 and 34: ThyssenKrupp ag dividend payment in
  • Page 35 and 36: Business performance 25 Course of b
  • Page 37 and 38: Course of business in 2003/2004 The
  • Page 39 and 40: Sales by customer group 2003/2004 i
  • Page 41 and 42: Sales by region 2003/2004 in % 35 G
  • Page 43 and 44: Automotive: Growth in systems busin
  • Page 45 and 46: Orders received by the Spain/Portug
  • Page 47 and 48: were restructured and refocused wit
  • Page 49 and 50: In fiscal 2003/2004, ThyssenKrupp a
  • Page 51 and 52: processes and reduce material costs
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    45 development centers for our cust

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    The Elevator segment invested €21

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    In the Elevator segment, the German

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    Start of the new fiscal year and ou

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    Encouraging performance expected in

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    Our future potential 53 Responsibil

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    Responsibility for the future As a

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    Anyone intending to embark on a cou

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    Stainless steel in car manufacture

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    New passenger boarding bridge for A

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    People at ThyssenKrupp Around 184,0

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    In feedback interviews the candidat

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    Additional impetus from sales initi

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    Networking and knowledge sharing In

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    Business areas and segments 72 Stee

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    Business areas and segments Employe

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    On the international markets the se

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    Technology leader in the global mar

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    Quality and technology capabilities

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    The Mechanical Engineering business

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    A further attractive growth market

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    How easy is it to have an idea? Ide

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    n idea into reality? 85

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    Patents Competition Sustainability

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    DR. AXEL ZWICK, FRAUNHOFER SOCIETY

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    MAGNESIUM VAPOR AGAINST CORROSION.

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    BETTER RIDE. The zinc magnesium coa

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    ALFRED LÖSCH, NOTHELFER “The ans

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    COMPOSED OF COMPONENTS. The inner a

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    INCREASING VALUE The modular door i

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    PROF. DR. EKKEHARD SCHULZ, THYSSENK

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    ENTHUSIASM. In the space of only th

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    DISCOVERING FUTURE TECHNOLOGY is th

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    Financial report 109 Management’s

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    Management’s discussion and analy

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    increased its profits primarily due

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    the previous year, reduced by €1

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    Income before interest of the Thyss

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    the balance sheet total by €204 m

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    The intercompany cash management sy

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    Sale of real estate, companies, etc

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    esearch and development, and, if ne

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    Report of the Executive Board The E

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    ThyssenKrupp ag Consolidated Statem

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    ThyssenKrupp ag Consolidated Statem

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    131 Financial Report Consolidated f

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    alance sheet amounts are translated

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    Long-lived asset impairment (includ

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    accumulated other comprehensive inc

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    complete steering systems. The resu

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    In September 2004, the Services seg

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    The above mentioned “assets held

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    8 Financial income/(expense), net m

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    Significant components of the defer

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    Property, plant and equipment and f

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    Disposals 38 0 0 0 38 91 310 208 42

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    14 Other receivables and other asse

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    ThyssenKrupp ag and its subsidiarie

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    In 2003, ThyssenKrupp implemented a

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    Accumulated benefit obligations The

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    Pension benefit payments In fiscal

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    The accured liability of the plans

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    Financial payables in the amount of

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    24 Other payables million € Payab

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    The Group (Steel segment) has enter

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    Central management of the interest

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    The following methods have been use

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    Corporate loss before taxes and min

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    177 Financial Report Consolidated f

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    31 Subsequent events On October 07,

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    Additional disclosures pursuant to

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    underlying transactions and financi

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    2. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Personnel

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    Dr.-Ing. Jürgen Harnisch resigned

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    Dr. Martin Kohlhaussen, Bad Homburg

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    Krupp Entwicklungszentrum GmbH Esse

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    Additional information 195 Multi-ye

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    Multi-year overview ThyssenKrupp Gr

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    Major consolidated subsidiaries and

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    Company (as of September 30, 2004)

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    Index A Annual General Meeting Audi

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    List of abbreviations A aicpa Ameri

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    What next? What next? Curiosity rem

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    TK ag August-Thyssen-Strasse 1 4021

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