What is the ticker symbol for Owens-Illinois Common Stock?
Owens-Illinois Common Stock is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "OI". In addition, the Company's common stock also trades on the Boston Stock Exchange, the Cincinnati Stock Exchange, the Mid-West Stock Exchange and the NASD Exchange. Options on the Company's stock are traded on the Chicago Board of Options Exchange.
Does the Company pay a dividend on its Common Stock?
Yes. The company intends to pay a regular quarterly cash dividend to stockholders.
The Board declared a dividend of $0.05 per share which will be paid on September 16, 2019 to shareholders of record on the close of business on August 30, 2019.
The Board anticipates declaring a dividend in future quarters on a regular basis; however, future declarations of dividends are subject to Board approval and may be adjusted based on the Company's results of operations, financial position and cash flow, or as business needs or market conditions change.
Does the Company have a dividend reinvestment plan or a direct stock purchase plan?
How many shares of the Company's Common Stock are outstanding?
The company has 160,124,717 shares of common stock as of December 31, 2018.
Who is the contact for questions regarding accounts or stock inquiries?
Postal correspondence should be mailed to:
P.O. Box 505000
Louisville, KY 40233
Overnight correspondence should be sent to:
462 South 4th Street, Suite 1600
Louisville, KY 40202
Computershare Web site: www.computershare.com/investor
Phone: (781) 575-2724
What is the history of Owens-Illinois?
The oldest corporate ancestor of Owens-Illinois was a glass manufacturing plant founded in 1879 in Glassboro, New Jersey. In 1886, Edward Drummond Libbey moved to Toledo, Ohio, from Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he hired a young inventor named Michael J. Owens. In the early 1900's, with financial backing from Edward Libbey, Michael Owens invented the automatic glass bottle-making machine, and in 1903 the Owens Bottle Machine Company was formed. In 1919, the Owens Bottle Machine Company changed its name to The Owens Bottle Company. In 1929, The Owens Bottle Company, which operated several glass factories, acquired the assets of the Illinois Glass Company, a licensee, and changed its name to Owens-Illinois Glass Company. In the early 1965, recognizing the diverse nature of the Company's operations, our name was changed to Owens-Illinois, Inc. For more information, click here.
What are the relationships between the following companies that are headquartered in Toledo, Ohio, USA - Owens-Illinois, Owens Corning, Libbey-Owens-Ford and Libbey Inc.?
Today, there are no corporate or legal relationships among these companies whatsoever. However, they have common ties in their corporate ancestries. The talent and innovation of the founders of these companies - Michael J. Owens, Edward Ford and Edward Drummond Libbey - revolutionized the glass-making industry in the late nineteenth century and laid the foundation for the four Toledo-based companies, earning Toledo the nickname of "The Glass City."
What is the relationship of Owens-Brockway Glass Container Inc. to Owens-Illinois, Inc.?
Owens-Brockway Glass Container Inc. is an indirect wholly-owned subsidiary of Owens-Illinois, Inc. Owens-Brockway Glass Container Inc. owns all of the Company's worldwide glass container operations. The name "Owens-Brockway" resulted from the 1988 acquisition of Brockway, Inc., a major glass and plastics company in the United States. However, Owens-Illinois (or O-I) is preferred for everyday business use.
How can I obtain a copy of the Owens-Illinois Annual Report, 10-K or other publicly-filed documents?
When is the Company's next Annual Meeting of Share Owners?
The company's next annual Share Owners meeting is May 12, 2020.
Who are the Company's independent auditors?
Ernst & Young LLP
Toledo, Ohio, USA 43604