© Electronics Production | January 31, 2013

Increase over the year for Mydata

Micronic Mydata saw some weaker order intake during the forth quarter compared to the same period 2011, but an increase in both order intake and sales over the entire year.

Fourth quarter October-December, 2012
  • Order intake was EUR 26.6 (32.1) million
  • Net sales were EUR 55.8 (42.8) million
  • EBIT was EUR 13.8 (-1.6) million and adjusted for one-time costs of EUR 0.9 million it was EUR 14.7 (-1.6) million
Full year, 2012
  • Order intake was EUR 148.7 (141) million
  • Net sales were EUR 157.3 (139.2) million
  • EBIT was EUR -2.4 (-7.6) million, and adjusted for one-time costs of EUR 14.8 million it was EUR 12.4 (-7.6) million
Outlook The company’s assessment is that sales in 2013 will reach approximately the same level as 2012. Lars Josefsson, President and CEO, comments on 2012; Micronic Mydata acts in the electronics industry, with a long-term growth of five percent each year. New products with even higher requirements are being launched at an increasingly fast pace. Our technology enables this trend in many ways. The SMT business area continued to develop well. Even in a somewhat weaker global market for surface mount equipment, we were still successful with both the MY100e series and the MY500 jet printer and we gained market shares.
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