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Business Review, 6 May 2022

Componenta’s guidance for 2022 remains unchanged

Componenta expects its net sales from continued operations to be EUR 90–105 million in 2022. EBITDA is expected to improve from the previous year. Net sales from continued operations in 2021 were EUR 87.3 million and EBITDA was EUR 5.0 million.

Potential poor availability of raw materials, increases in the prices of raw materials and energy, the general economic situation and competitive climate, and the development of customers’ sales volumes may affect business outlooks. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the development of sales and profitability involves uncertainties and poor predictability. According to Componenta’s assessment the Group has no significant and immediate risk concentrations related to Russia and Ukraine in customers or suppliers. Componenta has no own operations in Russia or Ukraine. Unfavorable developments in the geopolitical situation in Russia and Ukraine could have an impact on financial markets, sales volumes, the availability and price development of raw materials and energy, and the availability of foreign labour, leading to uncertainty when making future estimates.


Financial Statements Release 1 January–31 December 2021, 4 March 2022

Componenta’s guidance for 2022

Componenta expects its net sales from continued operations to be EUR 90–105 million in 2022. EBITDA is expected to improve from the previous year. Net sales from continued operations in 2021 were EUR 87.3 million and EBITDA was EUR 5.0 million.

Poor availability of raw materials, increases in the prices of raw materials and energy, the general economic situation and competitive climate, and the development of customers’ sales volumes may affect business outlooks. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the development of sales and profitability involves uncertainties and poor predictability. According to Componenta’s assessment the Group has no significant and immediate risk concentrations related to Russia and Ukraine in customers or suppliers. Componenta has no own operations in Russia or Ukraine. Unfavourable developments in the geopolitical situation in Russia and Ukraine could have an impact on financial markets, sales volumes, the availability and price development of raw materials and energy, and the availability of foreign labour, leading to uncertainty when making future estimates.

 

Business Review 2021, 5 November 2021 

Componenta's guidance for 2021  - Componenta raises its net sales guidance

Componenta expects the net sales of continued operations in 2021 to be EUR 85–90 million. EBITDA is expected to improve from the previous year. In 2020, net sales from continued operations were EUR 70 million and EBITDA EUR 3.7 million. 

The potential increase in prices for raw materials, the general economic and competitive situation, and the development of customers’ sales volumes may affect the business outlook. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, future sales and profitability developments are associated with uncertainties and poor visibility.

 

Half-Year Financial Report 2021, 23 July, 2021

Componenta's guidance for 2021  - unchanged

Componenta expects the net sales of continued operations in 2021 to be EUR 70–80 million. EBITDA is expected to improve from the previous year. In 2020, net sales from continued operations were EUR 70.0 million and EBITDA EUR 3.7 million.

The potential increase in prices for raw materials, the general economic and competitive situation, and the development of customers’ sales volumes may affect the business outlook. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, future sales and profitability developments are associated with uncertainties and poor visibility.

 

Financial Statements Release 1 jan - 31 Dec, 2020, 26 Feb 2021

Componenta’s guidance for 2021 

Componenta expects the net sales of continued operations in 2021 to be EUR 70–80 million. EBITDA is expected to improve from the previous year. In 2020, net sales from continued operations were EUR 70 million and EBITDA EUR 3.7 million.

The potential increase in prices for raw materials, the general economic and competitive situation, and the development of customers’ sales volumes may affect the business outlook. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, future sales and profitability developments are associated with uncertainties and poor visibility.