Interim report | januari–september
Net revenues, MSEK
Profit after net financial items, MSEK
Earnings per share, SEK
Organic and acquisition-driven growth with favorable profitability
Continued strong demand in most customer segments and geographic regions. The Group reported robust growth, with strong organic order bookings and sales supplemented by additional growth through acquisitions.
Read President and CEO Henrik Perbeck’s comments
Q3 in brief
Operating profit before items affecting comparability reached a record-breaking level, and the margin remained at the same high level as in the first half of the year.
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The Q3 interim report was published on Wednesday, October 27. 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.
Beijer Tech has today acquired the majority of the shares in Swedish Microwave AB, a manufacturer of equipment for satellite communication to the global professional market.
Beijer Alma’s subsidiary Lesjöfors has acquired the assets and operations of Plymouth Spring Company, Inc., a US-based manufacturer of industrial springs. The acquisition is another step in Lesjöfors’s ambition to consolidate the industrial springs market and marks an expansion in the US market where it sees potential for further growth, both organic and through M&A.
The number of votes in Beijer Alma AB has changed as a result of the conversion of a total of 43,200 Class A shares to 43,200 Class B shares. The conversion was conducted with the support of the option for Class A shareholders to request conversion of Class A shares to Class B shares that was entered into the Articles of Association at the 2015 Annual General Meeting.
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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 comprises a group of companies specializing in value-added sales, manufacturing and automation. With a focus on the areas of fluid technology and industrial products, its broad product and service range strengthens its customers’ competitiveness. Through technical expertise and customization, the companies deliver cost-saving solutions that, for example, accelerate product flows and generate efficiency enhancements, environmental improvements and energy savings. Read more about Beijer Tech