Solid quarter in most business areas Solid quarter with two exceptions, Industrial Equipment margin and cash flow Continued high activity in the global construction sector and within After Sales On route ...
Recovered Construction and After Sales make for a good start of 2018.
Solid finish of a strong 2017. Increased revenues for the Group in the quarter. EBITA margin adj. in Q4 at 13.8%. Significant contribution by the acquired companies to Group order intake and sales
Continued good growth for the Group despite a slower quarter in Construction.
Strong growth in the quarter. Solid order intake, revenue and result. Continued strong performance in Construction Equipment and After Sales. Integration according to plan and significant contribution on order intake and revenues from acquired businesses.
Solid Performance The integration of the acquired businesses progressed according to plan Avanti Wind Systems was consolidated from 1 February 2017 Facade Access Group was consolidated from 1 March 2017 ...
Strong finish of a challenging year. Strong order intake +22%, mainly driven by Construction Equipment. EBIT margin (EBIT adj.) 17.5% (17.8) in line with company expectations.
Investor update presented in connection to the Q4 2016 report.
Avanti Wind Systems A/S (“Avanti”) is the market leader in vertical access solutions for wind turbine towers with a strong global footprint.
Profitable growth in Q3 Operating margin (EBIT adj.) 15.4% (15.2) Increased order intake +6%, driven by Construction Equipment Operating margin (EBIT adj.) for After Sales 32.4% (29.5)
Alimak Group, the vertical access solution company, acquires the leading global BMU (Building Maintenance Unit) provider Facade Access Group for an enterprise value of 120 MAUD (approximately 819 MSEK).
Continued global expansion in challenging business environment. Operating margin (EBIT adj.) of 17.6% (18.8) with improvements in all business areas except Industrial Equipment
Strong sales growth. Successful IPO during the quarter. Alimak also won the largest single order to date for SEK 155 million.