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Munich, August 7, 2014 – MTU Aero Engines is moving forward, with a deep sense of respect for humans and nature: Germany’s leading engine manufacturer has submitted its third Communication on Progress in line with the reporting guidelines issued by the UN Global Compact, in which the company provides an update on its activities to ensure the sustainability of its business. In the publication now released, MTU sets out its new climate strategy, which aims to achieve a reduction in carbon dioxide emissions by 40 percent. Earlier this year, MTU moreover introduced a Code of Conduct that requires all of its suppliers worldwide to comply with its policies.

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Munich, July 31, 2014 - Early July marked the official launch of the European Clean Sky 2 Joint Technology Initiative. The new program is substantially broader in scope and more ambitious than Clean Sky, its predecessor. MTU Aero Engines, too, is stepping up its activities under the initiative: Germany’s leading engine manufacturer is one of the 16 lead partners from the aeronautical industry in Europe, working on the further optimization of low-pressure turbines and high-pressure compressors.

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Munich, July 24, 2014 – In the first six months of 2014, MTU Aero Engines AG achieved a revenue growth of 2% to €1,815.8 million (1-6/2013: €1,774.9 million). Operating profit1 remained stable at €170.7 million (1-6/2013: €169.7 million), with an EBIT margin of 9.4% compared with 9.6% in the first half of 2013. Net income2 increased by 4% to €111.0 million (1-6/2013: €106.7 million).

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Munich, July 21, 2014 – For MTU Aero Engines, this year’s Farnborough International Airshow was a big success: Germany’s leading engine manufacturer has announced around 1.3 billion euros in orders, with new business being at the same level as at the last Farnborough Airshow. “This high total order value shows once again that the new programs in which we took stakes hold great prospects for the future,” says MTU CEO Reiner Winkler. 

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Munich, July 10, 2014 - MTU Aero Engines AG will be taking a four-percent workshare in General Electric’s GE9X program. Germany’s leading engine manufacturer will be manufacturing and assuming design responsibility for the engine’s turbine center frame. Taken over the life of the program, the workshare will be worth around four billion euros in revenue for MTU.

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