SECOND QUARTER 2017
- Sales ended at EUR 119.8 million, with organic growth of 2%. Organic growth slowed in the quarter due to the Easter holiday and the resulting decrease in working days as well as lack of jobs from a normal winter or heavy rainfalls.
- The backlog at the end of the period was on a level with last year. Order intake in the quarter was 12% below last year due to the previous year’s high job inflow after heavy rains in late May and June in central Europe.
- Adjusted EBITA amounted to EUR 6.5 million (6.3).
- Operating profit before amortization (EBITA) was EUR 5.6 million (6.2). Items affecting comparability were booked in an amount of EUR 0.9 million (0.1) in the quarter.
JANUARY - JUNE 2017
- Sales growth for the period was 11%, including strong growth of 21% in the first quarter. The second quarter showed lower growth due to a lack of major events and the fact that Easter occurred in April this year. Organic growth excluding currency effects was 12%.
- Adjusted EBITA amounted to EUR 14.9 million (12.5), an increase of 19%. Earnings have improved in most countries except for the Nordics, where activity has been lower than usual.
- Operating profit before amortization (EBITA) was EUR 14.0 million (12.1). Items affecting comparability were booked in an amount of EUR 1.0 million (0.5) in the first half of the year.
- Cash flow from operating activities was EUR 8.4 million (7.3). The liquidity buffer amounted to EUR 40.3 million (Dec. 2016: 46.4).
- The roll-out of the new field force system is continuing according to plan. Over 50% of the users are now performing jobs in the new system.
- Polygon Sweden finalized the acquisition of Villaklimat OBM AB at the end of the first quarter.
- The Board of Directors was further strengthened in February with the appointment of Nadia Meier-Kirner.
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