Ad hoc releases 2003

Jenoptik Group expands its optics line to include plastics technology

JENOPTIK AG acquires all shares in Wahl Optoparts GmbH. More

Jenoptik's M+W Zander subsidiary to engineer AMD's new semiconductor fab in Dresden

M+W Zander's order volume approximately 380m euros. More

Results of the first nine months 2003

Group sales up a solid 10 percent. Jenoptik Group operating income just below 2002 figures when adjusted for income from sale of DEWB. Order intake matches last year's high figures. More

Jenoptik determines specific terms of the capital increase

Subscription price of the new shares will be 6.00 euros. More

Jenoptik to strengthen capital base through capital increase and issuance of long-term debt

Jenoptik plans to strengthen its equity capital through issuance of 8.14 million new shares. Jenoptik also intends to take advantage of favorable market conditions to refinance short-term indebtedness by issuing long-term debt. More

Results of the first half of 2003

JENOPTIK AG sales up 18 percent in first half of 2003. Strong rise in order intake and order backlog. Adjusted operating income virtually matches 1st half 2002 figures. More

Report on the first quarter of 2003

Jenoptik Group sales up 4 percent in first quarter of 2003. Operating income negative due to accounting deadlines as in previous year. Order intake up 20 percent; order backlog at new record of nearly 2.8bn euros. Outlook: group to return to 2001's sales figures in 2003. More

Jenoptik Group fulfills its November projections for fiscal year 2002

About 1.6 billion euros in sales and 40.3 million euros in net income in fiscal year 2002. New records set in order intake and order backlog. The Jenoptik Group expects considerable sales growth in 2003. More

Jenoptik boards propose dividend of 0.35 euros per share to annual general meeting

Shareholder dividend reduced due to lower income figures. More

Jenoptik Group to fulfill its November projections for 2002 sales and income figures

Order intake up approx. 13 percent, order backlog up 29 percent, setting new company records in both categories. More