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Before selling or buying Schindler shares on the stock market, we suggest you find out some useful information about the company and its macroeconomic environment. In order to successfully analyse this stock, you need to understand what the company does, who its main competitors are in the market, who its recent partners are and what elements you should include in your fundamental analysis. This is what we suggest you discover in detail here.
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ISIN code: CH0024638212
Ticker: SWX: SCHP
Index or market: SWX

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Elements to consider before investing in this asset

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In particular, the development and diversification of the product portfolio offered by the group will have to be monitored, with the introduction of new products likely to increase turnover.

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Strategic mergers or acquisitions, always with a view to diversifying the offer, will be important elements to take into consideration.

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The Schindler Group's technological innovations and investments in research and development will also be followed closely with the aim of offering ever faster and more efficient products.

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Global demand will also have a direct impact on Schindler's business and therefore global economic growth or recession data will be monitored.

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Schindler's business is also influenced by fluctuating raw material prices and will therefore need to keep an eye on the market.

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Finally, attention should be paid to the competition in the sector and to the major news and information from the main players in the sector.

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Let's take a moment to understand who Schindler is and the business environment in which the company operates with a full presentation of the group and details of its activities and revenue streams.

The Schindler Holding Group is a Swiss company specialising in the field of lift solutions. More specifically, it is currently the world's leading manufacturer of escalators and the second largest manufacturer of lifts.

The group's activities include the sale, installation and renovation of elevator systems such as escalators, lifts, goods lifts and moving walkways.

The company was founded in Switzerland in 1874 and has grown rapidly and is now present in over 100 countries on all continents. Today, Schindler employs more than 60,000 people.

It is also interesting to know the geographical distribution of the Schindler Group's revenues. The Group currently generates 43.8% of its revenues in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, 29% in North and South America and 27.2% in Asia Pacific.

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The major competitors of Schindler

While it is of course important to be familiar with Schindler and its core business and main sources of revenue, it is equally important to know the business and industry environment. In other words, you need to know who Schindler's main competitors are in the industry. While these competitors are actually few in number, their news can influence Schindler's stock. Here are the three main competitors:

Otis Elevator Company

This American company specialises in the manufacture of lifts, a segment in which it is currently the world leader. It also produces escalators under the name Escalator, a segment in which it is the world's number two. The company was founded in 1853 in Yonkers and was subsequently acquired by the United Technologies group in 1976. Jesse W Reno invented the Escalator under a different name before the trademark became a generic term.


This Finnish company, whose name means "machine", is also a company specialising in lifts, escalators and automatic doors. The group employs more than 55,000 people and operates in some 60 countries. Its turnover amounts to several billion euros each year. In addition to its core business, the Kone Group offers installation, maintenance and modernisation services for lifts, escalators and automatic doors for buildings. To carry out its operations, Kone has 8 production units spread over the main world markets and 7 research and development centres. The company's head office is located in the Kone Tower in Espoo, Finland.

ThyssenKrupp AG 

Finally, Schindler's third and last competitor is the ThyssenKrupp Group, which is a German steel group officially created in 1999 as a result of the merger of Friedrich Krupp AG Hoesch-Krupp and Thyssen AG. The company has subsidiaries on different continents and its headquarters are located in Essen and Duisburg. Its former headquarters were in Düsseldorf. ThyssenKrupp currently employs 100,000 people and has a total of six divisions

The major partners of Schindler

As we have just seen, the Schindler Holding Group is currently facing some major competitors in its sector of activity, and is also regularly setting up certain strategic partnerships with other large companies. To better understand the possible impact of this type of alliance, we propose to discover here three recent examples of strategic partnerships:


Recently, at the annual Huawei Connect trade fair in Shanghai, the Chinese IT giant announced a strategic partnership with Schindler. This is one of many vertical strategy alliances in the field of the Internet of Things and the Cloud. The aim of this partnership is to optimise the use of lifts, facilitate their maintenance and also anticipate possible problems. Huawei is thus promoting the Internet of Things with the cloud, i.e. intelligent lifts. It should be remembered that the complexity of lifts requires the installation of numerous sensors, many of which are located only on the doors. Schindler, as a specialist in lifts, escalators and moving walks, is also convinced of this development and has previously signed an agreement with General Electric Digital with the aim of connecting one million lifts, escalators and moving walks to the industrial Internet with the Predix solution, which is a software and analytical platform from General Electric in the cloud.


Another strategic partnership, this time in the automotive sector, was announced at the Geneva Motor Show. A memorandum of understanding was signed between Schindler and the car manufacturer Renault in the context of zero-emission mobility. The two companies have already been partners since 2002, but will now strengthen their collaboration through a new memorandum of understanding signed between Jürgen Tinggren, president of Schindler's lift and escalator division, and Patrick Pélata, deputy managing director of operations at Renault SAS. Schindler is thus showing an interest in purchasing or leasing electric vehicles from the future Renault range. But this partnership will not be limited to a simple manufacturer-customer relationship, as Schindler will be part of a pilot group that will test Renault's first zero-emission vehicles at the end of this year. These tests will help Schindler to better understand the future use of electric vehicles by its customers and thus to adjust its offer for corporate fleets.


Finally, the last important strategic partnership that Schindler has put in place recently is with Microsoft and more specifically with the group's subsidiary BuildingMinds. This subsidiary is a start-up dedicated to the digital management of the real estate sector and will allow Schindler to maintain an entrepreneurial approach by encouraging the stimulation of new ideas through the allocation of time to its employees who can bring their field experience to bear.

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There are two main ways to invest in the Schindler share price. The first is to buy or sell shares with an investment product such as a securities account and the second is to use a derivative product such as a CFD to trade on the price of this stock without actually holding it. This will depend on the strategy you wish to implement and whether your investment horizon is short or long term.

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It is not really possible to know precisely whether Schindler's share price will go up or down. However, you can still perform analyses that will allow you to obtain upward or downward signals with technical analysis, which will be based on the study of the movements and graphic configurations, and fundamental analysis, which will be based on the study of the major news in this sector.

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