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© note (illustration purposes only!) Electronics Production | July 13, 2015

Improved operating profit for Note

"It’s pleasing to present an improved first halfyear operating profit of some SEK 10 million", says Peter Laveson, CEO and President.
Financial performance April–June
  • Sales were SEK 279.5 (247.6) million.
  • Operating profit was SEK 11.2 (7.5) million.
  • Operating margin was 4.0% (3.0%).
  • Profit after financial items was 9.2 (7.1) million.
  • Profit after tax was SEK 8.5 (5.7) million, corresponding to SEK 0.29 (0.20) per share.
  • Cash flow after investments was SEK -18.0 (-8.2) million, or SEK -0.62 (-0.28) per share.

Financial performance January–June
  • Sales were SEK 554.8 (480.4) million.
  • Operating profit was 23.1 (13.3) million.
  • Operating margin was 4.2% (2.8%).
  • Profit after financial items was 20.2 (10.9) million.
  • Profit after tax was SEK 17.8 (8.8) million, corresponding to SEK 0.62 (0.31) per share.
  • Cash flow after investments was SEK 3.8 (14.9) million, or SEK 0.13 (0.52) per share.

”We are one of the strongest electronics manufacturers in the Nordics. We continue to progress and remain an agile and responsive business partner for our customers. I’m proud of what we’ve achieved, and it’s pleasing to present an improved operating profit of some SEK 10 million for the first half-year.

Almost all our markets experienced sales growth in the second quarter. We’re also now seeing concrete business opportunities as a result of our extended service offering to the medical sector in Sweden. Our expressed ambition is to increase market share further and strengthen our profitable growth. As part of our growth strategy, we have decided to strengthen the organisation with a Sales Director in our group management team. This position has been assigned to Fredrik Schultz. Fredrik is joining us from sector peer Enics, and will start in mid-August”, says Peter Laveson, CEO and President.

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