Q1

INTERIM REPORT | JANUARY–MARCH

Net revenues,
MSEK

1,166

Operating margin

13.8%

Profit after net financial items, MSEK

155

Earnings per share, SEK

1.99

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Henrik Perbeck, President and CEO:
“High level of activity at the start of the year, but varying demand among customer segments. Demand for Beijer Alma’s operations has generally remained strong, particularly in Europe and the US.”
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Order bookings fell 10 percent during the quarter compared with the year-earlier period. Net revenues rose 3 percent, with earnings remaining essentially unchanged. Order bookings from industrial customers in the Nordic region, which impact all of our subsidiaries, remained strong.
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The share

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Market capitalization

MSEK 7,473

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2018

2018 was a successful year. Order bookings, net revenues and operating profit increased. Most customer segments and markets displayed growth. All subsidiaries contributed earnings improvements and the operating margin increased. The connection between successful business operations and corporate social responsibility is obvious. Therefor is this year’s Sustainability Report integrated with the Annual Report. Read a summary >

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NewsAll news >

13
May
2019
Press release 13 May 2019
Beijer Alma’s subsidiary Lesjöfors AB has today acquired the shares in Spibelt Beheer B.
06
May
2019
News 06 May 2019
Demand has generally remained strong for Beijer Alma’s operations, particularly in Europe and the US.
03
May
2019
Press release 03 May 2019
Beijer Alma’s subsidiary Beijer Tech entered into an agreement today, through Lundgrens Sverige AB, to acquire the shares of Codan AS in Norway from the Norwegian company Albert E.

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Examples of successful acquisitions

Subsidiaries

Lesjöfors

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Lesjöfors is a global manufacturer of springs, wire and flat strip components. Its range is comprehensive and includes both standard products and customized components. Lesjöfors is the largest spring company in the Nordic region and a leader in Europe. Its technical service and sales are strong competitive advantages, as are its low-cost manufacturing and worldwide delivery capacity. Read more about Lesjöfors >

Habia Cable

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Habia Cable is one of Europe’s largest manufacturers of customized cables and cable harnesses. Many of its products are used in hightech applications in harsh environments. Its cables often have unique properties and are made from high-performance materials to meet various requirements and withstand strain. Read more about Habia Cable >

Beijer Tech

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Beijer Tech specializes in industrial trading and manufacturing. The company sells consumables, components, machinery, service and technical solutions, which are often adapted to specific customer requirements. Beijer Tech represents world-leading manufacturers and has a local presence in 15 locations in the Nordic region. Sweden is the largest market and accounts for about 70 percent of sales. Read more about Beijer Tech >