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24 March 2020

Press release

Key figures for the 2019 financial year for Dillinger Group and Saarstahl Group

• Very difficult market conditions led to weaker demand • Net sales fell accordingly: by 5.2% to €2.087 billion in the Dillinger Group and by 12.7% to €2.206 billion in the Saarstahl Group • Dillinger Group closed the financial year with an EBITDA of €8.5 million and an EBIT of -€116.1 million / Saarstahl Group recorded an EBITDA of -€18.5 million and an EBIT of -€127.6 million • The equity ratios of Saarstahl (74.5%) and Dillinger (64.9%) are proof of the financial structure remains solid • Joint strategy process “proactive, carbon-free, efficient” will continue to be advanced • Goals have been clearly defined: cost reductions of €250 million and an earnings contribution of €150 million from sales activities • Outlook for 2020 with major uncertainties

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06 March 2020

Press Release

Personnel change in the Board of Management of Aktien-Gesellschaft der Dillinger Hüttenwerke and Saarstahl AG

Peter Schweda (62) is resigning and retiring from his post as Chief Human Resources Officer and Labor Director of AG der Dillinger Hüttenwerke (Dillinger) and Saarstahl AG, and as a Managing Director of SHS - Stahl-Holding-Saar, with effect from 30 June 2020. Schweda has been Chief Human Resources Officer and Labor Director of Dillinger and Saarstahl since 2011 and a member of the Board of Management of SHS - Stahl-Holding-Saar since 2016.

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12 February 2020

Press Release Dillinger

Investment in the future – Dillinger building a new training center

Transformation of Saarland steel companies will require highly trained specialists. As a consequence, Dillinger is investing in the future by building a new training center for metal careers for its own employees and those from other companies. Training content will focus on Industry 4.0.

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06 August 2019

PRESS RELEASE, Dillinger und Saarstahl

Saarland’s steel industry welcomes 159 new trainees

The new training year is beginning: A total of 159 young people start their careers today at Saarstahl AG and AG der Dillinger Hüttenwerke. At Saarstahl, 76 trainees are beginning a new phase of their lives: 68 in technical and industrial fields and 8 in business-related fields. Dillinger has recruited 83 trainees this year, with 78 of them in technical and industrial fields and 5 in business-related fields. The group includes 22 women and 12 participants in the intercultural BEST 2.0 career-entry program.⃰ Saarland’s steel industry now employs 563 trainees (Dillinger: 273; Saarstahl: 290) across all training years.

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