Interim report | january–june
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Continued strong demand and several new acquisitions
Demand remained strong in most customer segments and geographic regions. The high level of activity in the industry has put a strain on supply chains, both in terms of raw materials and components.
Read President and CEO Henrik Perbeck’s comments
Q2 in brief
The Group posted a very strong improvement in order bookings, sales and operating profit. Cash flow remained at a favorable level. Order bookings and sales also increased compared with the first quarter.
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The Q2 interim report was published on Friday, August 20. In conjunction with the publication of the report, President and CEO Henrik Perbeck and CFO Erika Ståhl presented the Group’s results at a telephone conference. The presentation was webcast live and participants were able to ask questions directly by telephone.
Continued strong demand and several new acquisitions
Beijer Alma AB (publ) will publish its interim report for the second quarter 2021 on Friday, August 20, at around 08.00 (CEST). On the same day, at 10.00 (CEST) Beijer Alma will hold a telephone conference. President and CEO Henrik Perbeck and CFO Erika Ståhl will present the result.
Beijer Alma’s subsidiary Lesjöfors has today entered into an agreement to divest 100 percent of its shares in S&P Federnwerk GmbH.
Beijer Alma’s subsidiary Lesjöfors has today acquired 88 percent of the shares in the Alcomex Group. With the transaction, Lesjöfors gains access to new geographies and a new product area, in line with its ambition to build the leading spring, wire and flat strip component group.
Beijer Alma’s subsidiary Beijer Tech has today signed an agreement to acquire 85.6 percent of the shares in Källström Engineering Systems AB (“Källström”) The acquisition is expected to be finalized during the third quarter of 2021.
Increased profitable growth thanks to strong recovery and strict cost control.
Beijer Alma’s subsidiary Habia Cable has been exposed to a data intrusion on Monday. It is limited to Habia Cable and does not affect Beijer Alma’s other subsidiaries.
Beijer Alma AB (publ) will publish its interim report for the first quarter 2021 on Monday, April 26, at around 08.00 (CEST). On the same day, at 10.00 (CEST) Beijer Alma will hold a telephone conference. President and CEO Henrik Perbeck and CFO Erika Ståhl will present the result.
Beijer Alma’s subsidiary Beijer Tech has today acquired 75 percent of the shares in Novosystems AB, Novosystems Östergötland AB and Novosystems Småland AB.
Beijer Alma’s subsidiary Beijer Tech acquired 100 percent of the shares in Noxon AB from MVI today.
Beijer Alma AB (publ) held its Annual General Meeting on March 23, 2021. As a result of the extraordinary situation prevailing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Meeting was carried out by way of advance voting (postal voting), with no physical participation, with the support of temporary statutory requirements. The speeches by the Chairman and the CEO have been published on the company’s website, www.beijeralma.se.
The Beijer Alma’s Anders Wall scholarships are awarded to committed employees who have contributed to improvements within the Group. This year’s scholarship recipients are Dag Borgesen, Project Manager at Norspray A/S, and Liam Tilby, Mechanical and Prototype Engineer at European Springs & Ltd.
The statements by Chairman of the Board Johan Wall, President and CEO Henrik Perbeck and CFO Erika Ståhl are now available (in Swedish) www.beijeralma.se.
The shareholders in Beijer Alma AB (publ) (556229-7480), with its registered office in Uppsala, Sweden, are invited to attend the Annual General Meeting on March 23, 2021.
Strong final quarter despite continued global uncertainty
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Beijer Alma’s largest company, which has grown significantly over the years primarily through international acquisitions. Lesjöfors, which manufactures springs, wire and flat strip components, has been a part of the Group since 1992 and is a full-range supplier that offers both standard products and custom-manufactured components. Lesjöfors is the largest spring manufacture in the Nordic region and a leader in Europe. It is also one of few companies consolidating the industrial springs market via acquisitions. Read more about Lesjöfors
Habia Cable is the Group’s oldest company, acquired in the beginning of the 1980s. The company manufactures custom-designed cables and cable harnesses that often have unique properties. Many of its products are used in high-tech applications in harsh environments, for example with high temperatures or radiation, so many of the cables are made from robust, high-performance materials. Habia Cable is currently one of Europe’s largest manufacturers of custom-designed cables. Read more about Habia Cable
Beijer Tech is our industrial trading operation and has been a part of the Group since 2010. The company focuses on value-generating sales – meaning products and services that strengthen customers’ overall finances, for example, by improving the outcome of a process or the quality of a product, enabling cost savings or reducing environmental impact. In recent years, the share of customized and proprietary products has increased, partly through acquisitions. Read more about Beijer Tech