Interim report | january–december
Net revenues, MSEK
Profit after net financial items, MSEK
Earnings per share, SEK
Strong close despite continued global uncertainty
The fourth quarter was characterized by favorable demand in industry and a clear recovery. Order bookings and sales improved, returning to the previous year’s levels.
Read President and CEO Henrik Perbeck’s comments
Q4 in brief
Thanks to a lower cost base and a favorable product mix, the underlying operating margin was up year-on-year. Cash flow was strong. We have maintained a high level of preparedness in the event of further changes as the uncertainty regarding the consequences of the pandemic remains.
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The AGM will be held on Tuesday, March 23 but will take place through postal voting due to the ongoing pandemic. No physical AGM will be held this year. The company welcomes all shareholders to exercise their voting rights at the AGM by way of advance voting.
Reduced environmental impact and clear social responsibility are the cornerstones of our sustainability work. In tangible terms, this not only means that energy and other resources are used efficiently and that emissions and waste are minimized, but also that the Group adheres to a high level of business ethics and can provide employees with workplaces that feel safe, welcoming and are conducive to personal growth.
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
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