Girish Mahajan

Abertis

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Industry  Conglomerate
Number of employees  16,500 (average, 2014)
Revenue  4.889 billion EUR (2014)
Operating income  1.868 billion EUR (2014)
Profit  €655 million (2014)
Headquarters  Barcelona, Spain
Net income  655 million EUR (2014)
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Type  Sociedad Anónima (BMAD: ABE)
Key people  Salvador Alemany (Chairman), Francisco Reynés (Vicechairman-CEO)
Products  Motorway toll road concessions, television networks, transportation, telecommunications
Stock price  ABE (BME) € 13.96 +0.05 (+0.36%)28 Feb, 1:33 PM GMT+1 - Disclaimer
CEO  Francisco Miguel Reynes Massanet (2010–)
Founded  April 2003, Barcelona, Spain
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Abertis Infraestructuras, S.A. ([aˈβertis imfɾaestɾukˈtuɾas]) is a Spanish conglomerate corporation. The company runs over 8,000 kilometres of motorways in Europe and America. Abertis manages toll roads and telecommunication infrastructures.

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Abertis is part of the IBEX-35 index and is being traded on the Madrid Stock Exchange. Its headquarters are in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain.

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History

In April 2003, Acesa Infraestructures, a business founded in 1967 as Autopistas, Concesionaria Española S.A., merged with Aurea Concessiones de Infraestructures, a business founded in 1971 as Autopistas de Mare Nostrum (into which Dragados had spun off its own toll roads), to form Abertis.

In December 2003, Abertis acquired Retevision, a leading Spanish radio and television distribution business.

In June 2004, Abertis acquired Iberpistas, another Spanish toll road operator.

In December 2005, Abertis acquired the French toll road operator Sanef.

An attempt initiated in April 2006 to acquire Atlantia (formerly Autostrade), the leading Italian toll road operator, was aborted in January 2008 after opposition from the Italian Government. Abertis intends to sell some of its stake in the company.

On May 19, 2008, Abertis, along with Citi Infrastructure Investors of New York City, submitted a $12.8 billion proposal to lease the Pennsylvania Turnpike in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania for 75 years. However, the consortium withdrew the offer on September 30, 2008 as they felt the proposal would not win approval in the state legislature.

In 2011 Metropistas, an Abertis subsidiary, won the concession for the PR-22 and PR-5 toll roads in Puerto Rico.

In 2012, Abertis acquired Arteris, a Group managing nine toll road concessions in Brazil.

Freeway management companies

  • Abertis Infraestructuras
  • Acesa
  • Aumar
  • Iberpistas
  • Aucat
  • Aulesa
  • Avasa
  • Autema
  • Sanef
  • Autopistas de Puerto Rico
  • Arteris
  • Invicat
  • Túnels
  • Metropistas
  • Coviandes
  • Ausol
  • GCO
  • Elqui
  • Rutas del Pacífico
  • Autopista Central
  • Autopista Los Libertadores
  • Autopista del Sol
  • Autopista de Los Andes
  • Telecommunications companies

  • Cellnex Telecom
  • Retevisión
  • Tradia
  • Adesal
  • Hispasat
  • Others

  • Abertis Foundation
  • Abertis Chairs
  • References

    Abertis Wikipedia


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