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Lenovo zur Aufnahme in den Hang Seng Index ausgewählt

Die Hang Seng Indexes Company meldete heute, dass die Aktie von Lenovo (HKSE: 0992) (PINK SHEETS: LNVGY) in den Hang Seng Index aufgenommen werde. Dadurch positioniert sich Lenovo unter den „Blue Chip“ Unternehmen der Börse Hongkong mit einer beträchtlichen Marktanerkennung für die Führungsposition des Unternehmens in der globalen IT-Branche.

Die Aufnahme in den Index ist ferner von Bedeutung, da sich dadurch einerseits die Aktionärsgruppe vergrößert, die in Erwägung zieht, Lenovo-Aktien zu erwerben oder andererseits Pensionsfonds, für deren Investment Committees die Indexaufnahme ein Investitionskriterium darstellt. Schließlich wird dadurch die Anerkennung einer bekannten Drittpartei in Bezug auf die starke, beständige und finanzielle Leistung, das hervorragende Managements und die überzeugenden künftigen Wachstumsaussichten von Lenovo reflektiert.

„Wir sind hoch erfreut, dass Lenovo als fester Bestandteil in den Hang Seng Index aufgenommen wurde“, so Yang Yuanqing, Vorsitzender und CEO der Lenovo Group. „Diese Nachricht folgt auf ein weiteres Rekordquartal, das letzte Woche publiziert wurde und Lenovos Fähigkeit demonstriert, Wachstum permanent voranzutreiben, die Ertragskraft zu verbessern und sich selbst als eines der führenden globalen Technologieunternehmen zu etablieren. Wir sind nicht nur einer der globalen PC-Marktführer geworden, sondern werden jetzt auch als einer der führenden Innovatoren gewürdigt, welche die Ära 'PC Plus' gestalten.“

Lenovo hat letzte Woche seine bisher besten Quartalsergebnisse vorgelegt, im Rahmen derer das Unternehmen weiterhin den Markt in allen Regionen bei Rekordumsätzen, Erträgen und PC-Marktanteilen übertroffen hat. Lenovo lieferte wiederum vierteljährliche Rekordumsätze von 9,4 Milliarden US-Dollar - ein Anstieg von 12 Prozent im Vergleich zum Vorjahr - und war gleichzeitig 13 Quartale in Folge das am schnellsten wachsende bedeutende PC-Unternehmen.

Lenovo hat eine Dynamik entwickelt, um der weltweit führende PC-Hersteller zu werden, während das Unternehmen seine 'PC Plus'-Präsenz zur Ankurbelung von künftigem Wachstum, u.a. mit Smartphones, Tablets und Smart TVs rasant erweitert. Gleichzeitig wurde Lenovo von IDC als weltweit drittgrößter Hersteller von „Smart Connected Devices“, wie beispielsweise Tablets, PCs und Smartphones geehrt. Im letzten Quartal trug Lenovos Bereich 'Mobile Internet and Digital Home' mit 11 Prozent zu den globalen Umsatzerlösen bei – ein Rekordwert und starker Indikator dafür, dass das Unternehmen aktuell ein überzeugendes Wachstum im PC Plus Markt liefert.

„Der Markt hat deutlich sein Vertrauen in Lenovos Fähigkeit demonstriert, seinen Verpflichtungen nachzukommen, ein beständiges Wachstum in einem harten Umfeld aufrechtzuerhalten und eine Strategie durchzuführen, mit der nicht nur starke kurzfristige Ergebnisse erzielt werden, sondern die auch eine solide Grundlage für unsere langfristige Performance bildet. Wir sind sehr stolz, dass der Hang Seng Index diese Performance anerkennt und zuversichtlich, dass wir weiterhin hervorragende Ergebnisse, profitables Wachstum und nachhaltige langfristige Erträge für unsere Aktionäre erzielen können“, erklärte Yang.

ÜBER LENOVO

Lenovo (HKSE: 0992) (PINK SHEETS: LNVGY) ist ein 30 Milliarden US-Dollar schweres Personal Technology-Unternehmen, der zweitgrößte PC-Hersteller der Welt und ein aufstrebender Marktführer im Bereich PC Plus, der Kunden in über 160 Ländern bedient. Lenovo ist dem Bau von außergewöhnlich technisierten PCs und mobilen Internetgeräten gewidmet. Das Geschäft beruht auf Produktinnovation, auf einer hoch effizienten globalen Lieferkette und einer starken strategischen Ausrichtung. Das Unternehmen wurde durch den Erwerb der ehemaligen IBM PC-Abteilung durch die Lenovo-Gruppe gegründet und entwickelt, baut und vermarktet zuverlässige hochwertige, sichere und leicht bedienbare Technologieprodukte und Dienste. Zu den Produktlinien gehören die legendären Business-PCs der Think-Reihe und die Unterhaltungs-PCs der Idea-Reihe ebenso wie Server, Workstations und eine Reihe mobiler Internetgeräte, wie Tablet-Computer und Smartphones. Lenovo ist ein globales Fortune 500 Unternehmen und verfügt über Hauptforschungszentren in Yamato (Japan), Peking, Shanghai und Shenzhen (China) sowie in Raleigh, North Carolina (USA). Weitere Informationen finden Sie unter www.lenovo.com.

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