We have posted the most frequently asked questions concerning Jungheinrich shares here. Further information is available via the links listed on the website.
On which stock exchanges is the Jungheinrich share traded?
On the Hamburg and Frankfurt Stock Exchanges (officially) and at all other German stock trading sites (over the counter).
How high is the Jungheinrich share's average daily turnover?
Average daily turnover amounted to approximately 120,800 Jungheinrich shares in 2017.
What is the Jungheinrich share's par value?
Jungheinrich shares are individual non-par-value share certificates. Their imputed value is €1.00 per share.
How many Jungheinrich shares are there at present?
A total of 102,000,000 shares have been issued so far, divided among 48,000,000 preferred shares and 54,000,000 ordinary shares. Only our preferred shares are listed.
When did Jungheinrich conduct its last capital increase?
Jungheinrich AG performed a capital increase including shareholder subscription rights in May 1994.
When did Jungheinrich conduct its last stock split?
The last stock split (1:3 ratio) was carried out on June 22, 2016.
A stock split (1:10 ratio) was carried out in 1998 when the DM 50 share was replaced by the DM 5 share.
When and at what price was the Jungheinrich share listed for the first time?
The Jungheinrich share was listed on August 30, 1990, for the first time. The issue price was DM 340,00.
In which indices is the Jungheinrich share represented?
The Jungheinrich share is included in the SDAX, CDAX, DAXsector Industry and in the Prime All Share Index.
How can I purchase Jungheinrich shares?
Jungheinrich shares can be bought from any brokerage service provider, most of which are banks. To purchase shares, you must have a securities deposit account where your shares are managed. You cannot buy shares directly from Jungheinrich AG
What is Jungheinrich's market capitalisation?
At the end of 2017, the market capitalization of Jungheinrich's preferred shares totalled €4,014 million.
Does Jungheinrich have own shares? Did Jungheinrich ever have a share buyback program?
In 1999, 360,000 shares were bought back, and they were sold on the stock exchange in 2004/2005.
Has an authorisation been issued to purchase own shares?
Yes, the Annual General Meeting which took place on May 15, 2014 passed a resolution on authorizing share buybacks and on retiring purchased treasury stock, reducing the company’s capital, and excluding subscription rights.
The authorization is limited to the purchase of preferred shares accounting for a prorated portion of the company’s share capital amounting to €4.8 million, or 4.7%.
The treasury stock may not account for more than 10% of the company’s share capital.